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How to start writing Data Science blogs?

  • When we think about blogging, most of us are overwhelmed with the thought of writing perfect articles that can fetch views, not having enough knowledge on your part, lack of consistency or finding the right audience.
  • In 2017, I was learning the concepts of User Experience Design and came across this platform called Medium where I could find a plethora of articles across any topic I could think of in technology and personal development — from cryptocurrency to leadership, math to psychedelics, Medium was my place!
  • When you write, you are established as someone who knows something in data science, maybe not an expert but people reading your blogs will associate you with what you write.
  • A UX Designer from Germany reached out to me on Twitter reading a blog of mine on and he wanted to know if I would be interested in writing paid articles for their blog.

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How to start writing Data Science blogs?

  • When we think about blogging, most of us are overwhelmed with the thought of writing perfect articles that can fetch views, not having enough knowledge on your part, lack of consistency or finding the right audience.
  • In 2017, I was learning the concepts of User Experience Design and came across this platform called Medium where I could find a plethora of articles across any topic I could think of in technology and personal development — from cryptocurrency to leadership, math to psychedelics, Medium was my place!
  • When you write, you are established as someone who knows something in data science, maybe not an expert but people reading your blogs will associate you with what you write.
  • A UX Designer from Germany reached out to me on Twitter reading a blog of mine on and he wanted to know if I would be interested in writing paid articles for their blog.

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How to start writing Data Science blogs?

  • When we think about blogging, most of us are overwhelmed with the thought of writing perfect articles that can fetch views, not having enough knowledge on your part, lack of consistency or finding the right audience.
  • In 2017, I was learning the concepts of User Experience Design and came across this platform called Medium where I could find a plethora of articles across any topic I could think of in technology and personal development — from cryptocurrency to leadership, math to psychedelics, Medium was my place!
  • When you write, you are established as someone who knows something in data science, maybe not an expert but people reading your blogs will associate you with what you write.
  • A UX Designer from Germany reached out to me on Twitter reading a blog of mine on and he wanted to know if I would be interested in writing paid articles for their blog.

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11 Tips for You from My Data Science Journey

  • I have done blogging on a personal website made with Squarespace, blogging here on Medium (of course), made Youtube videos, and shared visualizations and what I was doing on Twitter and Linkedin.
  • If your time is limited to an hour a day like mine was, you can’t master Python, R, SQL, statistics, machine learning, data visualization, AI, and the ability to effectively communicate any of the above.
  • So this one project allowed me to solve my problem at work with data science and resulted in a blog post to increase my exposer to the public.
  • Send me a direct message on Twitter mentioning that you found me through this blog post and we can set up a time.

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11 Tips for You from My Data Science Journey

  • I have done blogging on a personal website made with Squarespace, blogging here on Medium (of course), made Youtube videos, and shared visualizations and what I was doing on Twitter and Linkedin.
  • If your time is limited to an hour a day like mine was, you can’t master Python, R, SQL, statistics, machine learning, data visualization, AI, and the ability to effectively communicate any of the above.
  • So this one project allowed me to solve my problem at work with data science and resulted in a blog post to increase my exposer to the public.
  • Send me a direct message on Twitter mentioning that you found me through this blog post and we can set up a time.

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11 Tips for You from My Data Science Journey

  • I have done blogging on a personal website made with Squarespace, blogging here on Medium (of course), made Youtube videos, and shared visualizations and what I was doing on Twitter and Linkedin.
  • If your time is limited to an hour a day like mine was, you can’t master Python, R, SQL, statistics, machine learning, data visualization, AI, and the ability to effectively communicate any of the above.
  • So this one project allowed me to solve my problem at work with data science and resulted in a blog post to increase my exposer to the public.
  • Send me a direct message on Twitter mentioning that you found me through this blog post and we can set up a time.

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Infinite Steps CartPole Problem With Variable Reward

  • As we can see in the blog, the fixed reward of +1 was used for all the stable states and when the CartPole loses its balance, a reward of 0 was given.
  • We ended the blog suggesting a remark: the maximum number of steps (which we defined 200) and the fixed reward may have led to such behavior.
  • Today, let’s not limit the number of steps and modify the reward and see how the CartPole behaves.
  • The CartPole problem is considered to be solved when the average reward is greater than or equal to 195.0 over 100 consecutive trials.
  • Thanks to its definition, it makes sense to keep a fixed reward of 1.0 for every balance state and limit the maximum number of steps to 200.
  • Here, the reward becomes zero only when both of the expressions (pole angle and cart position) reach the extreme values.

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