Rithwik Chhugani

I am a final year Data Science student with good experience in working with startups across India and Australia in the Machine Learning and AI space. I am always in search of tasks that challenge me to broaden my vision and enhance the level of experience. Looking for a full-time position after my graduation in April 2021. Hit me up if you have an opportunity for me.
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Guide To MitoSheets: Harnessing Power Of Spreadsheets In Python

The simple concept of MitoSheets is to equip you with spreadsheet functionality in python. It may sound a bit different, but it has a lot

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Understanding Dockers From Scratch: A Beginners Guide

Data scientists and researchers actively look for new and better algorithms to solve existing problems. All the algorithms are mathematically and computationally heavy and have

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Maclaurin & Taylor Series: Simplifying Complex Functions To Polynomials

In this article, we will see how the Taylor series can help us simplify functions like cos(θ) into polynomials for ease of computation.  The above-given

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Benford’s Law: A Cloak-and-Dagger tool for Data Scientists

Benford’s law, often known as Newcomb-Benford law, is an observation about the frequency distribution of leading digits of unconstrained numeric data in the real world.

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An Overview of Autocorrelation, Seasonality and Stationarity in Time Series Data

For years we have been generating data and it is subject to change as time passes. It becomes very important for researchers to pay attention

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Most Used Loss Functions To Optimize Machine Learning Algorithms

This article gives us a brief overview of the most used loss functions to optimize machine learning algorithms. We all use machine learning algorithms to

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Embedding PowerBI Dashboard In A Streamlit Web App & Deploying On Heroku

In this article, I have tried to integrate some of the great tools and libraries into a Streamlit Web App. It’s always good to deploy

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Visualizations With SandDance Using Visual Studio Code

In the past we have seen many visualization tools like PowerBI, Tableau, Salesforce, Splunk, etc. and lots of libraries like matplotlib, plotly, ggplot, bamboolib, etc.,