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2015-01-28-22:26:30 shell=true with subprocess methods Python 205 2
2015-01-27-03:30:00 Python Web Frameworks? Python 1120 1
2015-01-24-00:37:59 wasavi - online vi editor. Connects to dropbox. vim 111 1
2015-01-23-16:36:26 How would you go about embedding a Vim editor within a website? vim 430 1
2015-01-24-00:30:35 How to export sqlite3 .db files to excel? Python 472 1
2015-01-24-00:26:26 How to export sqlite3 .db files to excel? Python 553 1
2015-01-16-22:30:23 Your Python Stock Trading Algorithm, $100,000 of Our Money, & You Keep the Profit Python 125 0
2015-01-15-18:20:29 jeffknupp/sandman - ENH: Linked Data Platform API (RDF (Turtle), JSON-LD) semanticweb 316 1
2015-01-15-18:14:10 CSV on the Web: new W3C-drafts including JSON and RDF conversion semanticweb 641 1
2015-01-10-18:23:43 Visualizing World Development Indicators with Python Python 561 2
2015-01-07-10:55:10 Software Carpentry: Using the IPython Notebook as a Teaching Tool IPython 1681 1
2015-01-05-10:17:18 Ways to plot classifier performance? pystats 1181 2
2015-01-02-21:37:30 Pyramid vs. Django + DRF Python 529 -1
2015-01-02-21:28:55 Using Python for Statistics and Machine Learning on databases Python 1005 2
2015-01-02-21:10:13 Pyramid vs. Django + DRF Python 242 2
2015-01-02-21:06:14 Pyramid vs. Django + DRF Python 1384 1
2014-12-30-21:13:13 Industrial Engineers already have base knowledge for data science? datascience 727 1
2014-12-30-21:09:08 Industrial Engineers already have base knowledge for data science? datascience 1150 1
2014-12-30-00:23:17 Should I always use virtualenv? Python 319 2
2014-12-30-00:17:14 Pandas pivot_table explained Python 387 0
2014-12-30-00:16:52 Know of any good 'introduction to Pandas' classes that are either free or free for students? Something that starts with ELI5 Pandas and moves on to specific applications? Python 381 2
2014-12-28-02:02:48 How does HTTP/2 work with //HTTP/URIs in RDF with e.g. SPARQL, SPARUL, LDP? semanticweb 481 0
2014-12-27-20:39:36 How does HTTP/2 work with //HTTP/URIs in RDF with e.g. SPARQL, SPARUL, LDP? semanticweb 6762 0
2014-12-25-23:46:05 IPython repr Method Examples IPython 589 1
2014-12-25-23:42:47 IPython repr Method Examples IPython 1127 1
2014-12-25-23:23:47 What is the best Data Science resource you wish everyone knew about? datascience 719 5
2014-12-25-22:30:48 Learning python: I have completed codecademy Python training. What would you suggest me to learn next? (and where) Python 271 1
2014-12-24-10:35:18 webargs: A friendly library for parsing HTTP request arguments, with support for Flask, Django, Bottle, Tornado, and Pyramid Python 1182 1
2014-12-22-07:21:35 Systematic data modeling techniques? semanticweb 230 1
2014-12-21-03:02:19 Linked Data Patterns - A pattern catalogue for modelling, publishing, and consuming Linked Data semanticweb 102 1
2014-12-21-02:54:05 Open-world assumption semanticweb 478 1
2014-12-21-02:51:53 Guido van Rossum: The Theory of Type Hinting for Python 3.5 Python 740 2
2014-12-20-05:20:48 TIL about neural networks with sklearn-theano/sklearn-theano pystats 468 1
2014-12-20-05:20:45 TIL about neural networks with sklearn-theano/sklearn-theano pystats 330 1
2014-12-20-05:12:10 I Have A Few Hours To Teach Python To 25 Mechanical Engineers. What Should I Cover? Python 1054 1
2014-12-20-04:58:47 Structlog: this logging library deservers much, much wider recognition. Python 244 1
2014-12-20-03:41:51 Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly? semanticweb 1553 1
2014-12-20-03:32:15 Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly? semanticweb 205 1
2014-12-20-03:26:26 Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly? semanticweb 2461 0
2014-12-20-03:11:53 Why triples? semanticweb 1062 2
2014-12-15-06:59:05 How do you separate your services and why? (VMs and Virtual Appliances) homelab 816 2
2014-12-15-00:02:05 Free/Open Source Video Editors? freesoftware 515 9
2014-12-14-23:56:55 pydata '14 conference videos online Python 344 1
2014-12-13-10:10:42 Patterns for expressing plural labels? semanticweb 363 1
2014-12-12-13:57:34 Best way to learn data science? Python 361 6
2014-12-12-08:13:47 Have you seen the new pen that writes underwater, upside down and in outer space? dadjokes 96 1
2014-12-12-08:06:30 Would there be advantages to an RDF / OWL schema for OpenCog Atoms and Truth Values? artificial 428 2
2014-12-12-01:16:06 What do you guys use to create topology diagrams? homelab 295 3
2014-12-12-01:06:59 Would there be advantages to an RDF / OWL schema for OpenCog Atoms and Truth Values? artificial 119 1
2014-12-12-01:02:50 Would there be advantages to an RDF / OWL schema for OpenCog Atoms and Truth Values? artificial 1297 1
2014-12-12-00:31:27 Get all new dhcp leases, but only the new leases since last check in bash linuxadmin 419 1
2014-12-12-00:17:44 Visualizing Wikipedia Categories Python 528 1
2014-12-12-00:14:54 Semantic Web tools usable from, or with, Python #linkeddata Python 184 1
2014-12-11-10:19:35 Backing up files to a remote server using python [noob question] Python 718 4
2014-12-11-08:46:47 Only one instance of vim in i3-wm vim 280 1
2014-12-11-08:22:02 execute collectstatic each time a script runs? django 1089 1
2014-12-11-08:03:45 Only one instance of vim in i3-wm vim 478 1
2014-12-11-07:58:47 Only one instance of vim in i3-wm vim 1134 1
2014-12-11-05:33:19 Semantic Web tools usable from, or with, Python #linkeddata Python 385 1
2014-12-11-01:54:45 Semantic Web tools usable from, or with, Python #linkeddata Python 111 1
2014-12-11-01:53:42 Semantic Web tools usable from, or with, Python #linkeddata Python 77 1
2014-12-11-01:46:52 10 Myths of Enterprise Python Python 166 3
2014-12-10-03:44:40 Are there any tutorials out there on how to bind RDF datasources to ASP.NET controls? semanticweb 275 1
2014-12-10-03:41:14 Time sequenced data in a semantic model? semanticweb 271 1
2014-12-09-08:07:55 My current approach to ending requests for free tech support is working - feel free to give it a try. sysadmin 160 1
2014-12-08-02:13:58 Tracking down a performance issue. Linux server will sometimes show extremely high load, but little cpu utilization and practically no disk wait linuxadmin 855 1
2014-12-08-01:50:02 Is there a file in /proc/pid_of_process with a value that shows how much RAM a process is consuming? linuxadmin 760 1
2014-12-07-05:37:53 Is there a file in /proc/pid_of_process with a value that shows how much RAM a process is consuming? linuxadmin 178 3
2014-12-07-05:37:17 Is there a file in /proc/pid_of_process with a value that shows how much RAM a process is consuming? linuxadmin 180 3
2014-12-06-23:54:30 New to web design and development: what are the "need to knows"? Entrepreneur 185 1
2014-12-06-23:43:35 New to web design and development: what are the "need to knows"? Entrepreneur 1406 1
2014-12-06-22:56:00 Trying to make an interactive visualization of a relatively large directed graph - any tips? Python 136 1
2014-12-06-22:54:50 Trying to make an interactive visualization of a relatively large directed graph - any tips? Python 1923 1
2014-12-06-01:58:03 Beginner question-If I want to make games (in blender) what aspects of python do I have to have the most rigorous skills in?(having only learnt the absolute basics to date) Python 698 2
2014-12-06-01:39:08 Suggestions for Middle School Presentation Python 1339 2
2014-12-05-21:37:26 Wanted to share a "Home Notification Centre" I built recently. Python 533 1
2014-12-05-21:35:10 Wanted to share a "Home Notification Centre" I built recently. Python 281 1
2014-12-05-21:29:40 Citing IPython in an academic publication. IPython 279 1
2014-12-05-21:26:52 What headings and files would you add to a reproducible IPython notebook project template (e.g. with cookiecutter)? IPython 2389 1
2014-12-05-21:23:56 What headings and files would you add to a reproducible IPython notebook project template (e.g. with cookiecutter)? IPython 318 1
2014-12-05-06:14:14 What are the best opensource softwares for general intelligence? singularity 2216 1
2014-12-05-06:04:11 What are the best opensource softwares for general intelligence? singularity 449 1
2014-12-05-00:17:53 Linked Data Patterns - A pattern catalogue for modelling, publishing, and consuming Linked Data semanticweb 52 1
2014-12-04-23:59:42 Building a GUI-App with Python in school Python 684 1
2014-12-04-01:34:18 ANN: Spyder 2.3.2 is released! Python 147 4
2014-12-01-17:17:44 Common Excel tasks shown in pandas Python 1910 1
2014-12-01-16:52:08 Common Excel tasks shown in pandas Python 715 5
2014-11-28-21:45:37 How to work with CSV like a two-dimensional array? Python 177 1
2014-11-28-16:35:39 How to work with CSV like a two-dimensional array? Python 118 1
2014-11-28-16:30:43 How to work with CSV like a two-dimensional array? Python 597 1
2014-11-28-09:26:18 Do python web-apps depending on ORM really scale well? Python 1072 1
2014-11-28-06:12:34 Are you replacing virtualenv with docker, or are you using them in conjonction? Python 236 1
2014-11-27-16:36:05 W3C HTML JSON form submission programming 237 1
2014-11-25-23:39:58 Tips for coding for long periods of time? Python 103 1
2014-11-25-01:15:53 Tips for coding for long periods of time? Python 364 1
2014-11-23-18:29:13 Indoor Positioning SDK for Android announced by CSR androiddev 79 1
2014-11-23-06:43:34 Indoor Positioning SDK for Android announced by CSR androiddev 248 1
2014-11-22-15:25:06 awesome-machine-learning#python pystats 185 1
2014-11-22-15:23:54 Indoor Positioning SDK for Android announced by CSR androiddev 291 1
2014-11-22-15:15:56 TED has finally added Chromecast support. Android 73 1
2014-11-22-13:42:32 Can someone explain the basics of Category Theory to me? math 37 1
2014-11-22-12:22:19 RDF in Markdown/ReStructuredText: How to store semantic data in the /r/semanticweb/wiki/index? semanticweb 2212 1
2014-11-22-12:13:50 RDF in Markdown/ReStructuredText: How to store semantic data in the /r/semanticweb/wiki/index? semanticweb 2021 1
2014-11-22-12:08:37 RDF in Markdown/ReStructuredText: How to store semantic data in the /r/semanticweb/wiki/index? semanticweb 2372 1
2014-11-22-02:22:20 Is there an awesome-semanticweb or an awesome-linkeddata or an awesome-linked-data? semanticweb 128 1
2014-11-22-02:21:33 Is there an awesome-semanticweb or an awesome-linkeddata or an awesome-linked-data? semanticweb 728 1
2014-11-22-02:17:32 A Team of Researchers Has Found a Way to Predict the Stock Market Using Search Terms business 123 2
2014-11-22-02:04:54 Is there an awesome-semanticweb or an awesome-linkeddata or an awesome-linked-data? semanticweb 1795 1
2014-11-21-20:52:05 Does anyone use rdf/semantic web technologies to replace traditional RDBMS or other databases? semanticweb 844 1
2014-11-16-07:12:37 Python in Notepad++ Python 656 1
2014-11-13-04:14:04 What is the best practice for using packages within a project? Python 319 2
2014-11-09-07:36:08 Job hunting - Programming req'd? linguistics 2661 4
2014-11-08-12:28:53 What is this called? cummean? pystats 899 1
2014-11-08-18:38:39 What is this called? cummean? pystats 412 1
2014-11-08-18:33:35 Newbie who wants to use d3 to visualize account balance over time. Overwhelmed and need pointers on how to get started. webdev 603 1
2014-11-08-10:28:53 What is this called? cummean? pystats 650 1
2014-11-08-10:14:01 What is this called? cummean? pystats 214 1
2014-11-08-01:52:25 What is this called? cummean? pystats 104 1
2014-11-07-10:46:06 IPython notebooks are being distributed as supplementary materials in peer-reviewed academic publications to enable readers to reproduce the computational aspects of the work. Python 721 2
2014-11-07-10:18:05 Third PyCharm 4 EAP: NumPy array viewer, IPython notebook improvements, and more Python 229 2
2014-11-07-10:11:54 log_calls: a Py3 debugging & profiling decorator that eliminates reams of boilerplate code Python 37 1
2014-11-07-10:07:07 Chkconfig For SystemD linuxadmin 394 1
2014-11-07-02:04:36 Chkconfig For SystemD linuxadmin 241 2
2014-11-07-02:01:51 Creating internal RPM build environment? linuxadmin 1817 2
2014-11-06-08:04:26 Terminal purists: What do you use for DB administration? vim 1253 3
2014-11-04-23:06:03 Which Graphing and Charting Software Is Best? visualization 305 2
