Welcome to Lemonfold.io#
Welcome to my personal website and blog. The name “lemonfold” reflects my fascination for geometric methods in machine learning and robotics especially related to folding and unfolding. It is a verbatim and deliberately inaccurate translation for the German name of Gonepteryx rhamni—a beautiful yellow/lime green butterfly (which happens to be my favorite color). The technology behind this page has been inspired (read: shamelessly copied) from Chris Holdgraf’s website so kudos to him!
On this site, you can find out more about me here and read my blog. I love teaching and explaining so I hope you find my articles interesting and you enjoy reading. Feel free to leave some feedback. You will need a GitHub account and adjust the privacy level accordingly (the cookie symbol at the top) to do so.
See the blog archives for a more complete list.
2023-01-15 - AI/ML Essentials Part 2: Cluster analysis with (Gaussian) Mixture Models
This is the second part of the series “AI/ML Essentials”, which intends to be a gentle introduction to the topic using mostly layman’s terms and as little mathematics as possible–you don’t need an engineering degree to see the beauty within this fascinating field.
2022-10-29 - AI/ML Essentials Part1: Self-Organizing Maps
This article is the start of a series that introduces different models and algorithms to beginners
2022-09-03 - Fully-typed Python decorator with optional arguments
This is my very first blog post! In this short post, I will show the blueprint for a fully-typed Python decorator that optionally accepts parameters.