Monthly Archives: January 2019

Customize Yellowbrick color palettes

Published January 16, 2019 in data - 0 Comments

I’m starting to experiment with the Yellowbrick machine learning visualizer tools to learn how to visualize models more effectively. The documentation is good, and getting started with the tools is pretty straightforward. I started to get bored with the default color palette after playing with some of the basic visualization examples in the documentation (more […]

New EC2 launch template version

Published January 8, 2019 in devops - 0 Comments

The AWS web console is not always intuitive to navigate and the documentation can be opaque. I recently had to edit an EC2 launch template, which is only possible by creating a new version and then making the new version the default used by the autoscale group. Here are the steps to create a new […]

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