2014-11-04-23:03:05 . /etc/sysconfig/tomcat6 - Does what, exactly? linuxadmin 281 6
2014-11-04-21:24:40 Found an 1857 edition of Euclid's elements in the back of a small bookstore in Edinburgh for 5 pounds. math 221 1
2014-11-03-15:21:56 Please remove mitsuhiko/* Python 227 2
2014-11-03-15:09:29 Please remove mitsuhiko/* Python 616 3
2014-10-31-00:34:41 I'm trying to write a program that will search a list of tasks and print out which tasks you should do based on your input. Python 629 2
2014-10-31-05:30:48 What did “The Art of Computer Programming” look like before TeX? compsci 447 -3
2014-10-30-22:13:05 I'm trying to write a program that will search a list of tasks and print out which tasks you should do based on your input. Python 637 1
2014-10-30-21:55:36 I'm trying to write a program that will search a list of tasks and print out which tasks you should do based on your input. Python 2125 0
2014-10-30-00:43:42 Official IPython Docker hub repos: ipython, scipyserver, scipystack, notebook, nbviewer IPython 105 1
2014-10-30-00:43:19 Official jupyter Docker hub repos: demo, nature-demo, tmpnb, jupyterhub, single user, configurable-http-proxy, nbcache, nbindex, colaboratory IPython 113 1
2014-10-28-03:16:11 Convincing colleagues to use Python instead of Matlab/C for a basic computer science class. Python 1210 1
2014-10-25-11:23:54 Recommendations for dynamic DNS providers? homelab 1290 1
2014-10-25-06:07:48 Recommendations for dynamic DNS providers? homelab 1250 2
2014-10-25-06:03:04 The Fourier Transform, explained in one sentence (an oldie, but a goodie) math 139 3
2014-10-25-01:28:41 Why do you need a framework to do web development with Python? Python 749 2
2014-10-23-10:33:00 Best practices, source installs vs package manager linuxadmin 3125 1
2014-10-23-10:05:26 Handling reddit comments in strings/HTML Python 560 1
2014-10-23-09:33:12 CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw# semanticweb 299 1
2014-10-23-09:21:53 CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw# semanticweb 493 1
2014-10-23-09:11:24 QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:) semanticweb 214 1
2014-10-22-18:47:37 The RDF Data Cube Vocabulary (qb: http://purl.org/linked-data/cube#) semanticweb 170 1
2014-10-23-01:47:11 QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:) semanticweb 174 1
2014-10-23-01:45:56 QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:) semanticweb 862 1
2014-10-23-01:42:42 QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:) semanticweb 385 1
2014-10-23-01:40:37 QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:) semanticweb 87 1
2014-10-22-19:06:01 CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw# semanticweb 824 1
2014-10-22-18:38:50 CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw# semanticweb 94 1
2014-10-22-16:27:50 Do you use vim as a server or as a single instance? vim 860 1
2014-10-22-14:48:51 CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw# semanticweb 133 1
2014-10-21-15:45:21 Python Bubble Sort Implementations, and Benchmarks. Why Does timeit take so long on first run? Python 175 1
2014-10-20-18:26:48 Pandas 0.15.0 just released Python 529 1
2014-10-20-09:36:01 What is the current state of reproducible science in the field of machine learning? MachineLearning 1166 1
2014-10-20-07:27:11 Pandas 0.15.0 just released Python 469 4
2014-10-20-03:07:19 Pandas 0.15.0 just released Python 161 4
2014-10-19-01:44:35 hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON Python 64 1
2014-10-19-01:38:42 Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it Python 474 1
2014-10-18-05:31:52 VisMet - Corpus of Visual Metaphors cognitivelinguistics 760 1
2014-10-18-01:54:30 Can anyone recommend some tranquil ambient electronica? Music 432 2
2014-10-17-18:52:58 Can anyone recommend some tranquil ambient electronica? Music 37 2
2014-10-18-01:52:22 Can anyone recommend some tranquil ambient electronica? Music 507 1
2014-10-17-20:15:58 hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON Python 53 1
2014-10-16-20:52:15 How can I make this algorithm run faster and more efficiently? [bioinformatics context] Python 442 1
2014-10-17-02:47:17 Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it Python 598 1
2014-10-16-19:45:29 Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it Python 1008 2
2014-10-16-19:39:15 hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON Python 411 3
2014-10-16-04:13:17 Is there confirmation bias in starting with e.g. simple regression analysis? Which factors did we know we were capturing? askscience 206 1
2014-10-15-21:12:29 Is there confirmation bias in starting with e.g. simple regression analysis? Which factors did we know we were capturing? askscience 350 1
2014-10-15-21:09:38 Is there confirmation bias in starting with e.g. simple regression analysis? Which factors did we know we were capturing? askscience 496 1
2014-10-15-21:02:36 hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON Python 329 2
2014-10-16-04:01:11 hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON Python 201 2
2014-10-14-17:46:09 awesome-sphinxdoc: A curated list of awesome stuffs for Sphinx Python Documentation Generator Python 314 4
2014-10-14-10:08:13 Data Science vs Bioinformatics - Help datascience 1720 1
2014-10-14-01:42:36 How do I get experience in A/B testing? datascience 272 1
2014-10-14-01:34:39 pyramid_sacrud — SQLAlchemy Jinja2 CRUD (like django.contrib.admin) Pyramid 117 1
2014-10-14-05:44:21 Scientists at Nanyang Technology University (NTU Singapore) have developed ultra-fast charging batteries that can be recharged up to 70 per cent in only two minutes. The new generation batteries also have a long lifespan of over 20 years, more than 10 times compared to existing lithium-ion batteries science 137 1
2014-10-14-02:44:01 Python programming syllabus for 2nd year college students Python 849 1
2014-10-14-02:34:16 Problems with Teaching Python in School Python 1639 1
2014-10-13-14:30:57 Problems with Teaching Python in School Python 1691 1
2014-10-13-10:24:59 Is there a mind map out there that shows what Computer Science is all about? compsci 277 1
2014-10-11-19:35:10 Vim Shortcuts for Webbrowsers vim 358 1
2014-10-07-21:59:19 os.fork() equivalent in multiprocessing? Python 387 1
2014-10-06-16:28:45 How important is a degree/certificate to land a web developer job? (Is portfolio + Javascript knowledge enough)? webdev 1389 1
2014-10-06-03:11:06 Are PyPI download numbers real? Python 826 2
2014-10-05-23:16:37 Custom matplotlib stylesheets in v. 1.4 IPython 84 1
2014-10-05-23:07:14 Web Scraping Nobel Prize Data Using LXML and Pandas IPython 1297 1
2014-10-05-23:04:30 Web Scraping Nobel Prize Data Using LXML and Pandas IPython 947 1
2014-10-05-21:35:46 How to monetize incredible medicinal knowledge (non-doctor) Entrepreneur 393 1
2014-10-04-07:56:14 Founder of the SageMath project says it is failing. Python 702 2
2014-10-02-20:45:37 Open Source Ticket/Issue Tracking Software? linuxadmin 483 2
2014-10-02-20:43:57 Open Source Ticket/Issue Tracking Software? linuxadmin 545 0
2014-10-01-04:41:52 TIL: why shelve can't use namedtuples by default. Python 1830 1
2014-10-01-04:32:13 Best way to distribute a package with required dependencies bundled (for Windows)? -- see Text. Python 735 1
2014-10-01-04:24:36 How to run a command in Python to the terminal? Python 393 1
2014-09-30-23:32:10 Is there anything cooler we can do with <a type="tel">? webdev 115 2
2014-09-30-23:31:22 Is there anything cooler we can do with <a type="tel">? webdev 99 1
2014-09-30-22:09:04 What are easiest sources for learning Multi-core/Multi-Threaded Technology? compsci 1983 1
2014-09-30-03:45:07 TIL we all live in the Laniakea Supercluster todayilearned 385 1
2014-09-30-01:09:53 Help or guide on using inferencing and reasoning to fill in related attributes? semanticweb 912 2
2014-09-30-01:01:08 MySQL 5.7 - It is official: MySQL listens to HTTP and speaks JSON programming 186 1
2014-09-29-18:17:20 Help or guide on using inferencing and reasoning to fill in related attributes? semanticweb 285 2
2014-09-29-18:09:33 Help or guide on using inferencing and reasoning to fill in related attributes? semanticweb 985 2
2014-09-29-06:23:26 What are the goals of Precalculus and Trigonometry? What should students take notice of and get excited about? math 1696 -2
2014-09-29-06:11:59 Visualizing Calculus math 759 1
2014-09-29-05:58:59 The Web-SIG mailing list is currently discussing a new WSGI spec (HTTP2, WebSockets, ...). Best chance to get involved is right now. Python 142 1
2014-09-29-05:57:35 The Web-SIG mailing list is currently discussing a new WSGI spec (HTTP2, WebSockets, ...). Best chance to get involved is right now. Python 209 1
2014-09-28-03:55:38 People Who Are Consciously Aware of Their Emotions Deal With Them More Effectively, Study Shows psychology 127 1
2014-09-27-15:27:58 How To Migrate 50MM+ Records From Mongo To PostgreSQL In Less Than A Day Python 470 1
2014-09-27-15:18:05 Finding a more testable web framework? Python 361 5
2014-09-27-15:01:28 What Python skills do I need to become a data scientist? MachineLearning 416 1
2014-09-26-04:17:38 ⊍∩⋮ℂ⊚⊃∈ ⋔Δ⊤∦ ∫ᵧ⋔ᵦ⊙⌊∫ {unicode math symbols} math 977 2
2014-09-26-00:21:12 TIL a male honey bee ejaculates so forcefully that it dies shortly after todayilearned 37 1
2014-09-26-00:19:59 Eric Cartman brilliantly mocks the "lazy startup" culture nowadays Entrepreneur 974 -3
2014-09-24-23:51:42 Request: The "Sunlight Foundation" analyzed FCC comments for net neutrality: is anyone able to find an existing dataset of the comments? opendata 1318 1
2014-09-24-23:43:58 Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger. technology 477 2
2014-09-24-23:43:13 Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger. technology 833 3
2014-09-24-21:20:54 Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger. technology 506 1
2014-09-24-09:17:23 awesome-sqlalchemy: A curated list of awesome tools for SQLAlchemy Python 141 1
2014-09-22-00:04:58 LPT: When mentioning time on the Internet, use 'x hours ago' or 'y hours from now' instead of your local time zone LifeProTips 244 0
2014-09-21-00:03:09 Critique of dependency bundling in requests Python 969 1
2014-09-20-06:35:20 Critique of dependency bundling in requests Python 362 1
2014-09-20-05:00:09 Logging tool for data science experiments datascience 582 1
2014-09-17-14:27:45 Recommendations on Books/Courses for Startup? Entrepreneur 271 1
2014-09-16-09:26:33 The relative speeds of str.format and % Python 179 1
2014-09-13-03:10:04 I'm a teenager looking to start a small business in my free time Entrepreneur 293 5
2014-09-13-01:48:25 Learning to code as a mathematician math 535 1
2014-09-13-01:41:21 Teaching an old dog new tricks — or, how I learned to love Python’s str.format, and gave up on % Python 1363 1
2014-09-12-01:07:46 Good Primer on Deep Learning artificial 131 -2
2014-09-12-01:05:01 Pyvenv, OSX terminal, arrow keys and the Python console Python 239 1
2014-09-12-00:51:17 Learning to code as a mathematician math 267 2
2014-09-11-21:36:16 Why you should write documentation Python 213 1
2014-09-11-21:34:51 Pyvenv, OSX terminal, arrow keys and the Python console Python 183 4
2014-09-11-21:33:23 wasavi: vi in browser text areas, but not everywhere else vim 303 1
2014-09-10-06:04:15 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 260 1
2014-09-10-00:02:50 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 197 2
2014-09-06-14:21:19 Cheap Drinking Water From The Sun, Aided By A Pop Of Pencil Shavings -- "He and a team at MIT have developed a cheap material that desalinates water efficiently and fast using solar energy. And the secret to the new technology was sitting right on their desks: the graphite in pencils" science 275 9
2014-09-06-13:43:25 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 368 1
2014-09-06-13:39:29 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 187 1
2014-09-06-13:35:31 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 560 1
2014-09-06-13:11:13 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 1454 1
2014-09-06-12:58:00 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 2542 1
2014-09-06-12:25:09 TIL that toxoplasmosis infection increases the probability of traffic accidents by twice in individuals having negative blood groups. todayilearned 436 1
