Orange Blog

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: Blaž Zupan, Mar 5, 2021

Hands-On Training About Overfitting

PLOS Computation Biology has just published our paper on training about overfitting.


By: Ajda Pretnar, Jan 11, 2021

Orange in Classroom

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


By: Blaž Zupan, Feb 8, 2020

Orange Lecture Notes

Lecture notes for Orange workshops on machine learning and data science are now available online.

Categories: education workshop

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, 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!


By: Ajda Pretnar, Jun 28, 2019

Orange at 32nd Bled eConference

We held a short workshop covering the basics of Data Science for the participants of the 32nd Bled eConference. We focused on predictive modeling and explorations of predictions.


By: AJDA, Nov 6, 2018

Data Mining for Anthropologists?

This weekend we were in Lisbon, Portugal, at the Why the World Needs Anthropologists conference, an event that focuses on applied anthropology, design, and how soft skills can greatly benefit the industry. I was there to hold a workshop on Data Ethnography, an approach that tries to combine methods from data science and anthropology into a fruitful interdisciplinary mix! Data Ethnography workshop at this year’s Why the World Needs Anthropologists conference.