Orange Blog

By: Andrej Čopar, Jan 16, 2020

Orange in the Cloud

Use Orange remotely by running it on a remote server as a docker container.

Categories: cloud server remote

By: Blaž Zupan, Jan 8, 2020

Look-alike Images

We show how to use Neighbors widget on image embedding space to find image look-alikes.

Categories: neighbors images

By: Ajda Pretnar, Nov 20, 2019

Explaining Models: Workshop in Belgrade

We explained how different models mean different things and how to interpret them at a recent tutorial in Belgrade.


By: Ajda Pretnar, Nov 15, 2019

Explaining Customer Segments for Business

Explaining customer base for businesses to make informed decisions. We present the case for Telco companies.


By: Janez Demšar, Sep 29, 2019

Of Carrots and Horses and the Fear of Heights

A cautionary tale of imaginary friend who made too many hypotheses to test - and how Orange is no different


By: Janez Demšar, Sep 28, 2019

On Expected Vomiting Time

A report of an interesting ending to a lecture about setting probability thresholds for predictive models


By: Ajda Pretnar, Aug 27, 2019

Aggregate, Group By and Pivot with... Pivot Table!

Orange has a brand new Pivot Table widget with many aggregation and grouping functionalities. It can be used to transform the data on-the-fly and use the output for downstream analysis.


By: Ajda Pretnar, Jul 26, 2019

Doctoral Summer School

For the second year in a row we took part in the Ljubljana Doctoral Summer School, organized by the School of Economics and Business.


By: Blaž Zupan, Jul 25, 2019

Orange at ISMB/ECCB 2019

Our entry to this year’s largest bioinformatics conference was on the training of single-cell data analytics. We claim that with Orange and its new single-cell RNA analysis add-on, one can assemble a workshop to teach essential concepts from single-cell analytics in a single day. Single-cell genomics is driven on revolutionary technology from molecular biology that allows us to peek into inner workings of the individual cell. Single-cell datasets feature thousands of genes and cells and benefit from the analysis that integrates this data with other knowledge sources, like those on the classification of genes, lists of pathways, and sets of cell-type markers.


By: Dr. Sven Bingert & Steffen Rörtgen, Jul 2, 2019

Data Science Made Easy: How To Identify Hate Comments with AI

How to teach text mining and data science to the 9th grade students in 60 minutes? With Orange and the analysis of hate speech on social media, of course!