2014-09-06-12:09:54 Tuesdays with MRSA WTF 317 1
2014-09-06-11:55:26 New study concludes that there is 99.999% certainty humans are driving global warming science 353 1
2014-09-06-11:45:29 Reading: General Systemantics (The Systems Bible) by John Gall SystemsTheory 127 1
2014-09-06-11:08:35 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 830 2
2014-09-05-14:06:05 datasciencemasters/go - The Open Source Data Science Masters datascience 230 1
2014-09-05-14:03:23 The Data Science Skills Network IOPsychology 310 1
2014-09-05-13:52:37 The Data Science Skills Network IOPsychology 1811 1
2014-09-04-16:59:29 The Whitehouse releases "TechFAR" explicitly encouraging the use of Agile in Federal IT agile 250 1
2014-09-04-16:55:56 The Whitehouse releases "TechFAR" explicitly encouraging the use of Agile in Federal IT agile 1222 1
2014-09-04-16:41:46 The Whitehouse releases "TechFAR" explicitly encouraging the use of Agile in Federal IT agile 1025 1
2014-09-04-16:30:29 Why isn't semweb taking over the world after over a decade? semanticweb 491 1
2014-09-04-16:05:25 Why isn't semweb taking over the world after over a decade? semanticweb 2973 1
2014-09-04-15:37:55 Django 1.7 released programming 224 1
2014-09-04-00:37:48 python-whelp: all the micropython goodness with a TCP/IP topping. All you need for fast prototyping IoT on bare metal ARM Python 365 1
2014-09-04-00:33:07 College Has Gotten 12 Times More Expensive In One Generation Economics 646 1
2014-09-04-00:00:00 Questions about Child Support with Mint personalfinance 751 2
2014-09-03-16:55:01 The unstoppable TI-84 Plus: How an outdated calculator still holds a monopoly on classrooms TrueReddit 787 11
2014-09-03-23:53:37 The unstoppable TI-84 Plus: How an outdated calculator still holds a monopoly on classrooms TrueReddit 503 8
2014-09-03-23:43:41 Anyone know how to edit files on Amazon S3 directly with vim? vim 295 3
2014-08-30-18:10:25 Why did Reddit choose pylons in particular? Python 207 1
2014-08-30-18:09:22 Why did Reddit choose pylons in particular? Python 259 2
2014-08-30-18:04:31 Why is there no "dotted dict"? Python 549 1
2014-08-30-15:38:37 Replace bash with Python Python 429 6
2014-08-29-18:29:54 Serotonin not found to be a major player in depression. science 166 0
2014-08-29-18:23:38 Learning Python for data analysis - Any tips? opendata 213 1
2014-08-29-18:18:00 Is there a complete list of CS papers? compsci 215 2
2014-08-29-18:16:04 Is there a complete list of CS papers? compsci 511 1
2014-08-22-02:02:20 Ftrace: The hidden light switch [x-post /r/linux_programming] kernel 700 1
2014-08-22-01:33:24 How to Use SQLAlchemy Magic to Cut Peak Memory and Server Costs in Half Python 115 1
2014-08-21-08:43:21 SSL module improvements land for Python 2.7 Python 182 3
2014-08-19-20:58:34 How to Use SQLAlchemy Magic to Cut Peak Memory and Server Costs in Half Python 504 1
2014-08-15-13:16:05 Can someone write a book on learning Calculus with Python? Python 394 -1
2014-08-15-13:09:05 TA for AI class in University. Please suggest interesting exercises, readings, videos or concepts to generate interest! MachineLearning 563 1
2014-08-15-12:55:51 Vim keybindings in IPython notebook Python 37 1
2014-08-15-12:29:34 Can someone write a book on learning Calculus with Python? Python 1209 -1
2014-08-14-16:43:57 [Python-ideas] Proposal: Use mypy syntax for function annotations Python 1899 2
2014-08-14-09:35:36 [Python-ideas] Proposal: Use mypy syntax for function annotations Python 255 3
2014-08-13-02:57:01 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 157 1
2014-08-13-02:56:33 Is it possible to produce graphene out of air? graphene 232 1
2014-08-12-04:14:53 Pandas with numba? pystats 318 1
2014-08-11-02:06:22 Resources for learning about ensemble learning? MachineLearning 389 -2
2014-08-06-17:37:39 Mouse with tmux vim 172 2
2014-08-07-00:32:40 How to install with pip directly from GitHub? Python 1457 0
2014-08-07-00:25:29 How many miles can you drive on one hour's wages? 100 years of data in one chart Economics 1054 3
2014-08-06-16:47:05 How to install with pip directly from GitHub? Python 1540 1
2014-08-06-00:13:05 IPython Notebook with interactive plots: Extracting the Impact Factor for a few journals Python 1426 1
2014-08-05-00:56:47 TIL "Critical Thinking" is a skill for which there are procedures todayilearned 303 0
2014-08-05-07:13:25 TIL "Critical Thinking" is a skill for which there are procedures todayilearned 648 1
2014-08-05-06:56:22 Would AI bring with it free fully accredited one-on-one personal education for anyone with a desire to learn? singularity 1695 1
2014-08-05-04:30:23 Critique on a common design pattern of mine i've noticed... Python 3155 1
2014-08-05-03:55:58 Can we get a gigantic sticky for /r/learnpython? Python 95 1
2014-08-04-19:08:40 Asynchronous I/O made easy - very detailed and illustrated article about gevent Python 1339 1
2014-08-04-17:56:10 Newbie here wanting to learn about devops. What are the first things I should look at and try to learn devops 828 2
2014-08-04-17:45:03 What's the difference between RDF, linked data and LDA (linked data api)? semanticweb 622 3
2014-08-04-17:40:09 What's the difference between RDF, linked data and LDA (linked data api)? semanticweb 1489 3
2014-08-04-01:45:32 List of useful libraries for "Data Science" in Python Python 111 1
2014-07-30-20:45:01 Markov Chains - A visual explanation statistics 145 1
2014-07-28-01:40:25 Help me move from R to python! Python 3736 4
2014-07-27-17:01:21 New-ish Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy article on Computational Linguistics compling 299 0
2014-07-27-22:05:35 How closely connected are computational linguistics and information theory? compling 2147 1
2014-07-18-00:52:24 One-liner for chaining functions, anyone have suggestions for making it shorter/better? Python 753 1
2014-07-16-21:27:16 CS major jumping into introductory statistics - can anyone recommend data sets to work on? datasets 897 1
2014-07-16-03:28:28 Best way to prepare myself for discrete mathematics and probability theory? compsci 357 1
2014-07-16-00:44:15 How to use Python for statistical analysis?? statistics 3902 5
2014-07-15-19:56:31 Is deploying Python really this frustrating? Python 96 -1
2014-07-15-05:23:18 I'm a CS Masters student working in Data Mining. I need help developing statistical rigor in my lab. statistics 1112 2
2014-07-15-04:27:04 Is deploying Python really this frustrating? Python 415 1
2014-07-15-04:24:47 Is deploying Python really this frustrating? Python 765 2
2014-07-12-14:58:17 About Feature Scaling and Normalization and the effect of standardization for machine learning algorithms pystats 405 0
2014-07-05-21:25:13 Scientific Updating as a Social Process cogsci 433 0
2014-07-05-20:34:02 Learning Python for new job, tips? Python 911 2
2014-07-05-11:30:32 Science programmers: I need to analyse a diet & symptom log for possible causal relationships Python 2393 1
2014-07-05-09:07:30 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 703 1
2014-07-05-01:32:47 Science programmers: I need to analyse a diet & symptom log for possible causal relationships Python 5730 1
2014-07-04-06:58:52 A booklist for someone interested in Applied Mathematics without knowing ~any Mathematics? math 1207 0
2014-07-01-15:09:57 Are there PhD programs at any universities studying data science using functional programming? datascience 333 1
2014-07-01-18:00:17 Schema.org: Introducing 'Role' semanticweb 427 1
2014-07-01-17:52:02 New State of Matter Discovered science 452 7
2014-07-01-17:47:16 " Graph the data. If you cannot see the effect with your bare eyes, it's not worth caring about." Valid statement? statistics 1307 1
2014-07-01-17:14:16 Pandas with numba? pystats 993 2
2014-07-01-16:59:43 Are there PhD programs at any universities studying data science using functional programming? datascience 910 3
2014-06-29-23:46:24 A comparison of Go to Rust and Haskell rust 37 3
2014-06-29-01:31:59 Before launching a website, what's your general go-to list of requirements before going live? webdev 142 12
2014-06-28-18:13:58 kahun/awesome-sysadmin - A curated list of amazingly awesome open source sysadmin resources devops 147 0
2014-06-29-01:12:05 What are some funny ways to answer a call? AskReddit 66 1
2014-06-29-00:46:14 watermark - an IPython magic function to conveniently add date- and time-stamps and various system info to IPython notebooks Python 327 1
2014-06-28-17:37:31 Sea salt can replace solar panel component for 0.3% the cost RenewableEnergy 339 1
2014-06-27-12:22:00 Structural Equation Modeling - Help choosing the right model specifications statistics 161 1
2014-06-27-12:13:23 Structural Equation Modeling - Help choosing the right model specifications statistics 2766 1
2014-06-23-05:43:01 Structural Equation Modeling - Help choosing the right model specifications statistics 1143 1
2014-06-22-11:00:55 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 3503 1
2014-06-22-17:06:55 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 1812 2
2014-06-22-11:17:52 What is required to work as an entry level data scientist/engineer? MachineLearning 1423 1
2014-06-22-10:24:25 Wealth of machine learning and artificial intelligence material by Russell (University of California) & Norvig (Google) MachineLearning 155 1
2014-06-22-10:21:07 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 2134 1
2014-06-22-03:33:30 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 190 2
2014-06-22-03:20:33 What is the difference between data mining, statistics, machine learning and AI? statistics 700 1
2014-06-21-22:05:20 What is the difference between data mining, statistics, machine learning and AI? statistics 342 1
2014-06-21-21:49:44 Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once? statistics 1219 0
2014-06-21-10:05:19 What is the biggest misconception that people still today believe? AskReddit 161 1
2014-06-20-17:30:57 Binstar is out of beta Python 1366 1
2014-06-20-17:15:30 Python a toy language? Python 2078 2
2014-06-19-00:40:50 reddit changes: individual up/down vote counts no longer visible, "% like it" closer to reality, major improvements to "controversial" sorting announcements 205 4
2014-06-18-15:58:34 How should I go about creating a file structure and CSV based on a SQL query? Python 293 1
2014-06-17-13:04:35 We still don’t know how to eliminate the severe cancer risk of an Earth to Mars mission, says Peter Guida, the head of the NASA Space Radiation Lab. space 108 3
2014-06-17-13:04:05 We still don’t know how to eliminate the severe cancer risk of an Earth to Mars mission, says Peter Guida, the head of the NASA Space Radiation Lab. space 58 1
2014-06-15-02:29:08 UMLS and the new OpenFDA APIs? medicalprogramming 169 1
2014-06-15-02:26:36 Opportunities for integration with Open Annotation Data Model (W3C Community Draft) medicalprogramming 260 1
2014-06-15-02:23:47 UMLS and the new OpenFDA APIs? medicalprogramming 3256 1
2014-06-14-10:28:17 Welcome To The Bizarre World Of Purity Balls - For those unfamiliar with the ritual, a purity ball is a religious ceremony in which fathers and daughters dress up in ball gown attire, spend a night of dinner and dancing together, and end the evening with a vow to abstain from sex until marriage. creepy 42 1
2014-06-14-02:35:46 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 464 1
2014-06-14-01:30:49 Dixon's Q test to identify outliers for small sample sizes (in an IPython notebook) pystats 279 1
2014-06-14-01:26:49 Useful and short video series on Logical Connectives. algorithms 159 1
2014-06-14-01:09:35 Employees sue company claiming they were forced to say “I love you” to managers and participate in religious activities at work news 36 1
2014-06-14-00:44:54 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 207 1
2014-06-14-00:43:07 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 1482 1
2014-06-14-00:04:04 Why does python lack nested scopes? (a la blocks in C, or scheme's "let" statements) Python 102 1
2014-06-13-13:37:02 Why does python lack nested scopes? (a la blocks in C, or scheme's "let" statements) Python 742 1
2014-06-13-13:15:03 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 58 0
2014-06-13-08:29:30 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 312 0
