Welcome back! (if that statement isn’t appropriate you’ll want to check out part 1 first: Gaia star data with D3 – part 1). We are going to make everything look much better, and then do a couple of optimizations. Let’s make the sky look more natural, i.e. Black. In the current SVG specification there’s no … [Read more…]
Check out my post about the work I’m doing at the University of Oxford’s eResearch Centre. It’s about taking semantically linked data and generating a useful, website like view of the data. http://www.semanticaudio.ac.uk/blog/generating-webpages-for-digital-objects/ I’m using nodeJS and Dust with Jena’s Fuseki SPARQL database to select and display the data. More to come. Full text follows: … [Read more…]
When you need to extract data from a system you can bet that someone will claim they have to have it in a Microsoft Excel format rather than the simple CSV format you had in mind. I’m unlikely to need to tell you this – as you’re already here – but that there are huge … [Read more…]
Earth has only minutes to live and you are our only hope! Learn Node.js quick!
This blog is about launching SSH sessions through putty but from within KeePass, mostly using Windows although other Operating Systems may also work. Putty essentially organises and launches SSH sessions between computers; KeePass is a Password Safe storage system. By manipulating the form of the URLs in KeePass we can simply right click an Entry … [Read more…]
Forgive me for the break in communication. Let’s get right back into it. In the last few months I’ve been looking into website load times and implementing a few on my own. My hoster doesn’t run the most efficient servers and so my webpages really weren’t appearing as first as they might. One interesting area … [Read more…]
In July of last year I purchased the LG Optimus 3D, a mobile phone which comes with dual cameras to take spectroscopic images. I’ve been very happy with the camera and consequently have quite a collection of 3D images. However, there are no easy ways to display the 3D photos online – this is why … [Read more…]
The samsung running app (called “Samsung Hope Relay”) is a nice idea. Samsung will donate a pound to charity for every mile you walk, run o4 cycle (and probably anything else under a 20mph…), but it records distance so no point using it in the gym! It is a little buggy though: But hasnt stopped … [Read more…]