Follow-Up

Workshop 2013 Follow-Up

Originally published on Wednesday, 17 July 2013 12:05 in Heiko's personal blog.

Last weekend, our Shogun workshop finally took place in Berlin. It was really cool to meet all those guys in person. We have been working together for quite some time now. The core-team an Shogun's supporters are absolutely awesome. It is great to be part of that.

We had a nice afternoon at c-base (who were so friendly to host us) with some talks by all of our developers, followed by two days of hands-on workshop at the TU-Berlin.

I gave a little talk on two random things you can do with kernels (that are completely unrelated): Gaussian Processes and the kernel MMD. Slides are (download). I also wrote some IPython notebooks for GP-regression (link), GP-probit-classification (link), and two-sample testing with the kernel MMD (link).
One of the results of our discussions was that we will start using those notebook for Shogun's documentation as they allow to combined code, plots, and maths in a web-based viewer.

Finally, here are some pictures of us in the workshop, pretty nerdy :). First, Gunnar and Sören, introducing the workshop, and then the Shogun team:

Sho-Gun in the workshop

Shogun team in the workshop


What's New

Feb. 17, 2014 -> SHOGUN 3.2.0
Jan. 6, 2014 -> SHOGUN 3.1.1
Jan. 5, 2014 -> SHOGUN 3.1.0
Oct. 28, 2013 -> SHOGUN 3.0.0
March 17, 2013 -> SHOGUN 2.1.0
Sept. 1, 2012 -> SHOGUN 2.0.0
Dec. 1, 2011 -> SHOGUN 1.1.0