Machine Learning Algorithms Every Engineer Should Know
- Naïve Bayes Classifier Algorithm
- K Means Clustering Algorithm
- Support Vector Machine Algorithm
- Apriori Algorithm
- Linear Regression
- Logistic Regression
- Artificial Neural Networks
- Random Forests
- Decision Trees
- Nearest Neighbors
I very cool google doodle today. Even made my own little snippet.
- Restart this blog (March 2019)
- Fix car in garage (May 2019)
- Get Married (June 2019)
I’ll stop at these three for now and not in priority, but seriously, I have a goal list in my head. 2019 is already 3+ months old, and one huge goal has been working on a going through boxes (real and not so real) of items that have been literally sitting in for years untouched.
It was great to re-visit old memories, and even better to organize the ones I wanted to keep and get rid of other that do not “…does this spark joy?” as Marie Kondo would say. (i’m keeping Ephus the bunny..) I’ve definitely made a first pass and one of those “boxes” was also this web site.
So stay tune. Don’t be surprise if I add some old memories to this blog or split it into several ones. (Thinking along the lines of one blog for serious conversation about technology, Information science, etc. and fun quirky things and rambling thoughts.)
Also, it’ll be even more memorable to see this post years later buried in the middle. I hope it will spark joy!
Who would have ever thought that presidental candidates would have myspace.com profiles
Since I am going to forget to check these, out I’m posting them here to remind me at some point.
Wow… I know I am old school when info like this amazes me… Only old schooler, will this mean anything..
Interesting Technique using multiple blocks… I guess I never thought that you could use a different 256 color pallet for each block…
All I have to say is Jhead…http://www.sentex.net/~mwandel/jhead/
Simple enough to use to remove EXIF data from your images…
Man, You’ll never know what is hidden in your images until you take a look around. (http://blogs.23.nu/disLEXia/stories/5751)
Actually my reason for removing the EXIF data is that it was it was totally messing with the image re-sizer in my picture gallery. I was going a little nuts for a few hours trying to figure out what the heck was going on. Anyways, after pouring over the Internet, I found out what it was.. I guess Microsoft’s fancy GetThumbnailImage() method will use the thumbnail if present, but have not idea how to tell it NOT to use it so I just decided for goodness sakes and for security to remove all the data so I don’t also have to worries about transmitting GPS data along with my silly pictures!
As my work continues on updating my old website, I have been playing with image upload and image galleries. The #1 thing that I was interested in was a automatic image resizing utility for IIS/ASP (yeah I know PHP graphic libraries are a no brainer, but I am ASP guy). Another feature is builting the gallery from the images directly and not having to depend on a database table for it.. I am a BIG fan of just dropping files into a folder and a server “smart” emough to figure out what the heck is going on ….
Anyways after some long investigation I stumbled upon some nice built-in utilities using ASP.NET and some work from The Code Project and from betaparticle. Best $20 bucks I’ve spent on a something in a long time, Thanks Matt.
I think I will have a semi decent image gallery for free. Not that I am not a flickr fan, just as a webmaster I should be able to do all this on my own.
Now if I can add some fancy AJAX (web 2.0) so I can move images around that would be cool… (Yes I am working on that…)