igel: a machine learning tool that automates everything for you


Probably, if you landed here to read this post, then you already know machine learning (ML) and you are excited to know how to use it without writing code as the title claims. Maybe you are even asking yourself how can this be, right?

Anyway, everyone has probably noticed how the field exploded in the last several years. It is really unbelievable what we achieved to do with ML and how far we have made it easy to use. In fact, there are much libraries out there that allow you to use ML with few line of code, right?


Use different famous translators (E.g google translator and more) with python.


In this tutorial, we will explore different possibilities to translate a text or word using python. From my experience, this is very helpful if you want to automate the translation of many paragraphs, sentences or words.

Furthermore, you can have a backend worker, which receives new data constantly and can either return a request with the translation or store different translations in a database (this is very useful in NLP tasks).

One of the reasons to choose Python apart from the clear syntax and the extensive library is the great community that works extensively on the development of the language…

convert to/from gpx files to/from different formats using python


GPX, or GPS Exchange Format, is an XML schema designed as a common GPS data format for software applications. It can be used to describe waypoints, tracks, and routes.

For further analysis, it can be tedious to work with gpx. Therefore, it is often converted to other suitable formats for analysis like csv or excel sheets. This is mostly useful in data science, machine learning and autonomous driving applications.


In this article, we will explore different ways to convert gpx files to other different formats like csv, json, excel sheets and dataframes. Likewise, the conversion can take place in the…


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