My name is Jabus Tyerman. Currently I’m the Chief Cook and Bottle Washer at Delv Bio. Delv is my data science consulting company, established in 2017 and re-branded (as Delv) in 2018. On occasion, I blog on this site.
For Engineering mode activities, most outcomes look like success. For Discovery mode activities, most outcomes look like failure.
By Jabus Tyerman (email: email@example.com) A post by Mark Perry about U-Haul truck rental prices suggested that so many people were moving away from San Jose, CA that it was causing shortages of U-Haul rental trucks in San Jose. In response to high demand for rental trucks, U-Haul was adjusting one-way truck rental prices for leaving San […]
Are you looking for a lowest-cost approach to data science? We’re probably not a good fit.
With the hype of deep learning neural nets, and machine learning algorithms, it’s easy to forget that most of the work in data science involves accessing and preparing data for analysis. Indeed, not all data is Kaggle-ready. The reality is: data is often far from perfect. Do your consultant (and budget) a favor and follow […]
I will be attending ODSC West Nov 2-4 in San Francisco. Looking forward to meeting people & great discussions! Let me know if you’re attending!
12. Schmerer, M., I. Molineux, D. Ally, J. Tyerman, N. Cecchini, & J. Bull, 2014. Challenges in predicting the evolutionary maintenance of a phage transgene. J Biol Eng 8:21p 11. Tyerman, J., J. Ponciano, P. Joyce, L. Forney, L. Harmon, 2013. The evolution of antibiotic susceptibility and resistance during the formation of Escherichia coli […]
Originally published July 22, 2016 (github -> https://github.com/jabus/givR) How do you audit the objects in your R data analysis pipeline? Given a dataframe object and a series of piped operations, (how) can you observe the intermediate objects that result from each operation in the pipeline? First, prepare your analysis environment by loading some useful libraries: […]