Postgres client

sudo curl apt-key add

sudo sh -c ‘echo “deb$(lsb_release -cs) pgadmin4 main” > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/pgadmin4.list && apt update’

sudo apt install pgadmin4-web


sudo /usr/pgadmin4/bin/ (use any mail and password)

open url (use same mail and password)

click on add server

name your server

add ip and port in the connections tab

add username and password of Postgres server

click save to add server


Go to your port on Localhost anytime to monitor, view or even run SQL commands.



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Elastic Search is one of the most popular open-source tools for implementing a search related feature

One of the most popular UI for elastic search is Kibana

Now, setting up an elastic search server is not that difficult, but when you pair it up with the hassle of connecting to the Kibana UI and setting all those pesky environment variables.

It is worthwhile to just find a docker-compose file that will do just the thing for you.

Check out this docker-compose file to make life a little easier for yourself



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In this rapidly growing industry, we are often left wondering, where to focus our time and energy on, when it comes to expanding our knowledge and skill set.

Youtube seems like a good place to research on trendy topics or maybe even quora or stackoverflow

But, what if we told you there is a new scientific approach to it

Look no Further, We bring to you an Application on the cloud powered by Machine-Learning and the magic of Big-Data.
Reliable Predictions and Forecasting the next big thing with amazing outcomes on different technological domains

Tools and Technologies used:

Timeseries Analysis
Kats — Timeseries framework from Facebook
Streamlit (for converting our ML model to app)
AWS EC2 (for deployment)

Have a Look:

Research Team:
Raja CSP Raman