Articles by Vincent D. Warmerdam

Sparling Water for Spark(R)

April 22, 2016 | Vincent D. Warmerdam

Update: this blogpost seems to be obsolete now and that's a good thing. I've kept the rest of the blopost intact for historical reasons. SparkR offers R users to do data wrangling on bigger chunks of data. The machine learning algorithms that are supported are a bit modest (only linear ... [Read more...]

GG Periodic Highlight

March 6, 2016 | Vincent D. Warmerdam

Sometimes you'll to confirm if a timeseries pattern is influenced by the day of the week. Weekends are a prime example for when usually online behavior is different. This document will explain a method of communicating this visually. library(ggplot2) library(dplyr) Let's first generate some data which has a ... [Read more...]

H2o encoders starter

January 26, 2016 | Vincent D. Warmerdam

This document contains a startup script for H2O in R. It is a silly example (why would anybody want to train a deep encoder on the iris dataset) but it helps people get started. This setup is meant for local use, not for cluster setup. Just copy the code ... [Read more...]

Via Plumbr, R can haz Flask

July 31, 2015 | Vincent D. Warmerdam

Turning a simple machine learning model in R into an api just became a whole lot easier. Embarrisingly easy actually, thanks to a lovely package called plumber. Install Assuming that you have devtools installed, all you need to do is type the following: library(devtools) install_github("trestletech/plumber") library(... [Read more...]

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