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As part of our IMLS funded DADAlytics project we are evaluating Named Entity Recognition (NER) tools and their performance on cultural heritage materials. Identification of entities within resources is the first step in a larger process of converting textual documents into a linked open dataset. via Pocket
culture  dates  demos  nlp  people  places  text  vm 
may 2018 by kintopp
My review of Microsoft’s data science virtual machine (DSVM) for deep learning - PyImageSearch
Over the past few months, I’ve been using Microsoft’s Ubuntu deep learning and data science virtual machine (DSVM) for a few projects I’m working on here at PyImageSearch. via Pocket
cloud  computing  infrastructure  microsoft  vm  ml 
may 2018 by kintopp
HTRC Data Capsule - Documentation - HTRC Docs
Create an HTRC Data Capsule from the HTRC website. The HTRC Data Capsule service gives a researcher or educator a secure, virtual computer (called a "Capsule") for a limited time for analytical access to the digitized public works of the HathiTrust. via Pocket
analysis  datasets  encryption  ip  security  vm 
august 2017 by kintopp
The Dockstore: enabling modular, community-focused sharing of Docker-based genomics tools and workflows - F1000Research
Implementation The Dockstore implementation can be divided into four facets: a tool and workflow registration process aimed at authors, a RESTful web API used to power the site, a web application that uses this API, and, finally, a command line utility that interacts with, and launches, tools and via Pocket
dev  infrastructure  vm 
february 2017 by kintopp
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Docker is a platform to run software in a Linux environment. It can be used on production servers as well as on development machines to provide a reproducible environment. This how-to describes the concept behind Docker and how you can get started with it. via Pocket
learn  vm 
january 2017 by kintopp
Containers from Scratch
This is write up for talk I gave at CAT BarCamp, an awesome unconference at Portland State University. The talk started with the self-imposed challenge “give an intro to containers without Docker or rkt.” via Pocket
howto  learn  vm 
january 2017 by kintopp

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