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Understanding Word Embedding Arithmetic: Why there’s no single answer to “King - Man + Woman = ?”

May 8, 2020 |

Representing words in a numerical format has been a challenging and important first step in building any kind of Machine Learning (ML) system for processing natural language, be it for modelling social media sentiment, classifying emails, recognizing names inside documents, or translating sentences into other languages. Machine Learning models can ...
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Pattern-Matching Callbacks in Dash

April 27, 2020 |

📌 Learn about this feature in a special live webinar and AMA on May 7, 2020 at 1pm EDT with Plotly’s CTO and cofounder, Alex Johnson. Written by: Alex Johnson, Plotly CTO Before we start, I’d like to thank codefour for generously sponsoring this open-source feature and providing excellent feedback throughout ...
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Introducing Dash Bio for R

September 23, 2019 |

Dash and the R programming language offer innovative avenues for bioinformaticians, pharmaceutical developers, and researchers to synergistically analyze, visualize, and present data within an interactive web application. Plotly’s Dash Bio package makes it easier than ever to build bioinformatics and drug discovery applications with Dash.The NCBI Database Explorer ...
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R comes to oil + gas

September 10, 2019 |

Tools capable of producing rich analytic reports and data visualizations are a valuable resource for decision makers in any field. Dash is an open-sourced based framework for building dynamic web applications that seamlessly integrates interactive graphics and tabular data summaries, serving as a catalyst for data-driven decision-making. Several features of ...
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Modern reporting for R with Dash

August 19, 2019 |

Creating an effective, informative, and aesthetically appealing report to showcase your data can be tedious: it’s often difficult to display your data and your plots together in an uncluttered manner, and even harder to implement interactivity between the individual elements. Dash for R facilitates this task, providing an intuitive ...
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Dash has gone full R

July 30, 2019 |

This is a reblog from the “Announcing Dash for R” announcement originally published July 10. Dash, the fastest growing framework for building analytic web applications on top of Python models, is now available for the R programming language. Installation | Documentation | GitHub | Gallery Dash was released in 2017 as the latest evolution in ...
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7 Interactive Bioinformatics Plots made in Python and R

October 16, 2017 |

Plotly serves a large bioinformatics and biostats research community. These users leverage the uniquely interactive features of plotly charts for dendrograms, heatmaps, volcano plots, and other visualizations common in this field. Here are 7 resources in Python and R created by plotly bioinformatics and biostats researchers. 1. Jupyter notebook: Visualizing bioinformatics data ... [Read more...]

Building rich analytic web apps has never been easier

September 13, 2017 |

We’re entering a golden age of the “analytics developer.” Cutting edge companies like AirBnB, Apple, and S&P are no longer buying off-the-shelf BI software. Instead, they build their own targeted BI platforms that succeed where traditional Big BI falls flat: Agility, collaboration, browser experience, and web-based data visualization. ... [Read more...]

Upgrading to plotly 4.0 (and above)

September 26, 2016 |

By Carson Sievert, lead Plotly R developer I’m excited to announce that plotly’s R package just sent its first CRAN update in nearly four months. To install the update, run install.packages("plotly"). This update has breaking changes, enables new features, fixes numerous bugs, and takes us from ... [Read more...]

6 Machine Learning Visualizations made in Python and R

December 22, 2015 |

These 6 visualizations were created in Plotly between 2014 and 2016 and are in some way related to machine learning. They were created using Plotly’s free and open-source graphing libraries for Python and R. 1. machine learning classifier comparison Made in Python by Étienne Tétreault-Pinard View the interactive version 2. COUNRIES WHERE AI ... [Read more...]

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