Articles by recurrentnull

Deep Learning with Keras – using R (talk)

November 11, 2017 | recurrentnull

This week in Kassel, [R]Kenntnistage 2017 took place, organised by EODA. It was all about Data Science (with R, mostly, as you could guess): Speakers presented interesting applications in industry, manufacturing, ecology, journalism and other fields, including use cases such as predictive maintenance, forecasting and risk analysis. I had the ... [Read more...]

Time series shootout: ARIMA vs. LSTM (talk)

October 7, 2017 | recurrentnull

Yesterday, the Munich datageeks Data Day took place. It was a totally fun event – great to see how much is going on, data-science-wise, in and around Munich, and how many people are interested in the topic! (By the way, I think that more than half the talks were about deep ... [Read more...]

Automatic Crack Detection – with Deep Learning

September 23, 2017 | recurrentnull

On Friday at DOAG Big Data Days, I presented one possible application of deep learning: using deep learning for automatic crack detection – with some background theory, a Keras model trained from scratch, and the use of VGG16 pretrained on Imagenet. The amount of input data really was minimal, and the ...
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Time series prediction – with deep learning

May 26, 2017 | recurrentnull

More and more often, and in more and more different areas, deep learning is making its appearance in the world around us. Many small and medium businesses, however, will probably still think – Deep Learning, that’s for Google, Facebook & co., for the guys with big data and even bigger computing ...
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R 4 hackers

March 20, 2017 | recurrentnull

Yesterday at Trivadis Tech Event, I talked about R for Hackers. It was the first session slot on Sunday morning, it was a crazy, nerdy topic, and yet there were, like, 30 people attending! An emphatic thank you to everyone who came! R a crazy, nerdy topic, – why that, you’ll ...
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R for SQListas (3): Classifying Digits with TensorFlow

December 16, 2016 | recurrentnull

Yesterday at PASS Meetup Munich, I talked about R for SQListas – thanks again for your interest and attention guys, it was a very nice evening! Actually, in addition to the content from that original presentation, which I’ve also covered in two recent blog posts (R for SQListas(1): Welcome to ... [Read more...]

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