A little note to myself on “why graph models” for data science.
Machine learning is dominated by statistical models. And that’s for a good reason, they perform quite well. Amazingly well, to be honest.
Graph models don’t get much attention, except maybe in the Neo4j community and for fraud detection. Here are 3 points where they shine over statistical models.
1 — It’s difficult for a statistical model to use signals with a small sample. …
CRUD is a very well known acronym for software. It stands for Create, Read, Update, and Delete and they are the basic operations you need in any system that stores data.
When talking about user-interface, the “read” part is usually broken in two: list the records, and show a detailed view of each one. As far as I know, Rails popularized that convention, and several frameworks have adopted it.
So, this is a note for me, but it might be useful for others: let’s use “CUDLS” (cuddles?) as an acronym for that interface operations and let “CRUD” stand for the storage operations.
Spacemacs has what we love from VI, but with batteries included and with sane defaults.
The idea here is to show some concepts to help understand why a lot of people like Spacemacs and VI editing style. Then give you some helpful commands to play with.
So, here are the two concepts to understand why we ❤️ Spacemacs: