I was pretty spent when I finally made it back to the Chicago area late last Friday from my trip to Boston.

Sitting through the seemingly inevitable three hour delay at Logan does that to me. But, truth be told, I was tired even in the taxi ride to the airport following completion of the intense two day seminar Statistical Learning and Data Mining III, taught by Stanford Statistics professors Trevor Hastie and Robert Tibshirani. I had sprinted with the instructors on the fast-paced seminar and was proud I kept up till almost the very end. Exhausting.

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