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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I'm looking for someone with Ubuntu Server experience to completely move across all configuration and data from one Ubuntu Server to another. On the server are a few Postgresql databases, large Open Street map files, Nginx web server, websites, PHP, FTP server etc... It only runs a few websites and databases but the Open Street Map tiles files and data are large (> Gig). The server itself is running our Open Street Map and OSRM routing engines and our own tile server (e.g. We also use some services from an install of Nominatim: There's also a couple of CRON jobs to pull data down from Open Street Map nightly... You would have full admin/root access to both servers. I am looking for an indication of: 1. How much to complete this work? 2. How long would it take? 3. When could you start? We have some plans to mirror this server too and we would be looking to retain whoever sets it up as our ongoing administrator for ad-hoc jobs. The initial quote would be for initial set-up only.
Skills: Linux System Administration Nginx Ubuntu
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
Objectives: The objective of this project is to create a tech startup business news classifier that from the content of a news article (title and body) returns the categories of industry the news is about. Deliverables: - URL of the created MonkeyLearn classifier. - CSV file with the training data, named "dataset.csv". - Text file with the summary, named "summary.txt". Process: The process will be divided into five major steps. Please read all the following steps before starting: 1- Data Gathering Obtain training data, that is, articles about business news. The following sources are recommended: - Techcrunch - Venturebeat - - The Next Web - Wired - Gizmodo - Cnet - The Verge The data shall be saved in a CSV file with the following format: Title Title + Content Date Author URL 2 - Data Tagging After gathering the articles, you'll have to tag the articles into the following categories: - AI/Machine Learning: News about companies in AI/Machine Learning sector - Internet of Things: News about companies in the IoT sector - FinTech: News about companies in FinTech sector - AR/VR: News about companies in AR/VR sector - ChatBots: News about companies in ChatBots sector - Robotics: News about companies in Robotics sector - Driverless Cars: News about companies in Driverless Cars sector - Bitcoin/Blockchain: News about companies in Bitcoin/Blockchain sector - Shared Economy (Uber, Airbnb, etc): News about companies in Shared Economy sector - Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, etc): News about companies in Social Media sector - Messaging Apps (Whatsapp, Telegram, etc): News about companies in the Messaging sector - 3D printings: News about companies in 3D printings sector - Health: News about companies in Health sector - Ad: News about companies in Ad tech Space - Ecommerce/Retail (Amazon, etc): News about companies in Ecommerce/Retail sector - Drones: News about companies in Drones Space - Mobile (iOS, Android, apps, etc): News about companies in Mobile sector - Gaming: News about companies in Gaming sector - Gadgets: News about Gadgets (like iPhone, chromecast, Snapchat Spectacles, Galaxy Note 7, Apple Watch 2, Sony MDR-1000X Wireless Headphones) The data shall be saved in a CSV file with the following format (note that we're adding the last column): Title Content Date Author URL Category Initially tag at least 20 articles per category, including samples that belong to more than one category, tag them accordingly. 3- Create the classifier Register a free account at Create a Classifier by clicking in the button "+ Create Module" on the top bar. Step 1/3 select: Name: Tech Business News, Industry Classifier Permissions: Public Module Type: Classifier Step 2/3 select: What are you working on?: Web Scraping What are you going to do?: Topic Categorization Step 3/3 select: On what kind of text?: News articles Which is your text language?: English Advanced options: Is multilabel Upload the data Click the Upload button on the Sandbox / Samples section and selecting the CSV file with the data that you gathered and tagged. Train After uploading the data, if you go to the Sandbox / Tree section, you'll see the categories uploaded in the Category Tree area. To train the classifier, just click the Train button on the right: 4 - Testing the Classifier After the model is trained, you will see a series of metrics in the Statistics area that show how well the classifier would predict new data: Accuracy Precision Recall You can actually test the classifier with particular texts by using the Classify section, just type or paste and text and click the Classify button. You will receive the corresponding prediction by the classifier. 5 - Classifier Development and Improvement In order to achieve the minimum accuracy, precision and recall required, you can iterate the process from step 2 to 4, that is: Gather more data (if required) Tag more data Upload the new data and retrain the classifier Test to see the improvement. Please read the guide How to successfully create classifiers with MonkeyLearn to learn how to perform this process. (We will provide you with this guide once accepted). Expected Results The expected results are: A working classifier (trained) with the specified categories created in MonkeyLearn platform as described. The classifier must fulfill the following requirements: At least 200 training samples per category. At least 90% of accuracy. At least 85% of precision on each category. At least 85% of recall on each category. The CSV file with the training data as specified in the step "2 - Data Tagging" . A brief summary (max two paragraphs) of the process used to gather and tag the data (tools and techniques used). The maximum number of hours to complete this task is 40hs. Deliverables - URL of the created MonkeyLearn classifier. - CSV file with the training data, named "dataset.csv". - Text file with the summary, named "summary.txt".
