A cocktail's nearest neighbors

APPEARANCES CAN BE DECEIVING
Why You Should Almost Never Use “is” in Python
When you first start to use Python, it’s really tempting to use “is” rather than “==.” But doing so will almost always lead to a whole lot of headaches. -* Lerner Consulting Blog*

VISUAL PERSON
Meet Amanda Cox, Who Brings Life to Data on Our Pages
If you admire The New York Times’ visualizations, check out this profile of one of The Upshot’s founding members. - The New York Times

BOTTOMS UP
Cocktail Similarity
Thanks to a difference algorithm, you now have the perfect guide for figuring out your minimum-viable at-home bar setup. - Tom MacWright

QUIET AS A MOUSE?
AI Interprets What Rodents Are Saying
With a deep learning-based system for detection and analysis of rodent vocalizations, researchers can better understand their test subjects. And it’s adorably named “DeepSqueak.” - Psychology Today

SCORE ONE FOR SQL
Comparing Python and SQL for Building Data Pipelines
“Just because Python could do the job doesn’t mean it should.” - Towards Data Science

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