Back in September 2016 I implemented the ClusterR package. One of the algorithms included in ClusterR was the ‘Partition Around Medoids’ (Cluster_Medoids) algorithm which was based on the paper “Anja...continue reading.
Author: Mouselimis Lampros
In this blog post I’ll explain the functionality of the PlanetNICFI R package based on a change detection use case. The official website of NICFI (Norway’s International Climate and Forest...continue reading.
In this blog post I’ll explain how to use the CopernicusDEM R package based on a use case of the Movebank animal tracking data. I picked animal tracking data because...continue reading.
This blog post explains the functionality of the fitbitViz R package. If you own any of the Fitbit activity trackers you can take advantage of this package to visualize your...continue reading.
In this blog post, I’ll explain how to perform Language Identification with the fastText R package and I’ll create a benchmark by including other language identification R packages, i.e. cld2,...continue reading.
In this blog post, I’ll explain the new functionality of the OpenImageR package, SLIC and SLICO superpixels (Simple Linear Iterative Clustering) and their applicability based on an IJSR article. The...continue reading.
This blog post illustrates the new functionality of the OpenImageR package (Gabor Feature Extraction). The Gabor features have been used extensively in image analysis and processing (Character and Face recognition)....continue reading.
In this blog post, I’ll explain how someone can take advantage of Singularity to make R or Python packages available as an image file to users. This is a necessity...continue reading.
I recently released an (other one) R package on CRAN – fuzzywuzzyR – which ports the fuzzywuzzy python library in R. “fuzzywuzzy does fuzzy string matching by using the Levenshtein...continue reading.