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Using cognizeR, shiny and Amazon web service to prototype FarmEd.

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William Ashford
William Ashford | Jan 12, 2017 | in Knowledge Base

Recently IBM released an open source R package to access the Watson APIs.

https://www.ibm.com/blogs/watson/2016/08/acce...atson-cognizer/

This can be combined with a different package called shiny to create a Watson-powered application. 

The amazon web service can then be used to host the application online. 

It'd be great to work with anyone else who is competent in R on this. Email me at will.ashford@projecteverest.ventures if this is you!

Cheers,

 

Will.

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Georgie Scott Jul 10, 2017

Show your trekkers please.

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Samantha Fisher 2 months ago

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River Thaddeu 1 week ago

These web services work quite well, and if you know how to use these properly, then your website will benefit a lot. That's what I learned from the seo company in canada that I was working at a few years ago. They taught me important stuff.

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taha khan 1 week ago

Why should we prototype FarmEd? This is something that I don't understand. As you know, I am doing work for Seo services, and everyone who is doing this work with me is questioning the decision you've made here.

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devlin hilder 1 week ago

Amazon web service is a great way to prototype FarmED, and if you don't agree, you should check out online marketing and seo services provider Marketing1on1 in Los Angeles to see how effective this method is. You'll be thanking me later.

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Jayvion Nathaniel 2 days ago

This web service is decent, and it will help your website improve. I want to thank William for telling us about this Search engine optimization method to improve the rankings of our website here. This is just amazing work.

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