So, I recently came across a bunch beautifully designed and developed desktop apps on my Linux. Now, as a Linux user, I am used to overlooking design and aesthetics over functionality. Linux desktop developers usually don't spend their energy on making their apps more user-friendly and appealing instead they invest it in improving its functionality. … Continue reading Setting up Electron framework for Desktop apps
In this blog post, I will be discussing all the tools of Natural Language Processing pertaining to Linux environment, although most of them would also apply to Windows and Mac. So, let's get started with some prerequisites. We will use Python's Pip package installer in order to install various python modules. $ sudo apt install … Continue reading Setting up Natural Language Processing Environment with Python
Naive Bayes Classifier is probably the most widely used text classifier, it's a supervised learning algorithm. It can be used to classify blog posts or news articles into different categories like sports, entertainment and so forth. It can be used to detect spam emails. But most important is that it's widely implemented in Sentiment analysis. … Continue reading Naive Bayes Classifier in Python
Linux has very few options for 'Automatic Wallpaper Setter'. Variety is at the top. I loved it, it has lots of image sources, effects, a digital clock and daily quotes. You can also set your wallpaper-switching interval. It is really worth checking out. But what I wanted was a simple script that would download images from Flickr daily and … Continue reading Flickr Wallpapers daily for Linux Mint & Ubuntu
Today I was searching for an Ubuntu app called Cuttlefish. But later found out that even though it was such an important utility it was no longer maintained. So, I googled 'Cuttlefish ubuntu no longer maintained' and stumbled upon this AskUbuntu.com question... How do I develop software for Ubuntu that one could still use in … Continue reading Dealing with compatibility issues.