Visualization, Data Science, and Biology
lime v0.4: The kitten picture edition
The new version of lime adds support for image models as well as build-in support for keras models and range of other tweaks
Let it flow, let it flow, let it flow
particles, my R port of the d3-force algorithm, is now on CRAN — read on to find out why you should care!
tidygraph 1.1 – A tidy hope
I’m very happy to present the next version of tidygraph to the world, a release which is more than anything else a feature release bringing many new possibilities for your network analysis workflow.
Looking Back on 2017
Everything that ever happened in 2017 - Eyes of the beholder may apply
Setting fire to deployment: Heroku
In this blog post I’ll show one way of deploying fiery web services: As a Heroku app.
Moving to Blogdown
A short post about my descision to move from Jekyll to Blogdown/Hugo
Announcing lime - Explaining the predictions of black-box models
Have you been looking at the Python world with jealousy over their ability to explain machine learning predictions? Look no more! lime is now available for R
Introducing routr - Routing of HTTP and WebSocket in R
I’m happy to finally be able to announce that routr is on CRAN, thus completing the standard fiery stack trifecta
I made a 3D movie with ggplot2 once - here's how I did it
A showcase of facet_stereo() in ggforce. A largely useless, but fun, feature
When A Fire Starts to Burn - Fiery 1.0 released
The R webserver framework fiery has just been updated to v1.0