i really like buidling things
this is going to be my fun website with lots of nooks and crannies and stuff to discover :) - currently under heavy construction efforts.
a travel blog for great adventures of little people in a big world.
an overpowered list of books.
retracing basic GIS topology operations by myself in Python. maybe making modules.
visually comparing the (astounding) distance between normal satellites and GPS satellites.
idea to visually model an algorithm to create triangles for Thiessen polygons.
messy computer paints some squares, human has to walk over them to discolor them again.
insert two nouns to create a 'crash blossom' - playing with a specialty of the English language.
code that weeds through speeches, taking out everything except nouns and verbs.
querying the Pearson API for word information.
a JS tool to visually structure your day (for more happiness and productivity)
using a pipeline and an API to find POS and lemmas for a ton of words in some languages.
Automatically sift through the great daily events at Stanford University to find free AI and ML related on-campus lectures.
Ruby and Python code to fetch song info from genius.com
Ruby and Python code that can be included in a webapp to fetch the definitions of a word from wordreference.com
munged through novels to see whether they wish me a happy birthday!
wordclouds from such things: 'Their droppings speckled the gargoyles that rose twelve feet tall on either side of him [...]''
implementing a small version of TensorFlow with the help of Udacity, to better understand backpropagation and differentiable graphs.
what we speak is surprisingly unique. a hommage to language creativity.
finally a way to find lost engines! now with a GUI. (a minimal search engine)
code-along to identify strawberries in images.
participating in an Android Beginner course, I built a static single-page app.
a rails practice.
using machine learning to identify persons of interest that might be involved in the Enron fraud case.
analyzing the individual contributions to the US presidential elections and playing with ggplot2, the implementation of the poetic 'Grammar of Graphics'.
analyzing the Titanic dataset for factors influencing survival (a.k.a. double-checking the accuracy of the movie).
investigating and improving the OpenStreetMap data on Las Vegas.
a practice on persistent data storage on GAE, spiced up with text emojis and rainbows. my favorite one is ¯\_(ツ)_/¯