Caching is really useful but can be a bit of a pain to set up when you’re also using blueprints in your Flask App.

• ## Math Notes: Simple Linear Regression

Simple linear regression is the process of identifying the linear function (non-vertical straight line) which best describes the relationship between one independent and one dependent variable.

• ## Math Notes: Factorising Quadratics

Factorising an equation is the reverse procedure to expanding brackets. It’s GCSE level math and is definitely something most people who use math on a regular basis should be able to do.

• ## Math Notes: A Short Intro To Differentiation

Differentiation is the process of computing the gradient (derivative) of an arbitrary function and can be used in many simple cases to minimise a function describing the loss (error) of our model.

• ## Math Notes: Notes On Notation

Sometimes mathematical notation can seem a bit opaque, to the point where the mathematical notation used in a paper is usually noted at the beginning of the text. These are the relevant ones for the math I’ve used.

• ## Machine Learning Notes: Model Selection and Evaluation

In order to effectively evaluate our models we need something to evaluate them with. To achieve this we split our data into three groups: Training, Validation and Evaluation…

• ## Math Notes: The Types and Uses of Variables

If it can take on different values, it’s a variable. They come in a variety of flavours and are extremely important in experimental design.

• ## Fix For Broken Virtualenv Symlinks

A very small chunk of Bash to fix broken virtualenv symlinks.

• ## Using Google Fonts With WeasyPrint - Two Ways

There are two ways to add non-standard fonts to WeasyPrint pdfs: the ‘normal’ css way: by installing a local copy and using `@font-face` or by adding the remote stylesheet to your stylesheet list when calling `write_pdf()`.

• ## Math Notes: The Confusion Matrix

A confusion matrix is a simple way to visually present the accuracy of a classification algorithm.

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