Skills: Data Science Data scraping
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
We have a WebRTC app (see that works well in normal home type network environments (simple NAT with cable modem, etc). But, for more complex environments we (almost) always fail the Trickle ICE negotiation. We have tested this in environments where we can get a google hangout or a slack voice call to work but we fail. We use a Kurento server hosted on Google Cloud and we have our own turn server which can relay. We know that certain network conditions make WebRTC calls impossible but we want to work when hangouts works.
Skills: JavaScript WebRTC
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Hello! I recently started a craft and DIY blog as an adjunct to my online craft supply store. The blog will feature weekly posts of unique crafts and DIY projects. I am looking to hire someone that is creative, artistic, and has experience writing articles relating to these types of projects. The content should include clear instructions along with high quality supporting photographs outlining the steps needed to complete the project. The overall vibe of the blog is rustic, country crafts (handmade candles, soap, wreaths, table arrangements, sewing, knitting, spinning, etc.) If I find someone that I like, I will most likely keep hiring them. If you already run a DIY/Craft blog yourself, I would explore the possibility of having you on as a guest blogger. I'm open to suggestions. If you think this would be a good project for you, please let me know.
Skills: Article Writing Arts & Crafts Blog Writing Instructional design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
Interpreter is needed in a B2B meeting between German - English or German - Estonian. A business meeting has to be translated for Austrian parties. It will take place on week 42, possibly on 10/19, 10/20 or 10/21 in Austria. It should not take more than 1.5 hours and the approx. payment could be 50 EUR + transportation costs. Materials on the topic will be provided beforehand.
Skills: English German Translation Translation German English
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
I am seeking a professional male voice actor with the ability to do a Scottish accent. Seeking a Sean Connery type voice style. Please send me a sample of your abilities sying the words : " Hello Brian, I believe that this may be what you are looking for..."
Skills: Voice Over Voice Talent
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $200 - Posted
I need someone who can create a book cover relative to the theme of my ebook. I also need someone to choose pictures for my book. I have chosen some myself, but they need to be replaced with photos purchased from ShutterStock or other provider. Those photos also need to be text wrapped and made to fit nicely in the corresponding paragragh. This may require cropping or editing in photoshop. I also need to have my pages lined up nicely with my email and a small picture at the bottom of each page. Lastly I have recipes that need to be boxed into a nice format with color shading. I can give examples. Will pay 200 to 300$ depending sample work.
Skills: Adobe Photoshop Graphic design Photo Editing Print Layout Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I need someone to generate leads for our Agency. We are looking for a person having strong communication skills and who can sell things easily. The job role would be to generate leads for web development/design industry and promote our agency. We are willing pay on commission basis which would be per project. You need to do the following things -To bid on portals like Upwork, Guru, Freelancer etc. – Generate revenue by generating business leads from Internet/Other sources. – Email/Call Prospects to identify any available opportunities, Cold calling potential clients. – Create pipeline of projects in web design and development; Mobile Apps Development, and Digital Marketing. – Write custom Proposals/Costing/prepare project schedules.
Skills: Internet Marketing Lead generation Sales