2014-06-13-04:12:23 Open-source operating system for netbook without internet? compsci 201 1
2014-06-13-03:56:41 Frequentism and Bayesianism II: When Results Differ - Jake Vanderplas IPython 1537 1
2014-06-13-03:52:28 Frequentism and Bayesianism II: When Results Differ - Jake Vanderplas IPython 643 1
2014-06-13-02:58:09 CoreOS enables warehouse-scale computing on top of a minimal, modern operating system. devops 117 1
2014-06-13-02:36:07 Why does python lack nested scopes? (a la blocks in C, or scheme's "let" statements) Python 2717 1
2014-06-13-02:30:34 Why does python lack nested scopes? (a la blocks in C, or scheme's "let" statements) Python 175 1
2014-06-13-01:25:57 A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth's surface. science 149 1
2014-06-13-00:58:30 Saw this "Judgmental Map" on facebook. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts. Omaha 1033 0
2014-06-12-20:03:39 'Cool' kids at school are more likely to do worse in later life - "Pseudomature behaviour may not simply predict future problems, but may also predict the development of more serious adjustment problems over long periods of time" science 241 -1
2014-06-12-19:58:17 Cross-platform Rust Rewrite of the GNU Coreutils programming 295 -1
2014-06-12-05:07:59 TIL that Grit is suggested as a sixth personality trait todayilearned 1587 1
2014-06-12-04:58:58 What will people 100 years from now write TILs about? AskReddit 322 1
2014-06-12-01:58:53 Nebraska legislative panel seeks defined 'vision' for education system (survey link) Omaha 556 1
2014-06-11-15:17:40 is it better to install AMP on OSX or LAMP on my apple mac mini for the purpose of hosting emails and a few websites ?? webdev 125 1
2014-06-11-02:18:48 Last week there was a beautiful visual proof for Sum of Squares. Here's my attempt at one for Sum of Cubes. math 143 2
2014-06-11-02:04:42 Click 1.0 Released — the microframework for command line applications ;-) Python 191 1
2014-06-11-01:26:56 "After years of looking at the data, Google has found that College GPA and transcripts are almost worthless in hiring." news 231 1
2014-06-11-01:14:43 I made a minimal app that plays any YouTube playlist like a TV station, in sync with anyone who views the URL. webdev 145 0
2014-06-11-01:02:10 Ideas for first project for econometric/statistical analysis? pystats 2843 1
2014-06-11-00:28:34 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 242 1
2014-06-11-00:24:40 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 2156 1
2014-06-10-08:57:18 Red supergiant replaced its core with a neutron star science 241 -2
2014-06-10-08:21:27 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 790 1
2014-06-10-08:17:57 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 900 1
2014-06-10-08:15:03 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 1096 1
2014-06-10-08:07:22 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 1539 1
2014-06-10-02:51:03 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 146 1
2014-06-10-01:17:22 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 1375 1
2014-06-10-00:59:57 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 807 1
2014-06-10-00:56:41 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 467 2
2014-06-10-00:51:36 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 1882 2
2014-06-10-00:33:30 Regular expression for URLs Python 117 1
2014-06-09-23:53:51 How are Nebraska curriculum standards different from Common Core? Omaha 306 3
2014-06-09-23:41:29 Why should Nebraska share online courses as MOOCs? Nebraska 157 1
2014-06-09-23:39:52 Why should Nebraska share online courses as MOOCs? (x-post from /r/Nebraska) Omaha 157 1
2014-06-09-21:40:07 Why should Nebraska share online courses as MOOCs? Nebraska 249 1
2014-06-09-21:39:37 Why should Nebraska share online courses as MOOCs? (x-post from /r/Nebraska) Omaha 281 1
2014-06-09-21:23:24 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 225 1
2014-06-09-21:20:45 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 543 1
2014-06-09-19:24:23 A cheat sheet for Numeric matrix manipulation including my favorite: Python NumPy Python 37 2
2014-06-09-19:19:55 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 369 1
2014-06-09-19:17:45 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 792 2
2014-06-09-19:11:24 dependency_links will go. How to deal with non-PyPi VCS dependencies? Python 418 1
2014-06-09-02:47:43 What are your favorite scientific misconceptions in movies? AskReddit 163 4
2014-06-09-02:45:31 What are your favorite scientific misconceptions in movies? AskReddit 143 4
2014-06-07-16:16:44 What If Hospitals Gave Patients Electronic Access To Their Therapists' Notes? [X-Post from /r/neurodiversity] psychology 251 -1
2014-06-07-15:44:22 Our quest for self-esteem is out of control: Why We All Need an Antidote to Optimism psychology 485 2
2014-06-07-15:30:12 Is There a Role for Carbohydrate Restriction in the Treatment and Prevention of Cancer? ketoscience 315 1
2014-06-07-15:27:31 Prolonged Fasting Reduces IGF-1/PKA to Promote Hematopoietic-Stem-Cell-Based Regeneration and Reverse Immunosuppression (2014) gerontology 119 1
2014-06-06-22:59:51 Can you know yourself? If you can, then you can design strong ai. If you cannot, you cannot. A theory... artificial 3426 2
2014-06-05-04:24:29 Wikipedia vs Peer-Reviewed Medical Literature for Information About the 10 Most Costly Medical Conditions TL;DR -- 9/10 articles contained errors science 111 1
2014-06-05-04:13:43 subprocess.call and automation Python 205 3
2014-06-04-00:25:08 What have you recently *removed* from your Vim configuration? vim 37 1
2014-06-03-08:48:28 Sorry for such a basic question here: Could someone explain how matrix/array broadcasting works in numpy? pystats 791 1
2014-06-01-02:03:03 Going to start learning vim, pretty overwhelmed! vim 93 3
2014-05-30-09:49:09 How do you download stock market data for analysis? personalfinance 291 1
2014-05-29-10:50:01 Thoughts on using Python in distributed enterprise solutions? Python 1776 1
2014-05-28-22:15:14 New breed of solar cells: Quantum-dot photovoltaics set new record for efficiency in such devices science 127 1
2014-05-28-22:11:14 The cost of a college degree has risen by 1,120% since 1978 -- far outpacing increases in food, health care and housing prices. As a result, we have more than $1.1 trillion in student loan debt, and 7 million Americans are in default on their student loans (more than 270 days late on a payment). politics 260 1
2014-05-28-07:42:59 Thoughts on using Python in distributed enterprise solutions? Python 250 0
2014-05-28-07:25:04 Thoughts on using Python in distributed enterprise solutions? Python 3082 0
2014-05-28-03:13:57 Schools in California that offer a degree in MIS? business 121 1
2014-05-27-02:22:05 TIL Hypothes.is is built with Pyramid (OpenAnnotation) Pyramid 138 1
2014-05-27-02:21:46 TIL Hypothes.is is built with Pyramid (OpenAnnotation) Pyramid 111 1
2014-05-27-02:03:04 Why is type checking not "pythonic"? Python 117 2
2014-05-26-23:36:48 Why is type checking not "pythonic"? Python 127 7
2014-05-26-23:33:05 Learning python: does it matter if I prefer to use while and for loops? Python 405 2
2014-05-25-23:00:25 Best place to learn Python Python 137 4
2014-05-25-19:13:46 What's one TED Talk (or equivalent) that everyone should watch, and why? AskReddit 37 1
2014-05-25-18:57:09 If I shine a flashlight at Mars, does a small amount of the light actually reach it? askscience 37 1
2014-05-25-00:11:29 Cox To Offer 1GHz Service by the End of the Year and Double Preferred and Premier Speeds Omaha 446 2
2014-05-24-23:51:54 Cox To Offer 1GHz Service by the End of the Year and Double Preferred and Premier Speeds Omaha 287 1
2014-05-24-23:22:44 How can I automatically generate a UML diagram from Python code? Python 600 1
2014-05-24-21:59:42 Female ‘A’ Students End Up Making Less Than Male ‘C’ Students news 218 1
2014-05-24-10:34:51 Setting up a project correctly for publishing on PyPi and Github using Conda Python 442 1
2014-05-24-10:30:18 How can I do a self-assessment on my Python proficiency for my resume? Python 166 1
2014-05-16-00:41:44 Real-time fuzzy matching in the command line? vim 360 1
2014-05-15-21:15:11 Real-time fuzzy matching in the command line? vim 190 1
2014-05-14-00:49:02 Create asyncio web application with pyramid Python 323 1
2014-05-10-01:24:03 Interactive vim cheat sheet vim 105 2
2014-05-10-01:12:06 Content aggregation website for asyncio Python 362 1
2014-05-10-01:07:09 Content aggregation website for asyncio Python 399 1
2014-04-28-12:14:53 TIL about zero_buffer Python 207 2
2014-04-28-12:13:10 Github for data dumps? semanticweb 935 2
2014-04-26-08:37:38 From Source to Code: How CPython's Compiler Works (PyCon CA 2013) Python 116 1
2014-04-26-08:02:45 Controlling for Concussion, TBI, CTE (and PTSD): Complications of traumatic brain injury psychology 311 1
2014-04-26-08:02:11 Controlling for Concussion, TBI, CTE (and PTSD): Complications of traumatic brain injury psychology 389 1
2014-04-26-07:26:26 What should be included in a freshman 'Mathematics for computer programmers' course? compsci 445 1
2014-04-25-23:55:01 TIL about zero_buffer Python 245 1
2014-04-25-23:37:27 The Python 2.3 Method Resolution Order (C3 Linearization) Python 137 2
2014-04-25-23:34:57 From Source to Code: How CPython's Compiler Works (PyCon CA 2013) Python 3831 4
2014-04-25-23:23:36 From Source to Code: How CPython's Compiler Works (PyCon CA 2013) Python 350 2
2014-04-25-22:54:19 Artificial intelligence and insight on Hofstadter's introspective process. artificial 1171 1
2014-04-16-04:04:49 How 'DevOps' Is Killing The Developer programming 1461 2
2014-04-13-02:24:33 If Google promoted you to head of special projects with unlimited budget, what would be your first project? AskReddit 163 1
2014-04-13-02:23:12 If Google promoted you to head of special projects with unlimited budget, what would be your first project? AskReddit 375 1
2014-04-13-01:12:21 [Request] Looking for some guidance on how to best go about ranking US states. MachineLearning 323 0
2014-04-13-00:17:57 Pelini brings his cat onto the field during the Tunnel Walk Omaha 217 3
2014-04-13-00:14:29 [Request] Looking for some guidance on how to best go about ranking US states. MachineLearning 634 1
2014-04-12-16:54:01 A dataset that ranks countries based on healthcare with a quantitative system? datasets 901 1
2014-04-11-04:04:27 5 ★ Open Data : Costs and Benefits for Linked Open Data opendata 715 1
2014-04-10-00:45:14 Pyramid 1.5 final released Python 65 4
2014-04-01-23:21:43 RFC: Reproducible Statistics and Linked Data? semanticweb 5802 1
2014-04-01-22:36:09 RFC: Reproducible Statistics and Linked Data? semanticweb 446 1
2014-04-01-22:22:05 Why is pandas so hard? Python 143 1
2014-04-01-22:20:23 Why is pandas so hard? Python 1045 1
2014-04-01-06:40:58 RFC: Reproducible Statistics and Linked Data? semanticweb 176 1
2014-04-01-06:17:31 Python IDE similar to RStudio? pystats 285 1
2014-04-01-05:58:47 What kind of computer-based skills do I need to learn to be a good research assistant/graduate school candidate? AcademicPsychology 2528 1
2014-03-29-22:06:47 CS PhD with academic experience only, what are some of the skills I should invest to become hire-able Python 7434 5
2014-03-29-09:13:57 Design flaws in task queue frameworks - Wichert Akkerman Python 4148 2
2014-03-28-03:46:23 5 ★ Open Data : Costs and Benefits for Linked Open Data datascience 325 1
2014-03-28-03:46:11 5 ★ Open Data : Costs and Benefits for Linked Open Data datascience 249 1
2014-03-27-21:55:10 Implement "hook" support for package signature verification. · Issue #1035 · pypa/pip · GitHub Python 232 1
2014-03-27-21:28:08 What is the proper way to mix regular python usage, pip, and GitHub? Python 1597 5
2014-03-27-03:46:31 Multi-party quantum communication now possible, physicists demonstrate cogsci 145 1
2014-03-27-03:36:38 Question about Bayesian Statistics statistics 2266 1
2014-03-27-03:30:18 I'm a student interested in the Data Science field, any tips? datascience 2329 1
2014-03-27-03:18:51 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 105 1
2014-03-27-02:33:28 What are some future techs that actually have a shot of becoming a reality? Futurology 163 1
