Orange Blog

By: Noah Novšak, May 13, 2022

Predictive Modelling with Attribute Interactions

The Interactions widget has been added back to Orange 3. Illustrating how to use attribute interactions to improve predictive models.

Categories: orange interaction addons

By: Blaž Zupan, Apr 26, 2022

Training with Orange: A Tutorial at AIME 2022 in Halifax

A conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine is hosting our tutorial on training of crucial mechanics behind data science and machine learning with Orange.

Categories: orange workshop

By: Blaž Zupan, Apr 26, 2022

Orange Webinar for Educators #1: Where to Start?

On Thursday, May 26, 2022, at 16:00 CET, we will organize a webinar for educators who either use or are interested in using Orange Data Mining in data science training. The webinar will feature a short demo on using Orange for training in machine learning. We will showcase several data visualization and exploration widgets and show you some tricks that you could use in your training sessions. We will also present our GitHub repository with our openly-available Orange training material.

Categories: orange workshop

By: Primož Godec, Feb 11, 2022

Editing the photographs collection with the help of machine learning

The core element of Orange's image analysis is embedding images in the vector space, which just became a feaster with our infrastructure upgrades. We use this opportunity to show possible ways of analyzing images through observing similar images and classifying them.


By: Ajda Pretnar Žagar, Feb 1, 2022

Machine Learning Jargon

Data scientists have a specific language. Learn about what certain terms mean and become more confident in your data science speak!


By: Ajda Pretnar, Jan 14, 2022

Orange in Classroom, pt. 2

Orange is being used inside and outside the classroom, by professors and students in over 300 universities around the world.


By: Ajda Pretnar, Jan 11, 2021

Orange in Classroom

Orange is actively used in classrooms at over two hundred universities from around the world.