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Devi-NT: a model validation tool

While studying for an Engineering Degree in Computer Sciences at INSA Toulouse in France, I had the opportunity to intern for 3 months at Epimorphics as part of my 4th year studying. I was attracted to Epimorphics because of their previous work with the Environment Agency, as I wish to work for companies who care about environmental issues, and because I was interested in learning more about semantic web and linked data while working for a company that publishes open data.

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Machine Learning with Linked Data: a Demo

While studying at the University of Edinburgh, I had the opportunity to intern at Epimorphics throughout the summer on one of their data-oriented projects. I was able to further practice my skills in machine learning by developing an algorithm for a database matching task, seeking to match addresses from one dataset to a preferred standard format. The project was engaging and the team friendly, making it a pleasure to work for them.

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Machine Learning with Linked Data

I am currently studying for an MSc in Data Science at the University of Edinburgh. Toward the end of my first year, I decided to look for an internship to make use of the summer break that divided the two taught halves of my course. I was particularly interested in a position near Bristol and shortly found out about Epimorphics via LinkedIn.

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sustainability

We care about being as sustainable a business as possible, we have always looked to minimise our impact on the environment. As we grow, this is something we’ve begun to look at more systematically, focusing initially on our energy use.

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We’re hiring for interns!

It’s that time of year again!¬†Epimorphics are looking for two or three software development interns with enthusiasm for emerging technologies to come and work with us.

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myRivers an Android application

Front-end team summer intern Mihajlo writes about the “myRivers” Android application that he has been working on. The app demonstrates how mobile device users can browse some of the Environment Agency open river data we help publish, and explores how investigators in the field can directly access water-quality data using their phone’s location services.

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EA DataViz Demonstrator

Front-end team intern Max Prettyjohns describes some of the interactive data visualization projects he has been working on, using open rainfall gauge, flood monitoring and tidal data from the Environment Agency.

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