Hi there! Welcome to my digital garden.
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.
Recently, I started a weekly curated newsletter on data science and R: “Next — Today I Learned About R”. It’s been loved by more than a hundred learners so far.
I am currently a doctoral student of Business Analytics and Statistics at the Haslam College of Business, the University of Tennessee, under the supervision of Prof Sean Willems.
Previously I earned my BA and MBA from IIM Indore in April 2021. I was also an ERASMUS+ scholar at the University of Latvia between Feb-Jun 2019. I completed my schooling at Sainik School Tilaiya in 2016.
I enjoy programming, especially #rstats. In my free time, I read books, participate in adventure sports, and lift my spirits with Calvin and Hobbes. Spotify has boosted how much I listen to music; my playlist of Classical Hindi Music is popular on Spotify.
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Blizzard of Random Thoughts
Planning Cities with People
Height of the building determines the sunlight exposure, chess-block organisation helps with high-rise congestion and how zoning laws are hurting Americans.Read more
Chitta-vritis: Exploring the Depths of Consciousness
In his Yoga Sutras, Patanjali teaches about the chitta-vritis, or mental fluctuations, and offers timeless tips on how to cultivate inner peace and clarity. Through the chitta-vritis of pramana, smriti, nidra, vikalpa, and viparyaya, Patanjali offers insights into the workings of the mind and how we can cultivate greater awareness and understanding of our own mental processes.Read more
I wonder how this AI thing is going to shape up
Revolutionary changes are cyclical. First was agriculture. More recent one was the growth of industries, powered by pooling. It looks like AI is the latest one.Read more
A Project Portfolio To Grow
Supply Chain Analytics at HP Inc.
Forecasting Global Print Demand Using Machine LearningRead more
Joint Probability-based Dissimilarity Measure for Discrete Variables
A Simple Method to Calculate Distance between Discrete VariableRead more
garlic: Some R Functions I Use Rather Frequently
My personal R package for custom functionsRead 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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