2014-03-24-02:08:18 "How does knowledge lead to action?" artificial 2986 1
2014-03-24-01:26:02 Artificial intelligence and insight on Hofstadter's introspective process. artificial 2694 1
2014-03-23-22:34:06 Principles of good data analysis datascience 270 1
2014-03-23-21:35:31 Is anyone here in Desktop support that uses Python at work? Python 718 0
2014-03-23-21:29:34 Is anyone here in Desktop support that uses Python at work? Python 219 2
2014-03-23-21:05:17 Is anyone here in Desktop support that uses Python at work? Python 483 1
2014-03-23-21:02:58 Is anyone here in Desktop support that uses Python at work? Python 761 1
2014-03-23-03:18:48 (x-post) How to visualize non-exclusive categorical data? AcademicPsychology 529 2
2014-03-22-12:48:26 Explain it to me like I'm five: asyncio Python 2171 2
2014-03-20-22:57:44 AI, The Internet of Things, And The Brave Little Toaster singularity 284 -1
2014-03-20-22:35:41 AI, The Internet of Things, And The Brave Little Toaster singularity 1428 -5
2014-03-20-21:42:58 Math classes most applicable to theoretical computer science and AI? math 1218 1
2014-03-20-19:49:48 The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage: The truth is that there is little credible evidence of the claimed widespread shortages in the U.S. science and engineering workforce. Economics 146 1
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2014-03-20-11:46:25 Introducing openFDA : Open RESTful APIs for Adverse Events, Product Recalls, and Product Labeling psychology 255 1
2014-03-20-11:43:54 5 ★ Open Data : Costs and Benefits for Linked Open Data opendata 325 1
2014-03-20-11:42:54 BibTeX, RDF, and Citations: PDF or HTML? semanticweb 139 1
2014-03-20-11:36:29 Introducing openFDA : Open RESTful APIs for Adverse Events, Product Recalls, and Product Labeling medicine 1738 1
2014-03-20-11:31:22 Introducing openFDA : Open RESTful APIs for Adverse Events, Product Recalls, and Product Labeling medicine 89 1
2014-03-20-09:20:57 The Myth of the Science and Engineering Shortage: The truth is that there is little credible evidence of the claimed widespread shortages in the U.S. science and engineering workforce. Economics 2667 1
2014-03-20-08:19:35 Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles - Human Understandable and Machine-Actionable opendata 253 1
2014-03-18-21:13:37 [Request] Longitudinal Data on Broadband speeds and number of ISPs in the United States down to state or even county level. datasets 360 1
2014-03-18-21:08:37 How to upgrade python packages that are installed by root, without sudo access? Python 1283 2
2014-03-18-14:20:37 [Request] Longitudinal Data on Broadband speeds and number of ISPs in the United States down to state or even county level. datasets 2059 1
2014-03-18-01:05:52 PLoS - largest scientific journal in the world - now requires that authors must make all data publicly available, without restriction, immediately upon publication of the article science 237 1
2014-03-18-00:42:15 Hypothes.is - The Revolution Will Be Annotated semanticweb 510 1
2014-03-18-00:37:03 Open Annotation Data Model - W3C Community Draft (RDF) semanticweb 122 1
2014-03-18-00:35:01 Open Annotation Data Model - W3C Community Draft (RDF) semanticweb 627 2
2014-03-18-00:33:07 Open Annotation Data Model - W3C Community Draft (RDF) semanticweb 2908 1
2014-03-18-00:26:33 Hypothes.is - The Revolution Will Be Annotated semanticweb 218 1
2014-03-18-00:24:05 Hypothes.is - The Revolution Will Be Annotated semanticweb 286 1
2014-03-16-11:12:48 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 1468 1
2014-03-16-11:10:24 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 588 1
2014-03-16-11:08:25 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 1623 1
2014-03-16-10:49:16 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 308 1
2014-03-16-10:41:43 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 65 1
2014-03-16-10:40:52 I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting. Python 309 1
2014-03-13-22:36:30 Cornice: A REST Framework for Pyramid Pyramid 258 1
2014-03-13-22:32:19 Cornice: A REST Framework for Pyramid Pyramid 139 2
2014-03-13-22:29:07 Pyramid Tutorials — The Pyramid Tutorials v0.1 Pyramid 139 1
2014-03-13-22:28:44 Pyramid Cookbook — The Pyramid Cookbook v0.1 Pyramid 137 1
2014-03-13-06:07:24 Trying to get Python interpreter to recognize a command we give it IPython 305 1
2014-03-13-05:58:05 Pyramid resources Python 65 1
2014-03-11-22:17:57 Discover client used for remote SSH sessions? linuxadmin 339 1
2014-03-11-22:03:35 What is the AP Computer Science A test like? compsci 243 1
2014-03-11-21:51:41 Several FDA-approved anti-cancer drugs induce stem cell tumors: Using a new approach to systematically test chemotherapy drugs in an unusual animal model, a research team reports that several have a serious side effect - Inducing hyperproliferation in stem cells - that could lead to tumor recurrence science 159 1
2014-03-10-09:13:53 Is it my imagination or is IPython setup kind of awkward? IPython 1715 1
2014-03-10-05:35:04 Markdown Editor with Live Preview ideasfortheadmins 362 1
2014-03-10-05:21:28 Markdown Editor with Live Preview ideasfortheadmins 164 1
2014-03-10-05:19:22 Markdown Editor with Live Preview ideasfortheadmins 74 1
2014-03-10-05:18:54 Markdown Editor with Live Preview redditdev 74 1
2014-03-10-05:13:33 Markdown Editor with Live Preview ideasfortheadmins 112 1
2014-03-10-04:56:04 Markdown Editor with Live Preview redditdev 45 2
2014-03-10-01:01:38 Is it my imagination or is IPython setup kind of awkward? IPython 4857 2
2014-03-09-05:14:55 Is it my imagination or is IPython setup kind of awkward? IPython 6428 1
2014-03-08-20:20:30 My simple typecheck decorator - do other people use something like this? Python 465 3
2014-03-08-04:07:51 Controlling for Diet: "Food Labeling: Revision of the Nutrition and Supplement Facts Labels" [FDA] (comment period open until Jun 2 2014) psychology 285 1
2014-03-08-03:46:41 What types of jobs are available for a student with a master's in I/O Psychology IOPsychology 1385 0
2014-03-07-05:27:16 What are some good, recent books on the semantic web? semanticweb 117 2
2014-03-06-21:37:03 If random data is incompressible, is incompressible data indistinguishable from random data? compsci 201 1
2014-03-06-12:37:11 Acetaminophen(Tylenol) Reduces Social Pain science 1619 1
2014-03-06-04:32:26 MIT chemists devise a reaction that traps carbon dioxide and turns it into something useful. science 561 1
2014-03-06-04:18:12 Organizing Schema for Algorithms and Data Structures compsci 627 2
2014-03-06-04:07:59 WebOb and Werkzeug compared Python 343 1
2014-03-05-23:50:31 WebOb and Werkzeug compared Python 569 2
2014-03-05-23:46:21 One liner to read a file without the newline character Python 496 2
2014-03-05-23:43:21 One liner to read a file without the newline character Python 382 1
2014-03-05-16:04:16 Can any existing Machine Learning structures perfectly emulate recursive functions like the Fibonacci sequence? MachineLearning 283 4
2014-03-04-23:54:05 FDA proposes updates to Nutrition Facts label on food packages designthought 2879 1
2014-03-02-21:45:00 The Fourth Bubble in the Data Science Venn Diagram: Social Sciences (DSA) psychology 877 1
2014-03-02-21:34:52 The Fourth Bubble in the Data Science Venn Diagram: Social Sciences (DSA) psychology 247 1
2014-03-02-20:46:07 Statistical data -- to zip or not to zip? Python 321 1
2014-03-02-03:01:53 Built-in http server or framework Python 332 2
2014-03-02-02:57:46 Built-in http server or framework Python 989 1
2014-03-01-07:01:24 What do you recommend to read to start web scraping? Python 259 1
2014-03-01-02:51:20 Struggling with RDF, OWL, and ontology concepts semanticweb 8673 1
2014-03-01-00:47:20 BibTeX, RDF, and Citations: PDF or HTML? semanticweb 5164 1
2014-02-28-23:55:42 Will data scientists be automated away? datascience 456 2
2014-02-28-23:41:06 Joint Declaration of Data Citation Principles - Human Understandable and Machine-Actionable semanticweb 275 1
2014-02-28-23:30:40 Will data scientists be automated away? datascience 2723 1
2014-02-28-23:15:25 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLoS) datascience 961 1
2014-02-28-23:15:07 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLoS) datascience 711 1
2014-02-26-05:49:36 Pint: a Python units library (with NumPy support) Python 480 2
2014-02-26-03:04:56 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 234 1
2014-02-26-02:59:31 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 171 1
2014-02-26-02:58:39 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 269 1
2014-02-26-02:57:08 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 411 2
2014-02-25-22:44:19 PLoS - largest scientific journal in the world - now requires that authors must make all data publicly available, without restriction, immediately upon publication of the article science 469 1
2014-02-25-22:06:56 PLoS - largest scientific journal in the world - now requires that authors must make all data publicly available, without restriction, immediately upon publication of the article science 3321 1
2014-02-25-21:53:54 PLoS - largest scientific journal in the world - now requires that authors must make all data publicly available, without restriction, immediately upon publication of the article science 7750 1
2014-02-21-17:38:14 What are folks using for unit, mock, and integration testing on modern production projects? Python 231 2
2014-02-21-15:26:55 Correlation is evidence of causation statistics 216 1
2014-02-21-08:07:27 Can't run IPython Notebook (Windows, non-ascii characters) IPython 620 2
2014-02-21-06:59:07 Correlation is evidence of causation statistics 300 1
2014-02-20-23:55:42 What should I be minoring in as an undergrad majoring in Statistics? statistics 1370 1
2014-02-20-22:45:00 I'm looking for a good statistics review or instructional site for AP Statistics. statistics 1223 1
2014-02-20-22:27:12 After combing through the health records of 1.3 million people over 10 years, researchers found an unusual link between cat bites and depression science 746 1
2014-02-20-23:03:33 Correlation is evidence of causation statistics 347 1
2014-02-20-22:53:28 Correlation is evidence of causation statistics 194 1
2014-02-20-22:02:03 Correlation is evidence of causation statistics 92 1
2014-02-20-12:33:29 Looking for any large dataset of 1 million+ records datasets 1072 2
2014-02-19-18:41:17 Reference list for pandas operations? Python 169 3
2014-02-19-18:35:53 The Redesigned Python.org Python 232 3
2014-02-19-15:26:57 UNO PKI Engineering Omaha 653 1
2014-02-17-18:46:00 readline alternatives? Python 111 1
2014-02-17-18:45:24 Study finds switching buses and trucks from traditional diesel fuel to natural gas could actually harm the planet’s climate. science 540 3
2014-02-17-17:16:39 readline alternatives? Python 1458 1
2014-02-17-16:14:10 Hey Datascientists! Do you use version control? datascience 160 2
2014-02-17-16:11:36 Hey Datascientists! Do you use version control? datascience 572 1
2014-02-17-12:20:09 readline alternatives? Python 189 2
2014-02-17-13:19:26 Schema: How to classify a FAQ? semanticweb 138 1
2014-02-16-21:26:56 Schema: Is there a benefit to having multiple Schema "types" in one listing? semanticweb 689 1
2014-02-16-21:20:47 Schema: How to classify a FAQ? semanticweb 2242 1
2014-02-15-21:29:13 Do any of you work with OWL files? if so which editors do you like? artificial 520 3
2014-02-15-21:11:42 Newbie knows python- Learn numpy + py libraries or Julia lang + py libraries? datascience 1400 1
2014-02-15-17:44:48 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) statistics 291 1
2014-02-15-17:30:18 You have 30 minutes to teach business folk about data science - go datascience 6261 1
2014-02-14-05:32:42 Interesting concept for sphinx-style type checking decorator library Python 211 2
2014-02-13-22:51:16 Data sets to 'practise' with while studying machine learning? MachineLearning 113 1
2014-02-13-17:08:56 Data sets to 'practise' with while studying machine learning? MachineLearning 1067 2
2014-02-13-02:45:35 How to make python fun for teenagers at school? Python 802 1
2014-02-12-00:15:37 The other kind of software debt - competence debt programming 3025 1
2014-02-11-22:53:53 HTTP/2.0 For Python Python 519 1
