Apparently I got distracted while learning about machine learning (opencv).
Here's a presentation I gave in December 2018 to the San Diego Python User Group on using different Python tools to look at graphs/networks. It was quite a bit of fun!
This was an assignment for an optimization (COMP 671) course. Problem Description The primary data center for Qualcomm Engineering is reaching its maximum capacity. There is a demand for more compute resources which
Here's another note to self on how to do something I do frequently enough to need to document but not often enough to memorize - transforming data from "wide" to "
This sketch was for a potential client that was trying to decide if COTS program was needed. I got an idea of what they were looking for and created this sketch. It uses
I wrote about how I had in mind a loosely connected graph as the background of one of the pages I recently created. The idea wouldn't leave my head so I created a
I created a logo for my consulting website. When I started I originally figured I'd have a small, loosely connected force-directed graph bouncing across the screen as it would represent the work that
I've been using ghost for about a year now, more or less, starting at a pre-release version. Migrating from 0.x to 1.x was a pain-in-the-arse, and the first few .x releases
Often I start reading a page on my desktop and want to continue reading on my phone so I'll send the link to myself. I figured that an easier way would be for
In 1993 I took a graduate seminar in Chaos Theory that was fascinating. We studied a wide variety of systems, like Cellular Automata, The Game of Life, and Mandlebrot Sets. We also studied
It's interesting to me that the maximum probability is at a minimum when p=0.5 and goes to a maximum at p=[0,1]. This is entirely obvious...
I bought a "cloud enabled" router a few years ago and now I have a "cloud disabled" piece of future landfill. While it lasted my "Skydog" was
As I add projects to the blog I'll tag them with code so they'll show up here, until then, here's some of the projects I'm working on. Masters Project: My blog entry with
I'm still loving object storage. This site is hosted on an ec2 host running nginx proxying the blogging app ghost, built on node.js. But, since I really like object storage, I wedged
If you play Neko Atsume then this can help you decide which items to put out. This was a silly app I created to learn more about "mobile first" programming. And
There are a handful of tasks that I do infrequently enough that I don't reliably recall the process every time. Normally I'd create an alias or script but some processes don't lend themselves
tl;dr: The final presentation. synopsis: Community Detection and Network Analysis on a large body of emails. Created a dynamic web interface to find interesting properties of various networks using a email as
what i did This visualization was a really fun one I did a couple of years ago. It's a visualization of all the teams in a bracket over a season. note This was
what i did SCHS Women's Soccer Rosters: 2014, 2015, 2016 is an interactive graph to see how players move through a high school sports program. why i did My daughter's high school posted