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Using Microsoft’s Azure Face API to analyze videos (in R)

December 12, 2017
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Using Microsoft’s Azure Face API to analyze videos (in R)

Microsoft had a cool API called “Emotion API”. With it you could submit a URL of a video, and the API would return a json file with the faces and emotions expressed in the video (per frame). However, that API never matured from preview mode, and in fact was deprecated on October 30th 2017 (it … Continue reading Using...

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Shinydashboards from right to left (localizing a shinydashboard to Hebrew)

August 14, 2017
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Post by Adi Sarid (Sarid Institute for Research Services LTD.) Lately I’ve been working a lot with the shinydashboard library. Like shiny, it allows any R programmer to harness the power of R and create professional looking interactive apps. The thing about shinydashboards is that it makes wonderfully looking dashboards. What I’ve been doing with the dashboards … Continue reading Shinydashboards...

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HebRew (using Hebrew in R)

August 1, 2017
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Adi Sarid (Tel Aviv university and Sarid Research Institute LTD.) July-2017 Background A while back I participated in an R workshop, in the annual convention of the Israeli Association for Statistics. I had the pleasure of talking with Tal Galili and Jonathan Rosenblatt which indicated that a lot of Israeli R users run into difficulties … Continue reading HebRew...

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