IMSA 2017 Spotter Guide
Download the 2017 IMSA Spotter Guide at http://www.spotterguides.com/portfolio/17_imsa/ Very handy resource!
Bible Search program and code posted to Bitbucket
I just posted a new application - BibleSearchProc - to Bitbucket. You can search, display, and navigate the Bible (OT, NT, or full) visually. Control-A to toggle display: show all or only hits Control-F to toggle display refresh: update on mouseover or freeze Type in text to search; updates are ‘live’ and hits are indicated with a red highlight Screenshot of BibleSearchProc in action
For the Wynn!
Favorite blog name and Twitter handle: ‘For the Wynn’ https://forthewynnblog.wordpress.com/ by Kate Thomas (@For_the_Wynn)
TrumpScript icon (via GitHub) Regardless of what you think about The Donald, if you enjoy computers, you’ll love TrumpScript – “Making Python great again!” Created by Sam Shadwell, a student Rice University, according to his GitHub profile page. A few features listed on the page: All programs must end with America is great. Our language will automatically correct Forbes' $4.5B to $10B. In its raw form, TrumpScript is not compatible with Windows, because Trump isn’t the type of guy to believe in PC.
A World of Languages - Blog About Infographics and Data Visualization - Cool Infographics
Source: _A World of Languages - Blog About Infographics and Data Visualization - Cool Infographics_
Top 10 data mining algorithms in plain English
Helpful intro post to data mining algorithms by Raymond Li at Rayli.net: Today, I’m going to explain in plain English the top 10 most influential data mining algorithms as voted on by 3 separate panels in this 2007 survey paper. Source: Top 10 data mining algorithms in plain English
Best R packages for data import, data wrangling & data visualization
Useful R packages in a handy searchable table Source: Best R packages for data import, data wrangling & data visualization
Chirp.io - Transmitting data via sound
A fascinating approach to solving the problem of data transmission without complicated pairing, NFC hiccups, or cables - Chirp.io. Pictures, links, contacts, and, as of 5/10, videos can all be transmitted from one smartphone to another simply through a 2-3 second sound burst, called a chirp. You don’t have to pair anything. No wires, no bluetooth configuration, no NFC setup - just give Chirp access to your mic to let it hear the chirp and, voila, simple data transmission.
Bjango (http://bjango.com) makes a nice, simple, but very effective color picker for Mac OS X - Skala Color. Why use a custom color picker? As their website points out - Skala Color provides color values in Hex, CSS RGBA, CSS HSLA, UIColor, NSColor, among others. So, if you’re building a web app, an Android app, or an iOS/OS X app, you’re covered. It is very easy to install and use. Both simple and powerful is an unusual pair of qualities, but Skala Color carries them both off very well.
OpenCage (from Lokku Limited) is a new and promising contender if you’re looking for an easy way to geocode (both forward (i.e. address to lat/long) and reverse (i.e. lat/long to address)). Cost According to their FAQ, OpenCage will be free while in beta: During the beta period, use of the OpenCage Geocoder is free of charge; the pricing page will always have the latest information. Libraries Multiple client libraries (e.