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Andrés Alejos
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Plotting XGBoost Trees in Elixir

XGBoost is one of the most popular Machine Learning tools. Here's how to make beautiful plots for it with Elixir.

Andrés Alejos
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Hacking Phoenix LiveUpload

Customizing Phoenix LiveUploads's Preview Images using PDF.js

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Andrés Alejos
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Elevate Your Elixir With Sigils

Adding support for real-valued intervals implementing the Enumerable Protocol in Elixir.

Andrés Alejos
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Python NumPy to Elixir-Nx

Learn how to leverage existing codebases from the Python ML ecosystem

Samuel Miller
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Shining Light on Glassware

Background The blend of the physical and digital world is fascinating. As useful as crunching numbers on a desktop PC or AWS cloud instance can be, nothing elicits the "wow" factor more than when something unexpected happens in the physical world. Embedded systems are as close to magic and superpowers

Andrés Alejos
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Leveling Up Your Elixir Option Handling

With the NimbleOptions library, you can define powerful and flexible argument validation schemas.

Andrés Alejos
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Serving Spam Detection With XGBoost and Elixir

Learn how to detect spam with XGBoost and Elixir and serve the model for production use.

Andrés Alejos
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Understanding the Elixir Machine Learning Ecosystem

An introduction to Machine Learning in Elixir through a glossary of libraries.

Andrés Alejos
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From Python to Elixir Machine Learning

Moving on from Python Machine Learning might seem impossible. Let me break down why and how you can do it.

Andrés Alejos
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Elixir Weekly Tips #1 (Tips 1-5)

5 byte-sized tips for Elixir

Andrés Alejos
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Calling 'import' in Python Does More Than You Think

When writing Python code, there are many reserved words such as None, del, if, else, etc. These are words that carry special meaning to the Python interpreter and as such should not be used as variable names. The keyword import is a reserved word used to bring outside Python code