Archive for May, 2011
I’ve looked at using Excel to create charts manually. I’ve looked at Python chart libraries. I’ve looked at Google Docs. But now I think I might have found a winner – Google Chart Tools.
I’ve been agonising about how to deliver the results of my NLP text analysis. At the moment I’ve put a bunch of effort into creating charts in .Net so that I can inject them automatically into a PowerPoint using VSTO. It’s working fine but it limits me from being about to use the More >
So I’m going to try to produce an on-line version of my Arcanicity Index. It will be very simple system, and because I don’t have a fag packet on which to sketch it out, I’ll list the specification below.
The user will be asked to enter some text and then click a button market Process. DeepThought will then sit and ponder for 7 and half million years and respond with “42″. Either that or it will provide the visitor with some text statistics and an More >
but I thought I’d better set out a manifesto – a mission statement of sorts for this blog. I wanted to set down in writing the sort of content I’ll be posting in these pages. I already blog on technology marketing and competitive intelligence issues in my blog at Lustratus REPAMA and I tweet on similar issues at @lustratusrepama. So I’ll save comment on those subjects for there.
But I needed a place on the Internet where I could lay my geek hat and call home. I can’t post technical stuff on my Lustratus REPAMA blog More >