Category Archives: Software
Machine Learning: K-Means Cluster Analysis using Python – Alcohol intake based on physical and social attributes
Plotting data on the graph is like looking at a bunch of stars. They all look the same and the data is difficult to interpret. What if there was a method to colour the stars? Cluster analysis groups observations into … Continue reading
Machine Learning: Lasso Regression using Python – Alcohol intake based on physical and social attributes
Lasso regression (AKA Penalized regression method) is often used to select a subset of variables. It is a supervised machine learning method which stands for “Least Absolute Selection and Shrinkage Operator”. The shrinkage process identifies the variables most strongly associated … Continue reading
A decision tree can predict a particular target or response. The decision tree below was made by me using machine learning to test against several relationships which can be found in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health survey performed … Continue reading
TensorFlow is developed by Google and released as an open source software library for machine learning, specifically to training neural networks to to detect and decipher patterns and correlations. I would not say that the software would be analogous to human reasoning, … Continue reading
Wayland is a lightweight display server protocol that is already severely overdue to replace XORG. There has always been a master plan to include Wayland into Ubuntu. What does this mean? It means Linux/Ubuntu will now be easier to develop, use … Continue reading
Building A Steam Box in Singapore: Introduction and Proposal
Over the next few days, I will be undergoing a construction and testing project for a Steam Machine + Media Center. Continue reading
LXQT is a light and usable desktop environment. It is almost ready and I believe by Lubuntu 16.04 will be the default selection for DE choice for our OS. It is essential to look forward into the future and thats what made me choose LXDE with a potential to transition to LXQT in the first place rather than XFCE. The few crucial bugs that I had encountered were fixed shortly.
There are a few quirks as stated before and some software look somewhat old-age, consider VLC being based on QT, look at its mac comparison and the linux comparison. GTK software like libre-office look out of place but we can’t do much about it. Theming seems to help a little.
Also, right clicking on the desktop is a basic feature that is needed and requested by many users. I hope it is implemented in the next release. Continue reading