Monthly Archives: May 2017

Detailed plans for my GSoC project

As I write a weekly blog describing my weekly Google summer of code progress, I realized that I haven’t yet presented the high level idea behind the project. So I will paste below some excerpts from the original project proposal … Continue reading

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GSOC: Community Bonding week 3

I worked on finalizing the Data loading process this week which is a large stepping stone for further development. What I did this week: Fully implemented the capabilities of OffLineDataProvider class which reads EEG data from Hadoop but then processes … Continue reading

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How get into top 30% of House Prices: Advanced Regression Kaggle competition with 50 lines of code

This will be a quick guide on a very easy way to do machine learning competitions. This approach is very general and easily applicable to other competitions. I just want to make it clear that using this approach you will … Continue reading

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How to run Spark Jobs/Workflows using Oozie on Apache Hue and Cloudera Quickstart

To run a Spark job correctly there are a few strange mistakes a first-time user can make. This will be a simple guide on what to take into consideration when building your Oozie workflow involving an Apache Spark job. Let’s … Continue reading

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Quick Keras (with TensorFlow backend) installation on Macbook Pro using conda

1. Prerequisites You should have an Anaconda package manager (in this case I used python 3.4)To install tensorflow conda install -c conda-forge tensorflow 2. Check that tensorflow was installed Start a python session with python and check that tensorflow is … Continue reading

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GSOC: Community Bonding week 2

I had a bit off extra time this week and did more than I expected/planned to do this week. But these advancement are crucial and hopefully I’ll slow it down a bit during the week of final exams at my … Continue reading

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GSOC: Community Bonding week 1

As the official coding period starts on 30th May 2017, this week was all about preparing the ground for future work. What I did this week: Analyzed the EEG application we are trying to implement using distributed processing tools (Apache … Continue reading

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