Links on all kinds of things

Posted: Sunday, 2020-02-02 17:41 | Tags: Programming, Python, MachineLearning

Some more links in particular about ML & Python topics

Source: rosiejuliet

CourseDuck has a really nice overview of free Machine Learning tutorials with ratings & pros/cons; spanning YouTube, Coursera and so forth. Definetely worth checking out!

Codi looks like the "iPython Notebook in VIM" I always wanted, did not yet take the time to install it but its number one of my list of things to try.

Altair is yet another Python data visualazition lib (think Matplot and the like). What positively sets it apart though is that it has a really nice declarative language which is particularly interesting for more explorative work.

Broot gives you an overview of a directory tree in your shell, offering search (similar to fzf & thelike), cd'ing, moving files around, and seeing what takes space. Some overlap/competation to ranger it seems?

Pinball Progress

Posted: Thursday, 2019-10-03 13:27 | Tags: Pinball

Another week of working on the Pinball machine! Heres some (mostly visual) updates. Enjoy!


Magic: The (somewhat) Deep Learning

Posted: Sunday, 2019-08-04 08:33 | Tags: MachineLearning, Programming, MTG

In the previous posts in this series we dug into some data analysis on Magic the Gathering cards and tried to model the mana cost of cards in order to answer questions like "how much does 'flying' cost?".

We found a linear model that could explain the costs to some degree, however it struggled to get right the more complex cost structure around eg. 0-mana or many-colered cards. In this post we make an attempt at a neural network model of MTG mana costs in order to address these nonlinearities.

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Some random-ish Python Links

Posted: Saturday, 2019-06-08 22:58 | Tags: Programming, Python

Quick notes of some Python-related links of various topics I thought I share!

Source: aoifecahill

Random stuff

Awesome collection of all kinds of robotic / driving related algorithms incl. Python implementations:


Some more pinball pictures :-)

Posted: Tuesday, 2019-06-04 19:56 | Tags: Pinball

The display module started out as a pretty messy wire contraption with individual transistors. Boy, fixing short circuits with these things was no fun I tell you.