2014-02-11-22:38:45 HTTP/2.0 For Python Python 611 2
2014-02-11-22:26:52 Should I take the AP Computer Science test? compsci 1113 1
2014-02-11-21:40:39 What version of python should I use to learn on. I'm taking the MIT open course ware. Python 1916 1
2014-02-11-01:58:21 Vim + Latex + github setup for beginner. vim 2626 2
2014-02-10-23:08:56 Web Scraping: Beyond BeautifulSoup Python 259 2
2014-02-08-05:10:00 Python IDE similar to RStudio? pystats 855 0
2014-02-08-04:54:22 If you could change something in Python what would it be? Python 268 2
2014-02-08-04:50:03 If you could change something in Python what would it be? Python 1339 2
2014-02-08-04:40:32 If you could change something in Python what would it be? Python 251 1
2014-02-08-04:14:17 If you could change something in Python what would it be? Python 260 1
2014-02-08-03:42:40 Economics Simulation - Peter Norvig IPython 235 2
2014-02-04-13:53:42 Let's make a best practice boilerplate for 2.7 + 3.3 python packages. Python 205 1
2014-02-04-13:51:27 Let's make a best practice boilerplate for 2.7 + 3.3 python packages. Python 373 2
2014-02-03-16:30:32 Best free Project Management Software for Software Development? softwaredevelopment 1308 2
2014-02-03-04:45:48 Caffeine use disorder - a widespread health problem that needs more attention: A recent study indicates that more people are dependent on caffeine than anything else; they suffer withdrawal symptoms and are unable to reduce caffeine consumption even when a health condition necessitates it science 212 0
2014-02-02-20:30:34 In a study of congenitally blind children who underwent surgery to restore vision, researchers have found that the brain can learn to "see" much later in life than previously thought. science 132 1
2014-02-03-03:41:29 Let developers develop: how to deal with overly detailed project management rotting your soul programming 463 3
2014-02-03-03:04:14 Let developers develop: how to deal with overly detailed project management rotting your soul programming 618 -2
2014-02-02-11:00:45 RDFLib-jsonld - JSON-LD Linked Data parser and serializer Python 335 2
2014-02-02-11:53:51 Manu Sporny: JSON-LD and Why I Hate the Semantic Web semanticweb 1134 1
2014-02-02-11:49:17 ELI5 why most semantic web libraries I've found online are for object-oriented languages. semanticweb 115 1
2014-02-02-11:48:07 ELI5 why most semantic web libraries I've found online are for object-oriented languages. semanticweb 129 1
2014-01-29-11:16:52 Why Python is Powerful Enough for Google Python 911 5
2014-01-29-10:17:33 Updates of Kurzweil's Projections and Graphs singularity 257 1
2014-01-29-09:50:52 Why Python is Powerful Enough for Google Python 1409 2
2014-01-29-08:55:54 Why Python is Powerful Enough for Google Python 929 2
2014-01-28-20:34:58 Why Python is Powerful Enough for Google Python 116 2
2014-01-28-12:15:02 Why Python is Powerful Enough for Google Python 217 5
2014-01-25-23:05:41 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) pystats 494 1
2014-01-25-23:04:37 Automated Workflow Software sysadmin 52 1
2014-01-25-22:59:25 Code review for science: what Mozilla and PLOS Computational Biology learned putting code from scientific papers through formal code review compsci 108 1
2014-01-25-22:15:11 need to schedule oracle db extraction, want a front end to manage the scheduled tasks Python 1033 2
2014-01-25-18:10:29 need to schedule oracle db extraction, want a front end to manage the scheduled tasks Python 545 2
2014-01-25-05:41:11 How to test python code on multiple platforms? Python 791 2
2014-01-22-06:59:08 Web developer noob question: database? webdev 1886 1
2014-01-22-06:27:52 Economics Simulation (by Peter Norvig) programming 1757 1
2014-01-21-21:32:00 Where is the best looking library in Omaha? I'm looking for a good place to take engagement photos. Omaha 275 2
2014-01-21-21:15:23 Rosetta is awake! space 41 1
2014-01-21-20:53:08 Economics Simulation (by Peter Norvig) programming 230 3
2014-01-20-03:27:43 Data science degree (MS) online: Where? datascience 103 4
2014-01-20-00:14:53 (Ana)conda seems to have a nicely set up library for data analysis, and switching between python 2 and 3 environments is a breeze. Why should I keep using pip instead? Python 439 2
2014-01-20-00:04:42 Ideas for 4th year Computer Science Honours Project compsci 477 -3
2014-01-19-23:55:11 [AF] What's the best way to SECURELY store plaintext credentials serverside? flask 213 1
2014-01-19-21:17:28 New StackOverflow reddit bot, tell me if you think this would be helpful or annoying/spammy. redditdev 1364 2
2014-01-19-20:49:47 New StackOverflow reddit bot, tell me if you think this would be helpful or annoying/spammy. redditdev 64 6
2014-01-19-20:48:25 New StackOverflow reddit bot, tell me if you think this would be helpful or annoying/spammy. redditdev 1104 2
2014-01-19-10:08:04 I recently read about a tool for managing version numbers when cutting releases from a VCS. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called. Anybody know what it could have been? Python 1056 1
2014-01-19-08:33:06 I recently read about a tool for managing version numbers when cutting releases from a VCS. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called. Anybody know what it could have been? Python 262 1
2014-01-19-08:29:12 I recently read about a tool for managing version numbers when cutting releases from a VCS. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called. Anybody know what it could have been? Python 322 1
2014-01-16-16:54:53 SQLAlchemy and Race Conditions: Implementing `get_one_or_create()` Python 1095 1
2014-01-15-07:33:10 Additional resources for undergrad operating systems course? compsci 179 1
2014-01-15-07:23:31 Additional resources for undergrad operating systems course? compsci 180 2
2014-01-14-21:17:35 Is there a standard way to use namespace packages in python Python 183 2
2014-01-14-21:13:57 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 535 1
2014-01-14-21:08:00 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 272 1
2014-01-14-21:03:56 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 649 1
2014-01-14-21:03:16 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 227 1
2014-01-14-21:02:31 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 168 1
2014-01-14-10:54:44 A Python guide for open data file formats Python 141 1
2014-01-11-23:17:00 Difference between WSGI utilities and Web Servers. Python 1824 1
2014-01-11-00:40:54 why Python is steadily eating other languages’ lunch in scientific computing Python 576 1
2014-01-11-00:37:25 why Python is steadily eating other languages’ lunch in scientific computing Python 1461 1
2014-01-11-00:34:51 why Python is steadily eating other languages’ lunch in scientific computing Python 339 3
2014-01-11-00:26:35 Mozilla hacker et al teaches scientists to write maintainable code programming 483 4
2014-01-07-03:53:39 Is IPython Notebook ever used as an IDE, or merely for presentations? IPython 487 1
2014-01-05-15:54:19 Prosthetic Cornea x-post /r/pics Futurology 68 1
2014-01-04-22:28:29 Theoretical Computer Science Cheat Sheet (10 pgs) [PDF] compsci 280 1
2014-01-04-23:21:11 IPython-BeautifulSoup - integrate beautifulsoup in ipython notebook Python 76 2
2014-01-04-22:10:07 IPython-BeautifulSoup - integrate beautifulsoup in ipython notebook Python 613 1
2014-01-02-16:31:35 Readline vi mode: pkrumins/bash-vi-editing-mode-cheat-sheet (PDF, TEX, TXT) vim 515 1
2014-01-02-11:47:31 Readline vi mode: pkrumins/bash-vi-editing-mode-cheat-sheet (PDF, TEX, TXT) vim 114 1
2013-12-31-21:50:58 feedback on new build/command line tool Python 492 1
2013-12-30-19:43:15 Why do you use Pandas instead of SQL? Python 276 1
2013-12-30-18:51:45 Is there an equivalent to Feynman's Lectures on Physics for Computer Science? compsci 159 1
2013-12-30-17:12:24 I had no idea Vi-shortcuts existed in bash! vim 263 1
2013-12-30-13:39:25 If Mayor Stothert handed you a blank check to do any public works, park, etc. type project in the city of Omaha, what would you do? Omaha 183 2
2013-12-28-16:11:04 Chicago Makes Computer Science a Core Subject programming 183 2
2013-12-28-12:04:12 How to start a project with software development methods correctly? softwaredevelopment 1339 2
2013-12-27-01:51:06 Chicago Makes Computer Science a Core Subject programming 115 2
2013-12-26-22:44:05 Chicago Makes Computer Science a Core Subject programming 133 2
2013-12-26-12:28:23 Creativity is rejected: Teachers and bosses don’t value out-of-the-box thinking. IOPsychology 149 1
2013-12-23-21:32:52 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 1840 1
2013-12-23-21:08:28 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 206 -2
2013-12-23-20:32:50 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 338 -4
2013-12-23-19:13:15 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 180 -2
2013-12-23-20:04:17 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 168 -4
2013-12-23-18:44:22 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 2697 0
2013-12-23-17:56:18 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 178 -4
2013-12-23-16:49:49 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 2574 -2
2013-12-23-17:21:28 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 2334 -4
2013-12-23-16:46:29 “The big question is whether we should take trained computer scientists and teach them the hands-on bench science or whether we should take those physical and natural scientists and teach them CS.” compsci 229 1
2013-12-23-16:30:25 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 1304 -7
2013-12-23-16:10:23 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 71 -4
2013-12-23-15:50:08 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 990 -6
2013-12-23-14:33:27 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 1027 -6
2013-12-23-15:17:25 Congratulations r/Python! You are the SUBREDDIT OF THE DAY! Python 161 9
2013-12-23-15:05:27 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 663 -10
2013-12-23-14:42:16 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 1843 0
2013-12-23-14:29:47 High Schools Not Meeting STEM Demand: Only 9 states recognize CompSci as credit for graduation compsci 917 -7
2013-12-23-12:51:29 Anyone know what is happening at UNO? Omaha 214 0
2013-12-23-12:46:59 Omaha area students urge lawmakers to ban possession of shark fins Omaha 411 2
2013-12-23-11:21:43 Is there an algorithm that can be given a set of rules (a game like tic tac toe), then learn to play the game successfully? algorithms 37 1
2013-12-22-10:24:35 ENH: Linked Datasets (RDF) · Issue #3402 · pydata/pandas pystats 228 1
2013-12-22-09:22:33 ENH: Linked Datasets (RDF) · Issue #3402 · pydata/pandas pystats 77 1
2013-12-22-10:05:35 Only 2 per cent of professionals working in FOSS are women, compared to 28 per cent in proprietary software. Should the FSF care? freesoftware 1078 2
2013-12-21-13:20:22 How much code is there in the Python Package Index? Python 279 1
2013-12-21-13:09:52 What do you do to get around pypi flakiness? Python 72 1
2013-12-21-13:04:08 What do you do to get around pypi flakiness? Python 717 1
2013-12-21-12:47:05 Wordpress python alternative? Python 575 2
2013-12-19-15:34:05 Lets remove bundling urllib3 from requests Python 384 2
2013-12-19-11:26:25 Lets remove bundling urllib3 from requests Python 136 1
2013-12-19-11:19:39 Lets remove bundling urllib3 from requests Python 775 2
2013-12-19-10:06:48 Advanced Python Constructs Python 159 1
2013-12-19-11:01:29 Lets remove bundling urllib3 from requests Python 304 2
2013-12-19-10:54:42 Do you trust GitHub to host your code publicly, or worry that others would steal it? compsci 95 1
2013-12-19-10:41:35 Lets remove bundling urllib3 from requests Python 501 1
2013-12-18-12:25:05 Linked Data extensions for the Javascript MVC framework Backbone semanticweb 37 1
2013-12-18-06:00:02 For teaching purposes: What are some exceptionally well-coded Python modules? Python 201 1
2013-12-17-14:43:20 What will the post-Javascript era will be like? programming 317 -5
2013-12-17-15:13:36 What are the currently used standards in semantic webservices? semanticweb 786 1
2013-12-17-01:00:28 What are the currently used standards in semantic webservices? semanticweb 651 0
2013-12-16-23:54:21 Framework for real time stock analysis Python 403 1
