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Jesse Pisel PhD, P.Geo, Data Scientist

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I build and teach machine learning systems. My teams are currently researching applications of generative networks for denoising, reinforcement learning for charging station placement, matrix factorization, neural architecture search, transformers and other data science projects. Specialties include: geospatial data analysis, visualization, modeling, statistical modeling, remote sensing and signal processing.

I contribute to open source as often as I can and encourage all my students to contribute as well.

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2021 FRI Fellows 2020 FRI Fellows matrix factorization stratal-geometries critical and strategic


5minutesofpython energyanalytics

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  1. some python notebooks for fun

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  2. material for the FRI Energy Analytics stream

    Jupyter Notebook 17 4

  3. scrapes and classifies documents scraped from the NMOCD

    Jupyter Notebook 6 2

  4. Python code that scrapes well log data from the COGCC

    Jupyter Notebook 5 2

  5. Python script for scraping and some basic statistics

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  6. A repository for FRI Energy Analytics fellows

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457 contributions in the last year

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November 2021

Created 41 commits in 1 repository
Created 1 repository
Opened 8 pull requests in 1 repository
jessepisel/30daymapchallenge_21 8 merged
12 contributions in private repositories Nov 1 – Nov 18

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