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Here, you can find my academic publications, fun projects I’ve tried, stuff I’d like people to care about, some random musings and notes on my favourite things.
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I’m a doctoral student in Business Analytics and Statistics department at the Haslam College of Business, the University of Tennessee, advised by Prof ChuanRen Liu. Alongside my studies, for over a year now, I’ve been delving into the world of forecasting with the Strategic Planning and Modelling team at HP Inc.
My academic journey began with a BA and MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Indore, advised by Prof Pritam Ranjan, graduated in April 2021. During this time, I had the opportunity to be an ERASMUS+ scholar at the University of Latvia for a semester. Sainik School Tilaiya made me who I am.
When I’m not neck-deep in data, you’ll often find me writing. Or lost in the wonderful world of books. For a good adrenaline rush, I love participating in adventure sports. And nothing lifts my spirits like a good Calvin and Hobbes comic! Music is my constant companion, thanks to Spotify. You might enjoy my curation of Classical Hindi Music, it’s quite a hit on Spotify.
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Blizzard of Random Thoughts
My 10-Day Escape into Nature's Embrace: A Camping Journey to Moab
From dry deserts to panoramic mountain vistas, I experienced the unique blend of adventure, history, and tranquility in this 10-day trip through vibrant canvas of the United States.Read more
Up Your Blogging Game: Three Enhancements to Hugo Apero
This post provides a detailed guide to customizing the Hugo Apero template, focusing on changing themes, adding a search bar, and altering fonts for a truly personalized blogging experience.Read more
Comparing two BIG data frames in Pandas
I needed to compare two data frames with over five million rows. I asked ChatGPT for help. I ended up learning about SHA-256 and hashes.Read more
A Project Portfolio To Grow
Predicting Race, Age and Gender from Face: A Small-sample Example with Encoding
Using Variational Autoencoders on FairFace dataset of 108,501 facial images, we projected images into latent dimension. Using transfer learning, we applied convolutional neural networks to classify race, age and gender.Read more
Crafting Conversations with GPT Personalities in Python
Building a customizable chatbot that brings unique characters to lifeRead more
Supply Chain Analytics at HP Inc.
Forecasting Global Print Demand Using Machine LearningRead more
Talks & Presentations
CK Cafe: Using Association Rules to Find Basket of Goods
In this lab session, I share how to use apriori algorithm for association mining. The goal is to find useful causal and association rules which can help in designing promotions for the company. Plus, you get to see what’s served at an Indian cafe.Read more
A Gentle Introduction to using Support Vector Machines for Classification
Support vector machines (SVM) are remarkable for the unification of geometric theory, elegant mathematics, theoretical guarantees with strong practical use cases. In this blog post, I demonstrate certain properties of SVM and how to use them with caret package in R.Read more
Using GitHub with RStudio
Introduction to using Git & GitHub with RStudio for MS (Business Analytics) Class of Fall 2022Read more
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