2013-12-17-00:49:58 mod_wsgi slow to respond on a Raspberry Pi Python 196 2
2013-12-15-23:09:39 STL with Python/Pandas pystats 307 0
2013-12-12-10:34:15 W3C’s Semantic Web Activity Folds Into New Data Activity semanticweb 713 1
2013-12-10-05:58:35 Computer science exploration related to math? compsci 948 1
2013-12-10-04:10:24 Request from my company - Plots that they can manipulate in Power Point without me present pystats 195 1
2013-12-10-03:00:58 What makes Python static analysis hard and interesting Python 454 4
2013-12-10-01:06:41 pandas computational tools - covariance, correlation, ranking, rolling window, EW pystats 177 1
2013-12-09-16:33:02 pandas computational tools - covariance, correlation, ranking, rolling window, EW pystats 153 1
2013-12-09-03:30:44 Do any of you know of any good graphing calculator software? Preferably free and offline? It's for 8th graders who don't have access to actual graphing calculators or internet in the classroom. math 1202 1
2013-12-09-03:09:29 Do any of you know of any good graphing calculator software? Preferably free and offline? It's for 8th graders who don't have access to actual graphing calculators or internet in the classroom. math 295 1
2013-12-08-10:05:36 For employable purposes: What skills do I need to learn for making my Python knowledge useful within larger development teams? Python 839 1
2013-12-08-09:54:06 For employable purposes: What skills do I need to learn for making my Python knowledge useful within larger development teams? Python 3919 1
2013-12-08-09:52:52 For employable purposes: What skills do I need to learn for making my Python knowledge useful within larger development teams? Python 201 1
2013-12-08-01:46:18 pandas computational tools - covariance, correlation, ranking, rolling window, EW pystats 1448 1
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2013-12-04-10:06:44 Writing a web crawler... Python or R or something else? Python 239 1
2013-12-04-05:24:44 How does Data Mining work in Python? pystats 249 1
2013-12-04-05:23:47 A tutorial on statistical-learning for scientific data processing (sklean docs) pystats 1143 2
2013-12-04-05:12:08 SciPy 2013 Keynote: The New Scientific Publishers - Reproducibility (YouTube) pystats 256 1
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2013-12-04-05:03:08 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) pystats 961 2
2013-12-04-05:02:50 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) pystats 494 1
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2013-12-02-12:36:02 Mathematics for Computer Science PDF Book (November 2013) compsci 49 1
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2013-12-01-04:40:29 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) statistics 135 1
2013-12-01-04:28:18 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) statistics 961 1
2013-12-01-04:17:22 Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (PLOS) statistics 288 1
2013-12-01-04:07:01 RFC: Blinding, Bias, Null Hypotheses, Reproducibility and Statistical Analysis statistics 466 1
2013-12-01-04:05:08 RFC: Blinding, Bias, Null Hypotheses, Reproducibility and Statistical Analysis statistics 67 1
2013-12-01-03:19:23 wrobstory/vincent · D3.js visualizations with Vega and Pandas DataFrames and Series pystats 155 2
2013-12-01-03:08:01 How do you begin to scrape data from websites? datasets 573 4
2013-11-30-19:51:46 Interactive IPython graphs with Plotly IPython 107 2
2013-11-30-19:48:07 IPython with widgets preview (video) IPython 568 1
2013-11-30-19:35:39 Request from my company - Plots that they can manipulate in Power Point without me present pystats 2233 1
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2013-11-27-08:51:28 Creating a compression loop using Python Imaging Library? Python 510 1
2013-11-27-03:09:38 Documentation, Testing, and Packaging - by Jake Vanderplas IPython 231 1
2013-11-27-03:09:01 Documentation, Testing, and Packaging - by Jake Vanderplas IPython 962 1
2013-11-26-17:23:50 What is bytecode? Python 890 2
2013-11-24-09:42:30 Data Structures/Algorithms in major open source projects compsci 321 0
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2013-11-24-04:46:04 Observatory in Antarctica has detected 28 neutrinos that arrived from outside the solar system and possibly from across the universe. science 829 1
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2013-11-22-23:11:31 What Do Tim O’Reilly, Lady Gaga, and Marissa Mayer All Have In Common? [IPython Notebook] Python 64 0
2013-11-22-23:10:52 What Do Tim O’Reilly, Lady Gaga, and Marissa Mayer All Have In Common? [IPython Notebook] Python 175 1
2013-11-22-23:08:21 Hey, /r/python, is there any reason to invest the time into learning Python for a Windows sysadmin if I am already adept at PowerShell? Python 257 -1
2013-11-22-11:33:27 PEP 428 -- The pathlib module has been approved Python 593 2
2013-11-22-11:15:22 PEP 428 -- The pathlib module has been approved Python 458 1
2013-11-22-11:07:17 Python Objects for working with URLs and URIs (URLObject, RDFLib, pyfilesystem) Python 2011 1
2013-11-21-21:13:13 Config Handler Python 145 2
2013-11-21-21:08:06 PEP 3156 - Asynchronous IO Support (AKA Tulip) has been accepted Python 555 4
2013-11-21-05:24:48 Is it a Good Idea to Write Tests for Legacy Code? programming 1537 3
2013-11-20-18:34:36 I've been using Python for 3 years and I've never defined a Class Python 681 1
2013-11-20-18:22:09 Distributing Python 3 applications, very tempted to include the whole Python installation with an application. Python 478 1
2013-11-20-01:48:59 Distributing Python 3 applications, very tempted to include the whole Python installation with an application. Python 2673 1
2013-11-19-05:21:29 When to use assert Python 194 2
2013-11-19-05:17:22 I've been using Python for 3 years and I've never defined a Class Python 625 1
2013-11-19-05:10:12 I've been using Python for 3 years and I've never defined a Class Python 1144 1
2013-11-19-04:52:51 Distributing Python 3 applications, very tempted to include the whole Python installation with an application. Python 371 1
2013-11-19-04:42:50 Distributing Python 3 applications, very tempted to include the whole Python installation with an application. Python 1489 0
2013-11-18-19:12:56 The New Scientific Publishers - Reproducibility (SciPy 2013 Keynote) science 295 1
2013-11-18-19:08:29 The New Scientific Publishers - Reproducibility (SciPy 2013 Keynote) science 298 1
2013-11-18-18:53:00 The New Scientific Publishers - Reproducibility (SciPy 2013 Keynote) science 245 1
2013-11-18-18:51:15 The New Scientific Publishers - Reproducibility (SciPy 2013 Keynote) science 951 1
2013-11-18-18:33:31 Study on Business Models for Linked Open Government Data semanticweb 569 1
2013-11-18-18:10:10 Realistically, how my Python do I have to learn before I'm employable? Python 1087 3
2013-11-18-18:01:12 My Favorite Database is the Network Python 517 1
2013-11-18-17:55:55 My Favorite Database is the Network Python 454 1
2013-11-17-23:05:37 I remember seeing a person, on reddit, make a game in which two people could create python scripts that would "battle" each other. Does anyone have a link to this? Python 419 1
2013-11-17-22:15:39 CFFI 0.8 is out (and you should check it if you call C and never checked it before) Python 340 5
2013-11-17-08:20:43 PyParallel: how we removed the GIL and exploited all cores programming 537 3
2013-11-17-08:18:15 PyParallel: how we removed the GIL and exploited all cores programming 759 3
2013-11-17-05:18:31 The MPAA wants schools to teach first-graders the dangers of digital piracy technology 139 0
2013-11-16-22:52:51 Best way to scrape this string I need using BeautifulSoup? Python 728 4
2013-11-16-21:57:56 /r/Science Has Expanded Link Flair, Submissions May Now Be Tagged As: Animal Science, Cancer, Anthropology, Nanoscience and Paleontology science 229 0
2013-11-15-21:40:00 LOGO language to Python (turle module drawing) Python 163 1
2013-11-15-05:58:06 webscraping: Selenium vs conventional tools (urllib2, scrapy, requests, etc) Python 2947 6
2013-11-14-02:33:07 Running a public IPython Notebook service for teaching in university courses IPython 1618 1
2013-11-14-02:23:26 An ambitious experiment in Data Science takes off IPython 335 1
2013-11-13-23:27:36 Teen night owls likely to perform worse academically, emotionally "The results present a compelling argument in favor of later middle and high school start times in the face of intense academic, social and technological pressures, researchers said" science 438 1
2013-11-13-23:23:05 A new framework for data visualization Python 284 2
2013-11-13-23:17:23 A new framework for data visualization Python 209 2
2013-11-13-23:03:48 What python framework(s) do you use? AppEngine 161 1
2013-11-13-04:08:50 dataset: databases for lazy people Python 235 6
2013-11-13-04:04:05 Do not use a "debugger." A debugger is like doing a full-body scan on a sick person. You do not get any specific useful information, and you find a whole lot of information that doesn't help and is just confusing. Python 242 2
2013-11-13-03:35:00 I have just started learning some axiomatic semantics. It looks interesting, but wondering what some practical uses of it might be. compsci 693 2
2013-11-12-10:28:39 Shrink (film) psychology 143 1
2013-11-12-10:21:47 The trial period's over - how do you feel about /r/psychology being for links only? psychology 163 1
2013-11-12-10:20:25 Clean Language (symbolic modeling) psychology 228 1
2013-11-12-10:13:49 Need help working with ontologies. semanticweb 557 1
2013-11-12-09:26:55 Psychology: An Introduction (free eBook) psychology 458 1
2013-11-12-09:20:39 Why the left brain right brain myth will probably never die psychology 347 1
2013-11-12-09:06:04 Three reasons why the Semantic Web has failed semanticweb 1097 1
2013-11-12-07:27:20 Beautiful codebase nominations Python 591 1
2013-11-12-07:24:43 Beautiful codebase nominations Python 1831 1
2013-11-12-07:13:22 Why do object()s not have a __dict__ to support arbitrary attribute assignment? Python 439 1
2013-11-12-06:05:50 Web framework suggestions needed Python 470 1
2013-11-12-05:45:38 Why do object()s not have a __dict__ to support arbitrary attribute assignment? Python 1101 -1
2013-11-10-21:23:19 New technique allows scientists to edit any part of the human genome with extreme precision to potentially cure cancer, HIV, and any inherited genetic disorders. science 260 6
2013-11-10-21:02:42 Very basic 'plugin' system? Python 842 3
2013-11-06-10:11:57 Best open courses that satisfy the fundamental curriculum for BS in Computer Science? compsci 668 1
2013-11-04-20:55:52 Teaching Python at a 3rd Grade Level -- Need Help! Python 170 1
2013-11-03-21:01:30 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 1749 2
2013-11-03-02:19:07 Absolute beginner of Ubuntu trying to install things such as NumPy and SciPy for Python and have no idea what any of the stuff on the internet means. Python 324 1
2013-11-01-07:51:35 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 524 0
2013-10-30-14:42:27 Why is pyglet slower than pygame for animating 5000 moving squares in 2D? Python 161 1
2013-10-30-21:12:26 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 91 1
2013-10-30-10:24:06 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 207 2
2013-10-30-10:20:59 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 162 1
2013-10-30-10:19:33 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 90 1
2013-10-30-03:18:18 Guidos' SF presentation: Tulip: Async I/O for Python 3 @ SF Python Meetup (Oct 16, 2013) Python 179 1
2013-10-30-00:51:25 Looking for a pythonic graphics module for sketching experimental UIs. Any suggestions? Python 827 1
2013-10-29-23:34:09 Looking for a pythonic graphics module for sketching experimental UIs. Any suggestions? Python 1218 2
2013-10-29-02:13:18 what's it like being a UX/UI designer? product_design 145 0
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2013-10-29-09:04:18 Looking for a pythonic graphics module for sketching experimental UIs. Any suggestions? Python 816 1
2013-10-29-08:15:11 Ask /r/Python - Would you use an automatic code quality tool? (like coveralls/travis but for pyflakes/pep8/others) Python 157 2
2013-10-29-01:12:52 Python 3.3.3rc1 has been released with virtuelenv support in core. Python 732 1
