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PRNI 2016: call for organization

The steering committee of PRNI (Pattern Recognition for NeuroImaging) is opening a call for bid to organize the conference in June 2016, in Europe

Improving your programming style in Python

Some references on software development techniques and patterns to help write better code.

Hiring an engineer to mine large functional-connectivity databases

Work with us to leverage leading-edge machine learning for neuroimaging

At Parietal, my research team, we work on improving the way brain images are analyzed, for medical diagnostic purposes, or to understand the brain better. We develop new machine-learning tools and investigate new methodologies for for quantifying brain function from ...

Scikit-learn 2014 sprint: a report

A week ago, the 2014 edition of the scikit-learn sprint was held in Paris. This was the third time that we held an internation sprint and it was hugely productive, and great fun, as always.

Great people and great venues

We had a mix of core contributors and newcomers, which ...

Scikit-learn 0.15 release: highlights

We have just released the 0.15 version of scikit-learn. Hurray!! Thanks to all involved.

A long development stretch

It’s been a while since the last release of scikit-learn. So a lot has happened. Exactly 2611 commits according my count. Quite clearly, we have more and more existing code ...

Google summer of code projects for scikit-learn

I’d like to welcome the four students that were accepted for the GSoC this year:

Welcome to all of you. Your submissions were excellent, and you demonstrated a good will ...

Hiring a programmer for a brain imaging machine-learning library

Work with us on putting machine learning in the hand of cognitive scientists

Parietal is a research team that creates advanced data analysis to mine functional brain images and solve medical and cognitive science problems. Our day to day work is to write machine-learning and statistics code to understand and ...

Scikit-learn 0.14 release: features and benchmarks

I have tagged and released the scikit-learn 0.14 release yesterday evening, after more than 6 months of heavy development from the team. I would like to give a quick overview of the highlights of this release in terms of features but also in term of performance. Indeed, the scikit-learn ...

RIP John Hunter: the loss of a great man

John Hunter, the author of matplotlib passed away yesterday after a short battle against cancer. John gave the keynote at the scipy 2012 conference a few weeks ago, and was diagnosed with cancer just on his return from the conference. It is a shock to me that that a friend ...

A journal promoting high-quality research code: dream and reality

Open research computation (ORC) was an attempt to create a scientific publication promoting high-quality and open source scientific code. The project went public in falls 2010, but last month, facing the low volume of submission, the editorial board chose to reorient it as a special track of an existing journal ...