Monthly Archive: September 2016
Today I’m giving a talk for the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Utah about careers outside academia for astronomers and physicists. Check out my slides here,...continue reading.
How to combine Google Maps with a Choropleth shapefile of Holland in R: Amsterdam neighbourhoods (postal codes) by number of customers
This blog hands you the R code needed to create a choropleth heatmap on top of a Google Maps plot of Amsterdam. With this plot you can easily compare the...continue reading.
Arthur C. Clarke famously stated that “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” No current technology embodies this statement …Continue reading →continue reading.
In this post, we are introducing MODIStsp, a new “R” package allowing to automatize the creation of time series of rasters derived from Land Products data derived from MODIS satellite...continue reading.
Recently, a friend went skydiving and, me being me, the first thing I could think about was making some physical considerations on his adventure 🙂 If you think of a...continue reading.
I am happy to announce that my simputation package has appeared on CRAN this weekend. This package aims to simplify missing value imputation. In particular it offers standardized interfaces that...continue reading.
Introduction In this example, we will use the R programming language to access LOCA data via the OPeNDAP web service interface using the ncdf4 package then use the geoknife package...continue reading.
Yesterday I found an “old” script I wrote during a morning in the last semester. I remember being a little bored and interested in the concept of Q-learning. That was...continue reading.
I’ve been experimenting for more than two months with Tensorflow, and while I find it a bit more “low level” if compared to other libraries for machine learning, I like...continue reading.