2013-10-29-08:03:55 Ask /r/Python - Would you use an automatic code quality tool? (like coveralls/travis but for pyflakes/pep8/others) Python 403 1
2013-10-29-08:00:22 Ask /r/Python - Would you use an automatic code quality tool? (like coveralls/travis but for pyflakes/pep8/others) Python 262 1
2013-10-28-03:31:20 Any tip how to integrate Backbone app in Pyramid app ? Python 184 2
2013-10-27-20:30:14 What is Python's equivalent to Java's Effective Java book Python 137 0
2013-10-27-20:27:06 Request for feedback on Python bioinformatics problem set Python 518 0
2013-10-24-02:19:04 What is a typical use for pickling? Python 101 2
2013-10-24-02:16:23 What is a typical use for pickling? Python 286 1
2013-10-22-23:09:50 The hazards of twitter style integration on sites dealing with python code. Python 1093 2
2013-10-23-05:56:33 How does Tulip/asyncio relate to Go and Clojure's core.async? Python 2457 2
2013-10-22-06:51:44 a new business model for python package developers ? Python 185 3
2013-10-22-02:32:20 Maximizing memory performance with python Python 416 1
2013-10-19-11:51:50 Is anyone using CoVim? vim 431 2
2013-10-19-11:50:02 Is anyone using CoVim? vim 313 8
2013-10-18-18:23:53 Pandas BigQuery IO Module · GitHub bigquery 220 1
2013-10-16-18:47:02 Innovative Linear Algebra Open Online Course / MOOC compsci 193 1
2013-10-16-15:04:28 f.lux just received a big update after years in development. Tons of new features and bug fixes. technology 129 0
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2013-10-13-02:50:02 Best way to distribute media assets for a python package Python 609 1
2013-10-12-21:09:38 Some Help Please? I'm the founder of rbutr, a database of rebuttal based connections (URL X rebuts URL Y) and I am wondering how we can work with the W3C and the Semantic Web standards semanticweb 1460 1
2013-10-12-20:50:31 W3C Workshop Report on RDF Validation: Practical Assurances for Quality RDF Data semanticweb 1789 1
2013-10-11-23:39:00 Innovative Linear Algebra Open Online Course / MOOC compsci 109 0
2013-10-11-22:49:02 Any great ideas for a quick Python introduction? Python 310 1
2013-10-11-21:37:27 Examples of data analysis opendata 2096 8
2013-10-11-21:23:06 Python Certification? Python 1128 3
2013-10-11-19:29:02 Github for Open Data Sharing opendata 407 2
2013-10-11-19:28:05 Github for Open Data Sharing opendata 397 3
2013-10-11-19:26:29 Github for Open Data Sharing opendata 163 2
2013-10-11-19:18:18 Innovative Linear Algebra Open Online Course / MOOC compsci 2580 1
2013-10-11-17:20:40 Vim for screenwriting -- fountain.vim, VOom, VimRoom vim 580 1
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2013-10-11-01:12:19 Learn Pandas -- Pandas Data Analysis lessons with IPython notebook IPython 283 2
2013-10-10-23:17:01 Vim for screenwriting -- fountain.vim, VOom, VimRoom vim 667 1
2013-10-10-23:13:19 Vim for screenwriting -- fountain.vim, VOom, VimRoom vim 283 3
2013-10-10-22:16:00 Using Python to create music? Python 1012 2
2013-10-10-20:51:44 Moving around the buffer quicker in vim. vim 301 3
2013-10-10-20:46:32 Best python editor for Linux systems? Python 588 1
2013-10-10-19:23:11 Learn Pandas -- Pandas Data Analysis lessons with IPython notebook IPython 250 2
2013-10-10-18:40:16 Functional programming in Python Python 268 1
2013-10-10-18:33:06 What Developers Can Learn from healthcare.gov programming 519 1
2013-10-10-18:23:58 What Developers Can Learn from healthcare.gov programming 507 2
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2013-10-10-03:37:06 What Developers Can Learn from healthcare.gov programming 719 2
2013-10-10-03:29:31 What Developers Can Learn from healthcare.gov programming 301 1
2013-10-10-02:55:54 Pandas BigQuery IO Module · GitHub bigquery 241 1
2013-10-10-02:48:27 Pandas BigQuery IO Module · GitHub bigquery 880 1
2013-10-10-02:41:45 My 76 year old meteorology professor wants to try out python. Any advice on what libraries I should get for him? Python 753 1
2013-10-10-02:29:51 Pandas BigQuery IO Module · GitHub bigquery 525 1
2013-10-09-06:41:58 Python Graphing/chart tools/libraries Python 159 1
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2013-10-09-04:01:29 Functional programming in Python Python 420 0
2013-10-09-03:55:26 Functional programming in Python Python 3432 6
2013-10-08-21:23:47 Visualizing 40,000 student code submissions programming 645 -2
2013-10-04-19:17:31 Can data analysis be automated? statistics 263 1
2013-10-04-19:13:13 “The big question is whether we should take trained computer scientists and teach them the hands-on bench science or whether we should take those physical and natural scientists and teach them CS.” compsci 1052 2
2013-10-04-11:48:39 Unconventional - Students are discouraged to learn python before joining the class Python 623 19
2013-10-03-20:33:47 I'm looking for a more nuts and bolt version of Python's history... does anybody know of one? Python 906 1
2013-10-03-19:54:42 Can sentiment analysis of YouTube comments be done? Python 253 2
2013-10-03-19:41:51 Pynsive: Dead Simple Plugins via PEP302 Python 261 1
2013-10-03-12:38:00 Pynsive: Dead Simple Plugins via PEP302 Python 117 1
2013-10-03-19:37:08 Pynsive: Dead Simple Plugins via PEP302 Python 716 1
2013-10-03-18:55:38 Redesigning a curses app for the browser Python 610 2
2013-10-03-00:20:28 Pandas/ SciPy/ Numpy/ Quandl cheat sheet. Looking for feedback please. Python 184 2
2013-09-30-17:14:52 Pudb, a full-screen, console-based Python debugger Python 857 2
2013-09-30-13:30:44 vim-unstack · Vim plugin for parsing stack traces and opening the files (Python, Ruby, C#, Perl, Go) Python 251 1
2013-09-30-13:14:45 Pudb, a full-screen, console-based Python debugger Python 333 2
2013-09-28-16:39:50 Breaking out of secured Python environments Python 378 1
2013-09-27-18:16:17 Unstack: a Vim plugin for opening stack traces programming 37 1
2013-09-24-15:47:15 ConverterToRdf - Convert things to RDF (W3C Wiki) semanticweb 131 1
2013-09-24-18:46:09 ConverterToRdf - Convert things to RDF (W3C Wiki) semanticweb 653 1
2013-09-24-15:05:40 ConverterToRdf - Convert things to RDF (W3C Wiki) semanticweb 788 1
2013-09-24-14:51:39 Supreme Court citations are falling apart as web links begin to change and disappear cyberlaws 1636 1
2013-09-22-05:44:49 The Black Keys - Chulahoma [1000x1000] AlbumArtPorn 185 2
2013-09-22-05:33:25 Using Python to create music? Python 1768 15
2013-09-21-14:16:08 All about the metaclasses in Python! Python 622 1
2013-09-21-14:06:44 What you do not like in Python? Python 306 1
2013-09-21-13:59:40 Lightweight Markup Languages programming 159 5
2013-09-21-13:52:08 Publishing RDF views for Django resources semanticweb 587 1
2013-09-19-04:26:38 What you do not like in Python? Python 158 1
2013-09-19-04:24:57 What you do not like in Python? Python 535 2
2013-09-19-04:15:51 What you do not like in Python? Python 93 1
2013-09-19-04:13:55 What you do not like in Python? Python 291 1
2013-09-17-08:11:17 Architectural Design Patterns in Pyramid: What is Inversion of Control? Pyramid 365 1
2013-09-17-08:06:28 Spectacular examples of Python uses? Python 1088 2
2013-09-17-07:54:24 When writing listcomps, how much is too much? Python 265 2
2013-09-16-20:48:33 Architectural Design Patterns in Pyramid: What is Inversion of Control? Pyramid 3092 1
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2013-09-10-19:10:03 Do I really have to use 42 bytes per integer? Is there a more memory efficient way to work with large arrays? Python 550 1
2013-09-09-16:30:44 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 701 2
2013-09-09-07:57:14 If Machine Learning did not exist, what set of subjects/concepts would fully constitute the same body of knowledge? MachineLearning 145 1
2013-09-09-07:04:01 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 1084 2
2013-09-09-06:33:07 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 2376 2
2013-09-09-03:32:32 Debugging code — Scipy lecture notes Python 802 0
2013-09-09-03:21:53 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 2193 1
2013-09-09-02:41:12 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 708 2
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2013-09-08-23:24:09 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 968 2
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2013-09-08-14:18:31 We launched a wildly successful kickstarter three days ago ($27,000 so far) for our solar cooker. It seems like we have a business now! Entrepreneur 42 1
2013-09-08-04:20:24 Debugging code — Scipy lecture notes Python 393 0
2013-09-08-03:51:26 A new interface for DBpedia (Dutch only, click upper-right) semanticweb 170 1
2013-09-08-03:35:40 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 857 2
2013-09-08-02:58:44 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 1512 2
2013-09-08-02:51:11 Best practices for working with SPARQL in Javascript? semanticweb 5440 2
2013-09-07-22:25:21 Would someone kindly explain the motion of the stars to me as if I were a 10 year old? Astronomy 37 1
2013-09-07-22:18:55 Linux admins: Give me all your favorite tools that output data structures. sysadmin 3360 12
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2013-09-06-14:42:29 Quick Tour of Pyramid — The Pyramid Web Framework Pyramid 243 1
2013-09-06-14:32:36 A new interface for DBpedia (Dutch only, click upper-right) semanticweb 810 -2
2013-09-06-12:40:03 Want to learn a python micro web framework. Flask, web.py, bottle? Where should I begin? learnpython 491 1
2013-09-06-12:33:18 Direction for personal research into bottlenecks of logic programming, knowledge representation and expert systems. artificial 382 2
2013-09-06-10:32:44 Direction for personal research into bottlenecks of logic programming, knowledge representation and expert systems. artificial 510 1
2013-09-06-01:18:15 Direction for personal research into bottlenecks of logic programming, knowledge representation and expert systems. artificial 3015 5
2013-09-05-21:51:57 Could someone please explain to me what an API written in Python is? Python 1004 1
2013-09-05-20:40:18 Leiden University Medical Center IPython Programming Course IPython 172 1
2013-09-05-20:11:04 Best written projects on Python GitHub? Python 2575 6
2013-09-05-13:43:53 Automatically turn messy Python imports into clean sorted sections using isort. Python 267 1
2013-09-05-12:16:58 Best written projects on Python GitHub? Python 837 1
2013-09-05-12:14:11 Best written projects on Python GitHub? Python 285 16
2013-09-03-18:22:43 What is Linked Data? semanticweb 304 1
2013-09-03-16:53:14 Linked Data Glossary: 132 core linked data concepts defined semanticweb 111 1
2013-09-03-16:22:20 The Package Dependency Blues Python 704 1
2013-09-03-06:16:13 How to embed image into notebook (ver 1.0) IPython 1119 1
2013-09-03-05:35:47 What to do when git won't pull IPython 3278 1
2013-09-03-00:35:56 What kind of jobs/positions are good for new python programmers? Python 493 1
2013-09-02-12:02:08 Best Python interpreter for Android tablet? Python 171 0
2013-09-02-11:25:38 List of good updated ressources about new python modules. Python 93 1
2013-09-02-11:22:27 The Package Dependency Blues Python 217 2
2013-09-01-21:30:28 Learn Data Science, in IPython notebooks Python 718 0
2013-09-01-21:18:44 A simple and ultra minimalist way to support Python 2.6 - 3+ Python 440 1
2013-09-02-01:23:25 Coverity says CPython sets a new level of quality for open source software [pdf] Python 46 1
2013-09-02-01:18:03 Where do I go from here? Python 1313 1
2013-09-02-00:32:07 Any links to a great free Operating Systems courseware? Yes, I checked MIT OS Engineering. compsci 2165 1
2013-09-01-23:15:23 Learn Data Science, in IPython notebooks Python 893 2
2013-09-01-22:48:16 Help for AP Computer Science A compsci 654 1
2013-09-01-11:42:07 List of good updated ressources about new python modules. Python 91 1
2013-09-01-07:08:30 "How I Started Learning Python": one autodidact's experience Python 152 2
2013-09-01-05:53:26 Can python be used to gather Operating System info? Python 117 2
2013-09-01-02:17:49 Why graphing calculators are more effective to encourage autonomous, self-directed learning programming 2482 4
2013-09-01-00:22:18 Bored over the long weekend. What's a cool python library I should accustom myself to? