Tag: python

〈31 May 2022〉 - SLURM notes

I've been treating the HMS cluster like my local machine. Nope.

〈09 Oct 2021〉 - Perspective test

Underestimated the number of carbdoard boxes I recycle everyday at work

〈10 May 2021〉 - Writing a slackbot for org-capture

Or how I learned to appreciate ngrok and my raspberry pi

〈18 Jul 2020〉 - Parsing webpages to build a collection of Qawwali performances

Attempting to parse webpages

〈17 Apr 2020〉 - A Boolean expression to polynomial generator

Useful for bulk converting Boolean rules

〈02 Dec 2019〉 - Multithreading in Python is a pain

Or how I learned about the GIL

〈19 Nov 2019〉 - Testing SWIG: Using C modules in python

faster functions in C, maybe.

〈06 Oct 2019〉 - Diced Circles

Badly drawn pie charts

〈04 Oct 2019〉 - Traffic

Early morning traffic on Mount Road

〈03 Oct 2019〉 - Bubbles

Coffee stains turned to bubbles?

〈02 Oct 2019〉 - Tiling - 1

Euler Map to create tilings

〈01 Oct 2019〉 - Contaminated plates

Procedurally generated hexagons

〈18 Jul 2019〉 - Procedural art: Clouds

Using matplotlib to procedurally generate pink sunsets!

〈02 Mar 2019〉 - Procedural art: Rangolis

Generating rangolli patterns with a minimal set of rules

〈21 Apr 2018〉 - a YASnippet Template for an org-mode notebook

A yasnippet to define a template for a generic computational analysis "experiment"

〈04 Mar 2018〉 - Fun with Mandelbrot sets

Visualizing the Mandelbrot set using matplotib

〈16 Nov 2017〉 - Scripts to generate graphic summaries of weekly org-reports

An alternative to toggl for pretty summaries of org-clock info

〈27 Apr 2017〉 - Compartmental model of cytoskeletal polarization during chemotaxis

Some interesting results from our model of cytoskeletal polarization using Watts-Strogatz randomization to mimic disruption of the cytoskeleton

〈04 Mar 2017〉 - What is the relationship between model size and number of parameters?

〈01 Dec 2016〉 - A script to study Kuramoto Oscillators

Animating a coupled oscillator system using matplotlib

〈30 Nov 2016〉 - Agent Based Simulation of a chronic Influenza infection

An animation from our Mod and Sim class showing the spread of infection using an agent-based model