Turning your data into insights
My name is Ger Inberg, a Dutch data scientist with a background in software engineering.
I work remotely as a freelance data scientist. Getting insights out of data is something that I really like. Data visualization and machine learning are some techniques that I am using to achieve this.
I am a big open source believer since I think with sharing solutions we can achieve a lot more as a community. Therefore I prefer to use R and python for my daily work.
I have a passion for (endurance) sports and healthy living and I would love to help you out if you have a project in those areas!
On my website you can find some examples of my projects, most of them are links to a website or interactive visualization.
Have fun in browsing through the content and thank you for visiting!
Many people use the Python language to do Image recognition and other AI tasks. There has been a huge improvement lately in order to make some popular frameworks available in R. Of course, it’s possible to run Python code inside R (using reticulate) but it’s […]
RStudio Connect (RSC) is a relatively new platform of RStudio. It is a place where you can share your Shiny applications, R Markdown reports, Plumber APIs, plots and more with your team and your users. It uses the push-button functionality from your local RStudio to deploy […]
Since the release of Shiny 1.1.0, we have the option to use asynchronous operations. I will describe why and how I have implemented an asynchronous download. Problem R is single threaded by nature. You can install R on a powerful server with 64 CPU cores, but […]