Assist. prof. Branko Kavšek, Ph.D. Assistant Professor in Computer Science at The Faculty of Mathematics, Natural Sciences and Information Technologies (UP FAMNIT) – University of Primorska in Koper and Researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (AI LAB) – “Jožef Stefan” Institute in Ljubljana. His research includes machine learning, data mining, association rules, graphs, time series and data analysis in general. He closely collaborates with researchers from the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and the Department of Information Sciences and Technologies. He teaches courses Formal Languages and Computability, Introduction to Machine Learning and Data Mining, and Intelligent Systems to both undergraduate and master’s students at the university where he is the coordinator of the undergraduate study program Computer Science and vice head of the Department of Information Sciences and Technologies.
Before starting - software requirements & instalation
Install Anaconda from https://www.anaconda.com/products/individual. Use the installer that suits with your operating system (Windows / MacOS / Linux). If you work with Linux you'll have to change the permissions of the file after downloading to make it executable (chmod +x <filename>) and then run the installer (sh <filename>).
Install the Orange DM suite by following the instructions on their webpage (https://orangedatamining.com/download/) for your operating system. You shall install the orange3 package inside Anaconda by essentially issuing the following commands in an Anaconda prompt window: conda config --add channels conda-forge conda install orange3