Hands-On Supply Chain with Machine Learning

I recently finished the third course in MIT’s Supply Chain MicroMasters program, Supply Chain Design, hosted on their EdX platform. I scored an 86% on the final exam with an overall grade of ‘B’ for the class (which I expect will end up being average). Considering time constraints with work (especially working in supply chain … [Read more…]

Udacity’s Secret Ingredient: Positivity, Support and Encouragement

Last week, I finished the 6 course Data Analyst Nanodegree offered by Sabastian Thrun’s Udacity Inc. Even with an above average number of academic credentials behind me, I will venture to say that this was the best educational endeavor I’ve been through yet. When I worked through my undergrad and graduate degrees in economics, I … [Read more…]

Worksheet for Udacity’s Intro Statistics Courses

I’ve created an ‘in-progress’ google spreadsheet for a lot of the exercises and examples in Udacity’s Intro Statistics courses (Intro to Descriptive Statistics & Intro to Statistical Inference) — link is below. When I used to teach finance, I taught class with spreadsheets like this one rather than with powerpoint. Preparing this kind of document … [Read more…]