Posts Tagged ‘Processing’

Bible Search program and code posted to Bitbucket

June 7th, 2016

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

Screenshot of BibleSearchProc in action

the preservation of favoured traces | ben fry

December 31st, 2009

I’ve always enjoyed a nice graphical diff, like WinDiff, WinMerge, or KDiff3 — something that shows how a document has changed since some previous incarnation. Ben Fry, father of Processing, has taken this idea to an extreme with Darwin’s Origin of Species by showing how Darwin’s book changed with each revision, graphically depicting the variations in the document by chapter with each revision. » Read more: the preservation of favoured traces | ben fry

Turning Statistics Into Knowledge: Seminar Review and Notes

July 24th, 2009

I had the pleasure of attending the Seminar on Innovative Approaches to Turn Statistics into Knowledge, hosted by the US Census Bureau, the World Bank, and the OECD. While Robert Kosara, from UNC Charlotte, has a fairly thorough review (but not focusing on the technical aspects) of the seminar, and I would agree with most of his points (except for the presentation by David Spiegelhalter and Mike Pearson; their presentation was geared toward (and succeeded in) linking data with decision making), I didn’t read much about the technical side of things, so I thought I’d cover those areas here.

Here’s the low-down:

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