Machine Learning for Dummies

Machine Learning for Dummies

Thanks to this centuries’ big data hype, machine learning has quickly become one of the most up and coming academic disciplines in today’s society. The…

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PUZZLE NEKST 1 2017-2018

PUZZLE NEKST 1 2017-2018

After a long Fall, keeping up your social life, relaxing and lying in the sun, it is again time to flex you brains. For this…

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PUZZLE NEKST 4 2016-2017

PUZZLE NEKST 4 2016-2017

With the exams in our rear-view mirrors, our minds could do with a little something to freshen up our reasoning and get the creativity flowing…

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PUZZLE NEKST 3 2016-2017

PUZZLE NEKST 3 2016-2017

After the winter and with spring well on its way, Nekst provides the perfect opportunity to awaken your hibernating brain. Can you crack this puzzle?…

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PUZZLE NEKST 2 2016-2017

PUZZLE NEKST 2 2016-2017

There is nothing like winter. Gorgeous nature, an abundance of family holidays and plenty of time to huddle up by the fireplace and enjoy Nekst!…

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Hit the Ground running

Hit the Ground running

Dolf Talman is professor of Game Theory and Equilibrium Programming at Tilburg University (TiSEM) and CentER. His expertise is the development, to prove existence and…

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Looking for free data?

Looking for free data?

Marcel Das is the director of CentERdata and professor of Econometrics and Data Collection at the department of Econometrics and OR. In my previous column…

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A life of Econometrics

A life of Econometrics

Dolf Talman is professor of Game Theory and Equilibrium Programming at Tilburg University (TiSEM) and CentER. His expertise is the development, to prove existence and…

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The enormous potential of econometrics

The enormous potential of econometrics

Marcel Das is the director of CentERdata and professor of Econometrics and Data Collection at the department of Econometrics and OR. A new academic year,…

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People’s (Bad) Investment Behavior

People’s (Bad) Investment Behavior

Servaas van Bilsen is assistant professor of actuarial science and mathematical finance at Tilburg University (NETSPAR) and the University of Amsterdam. His research interests include…

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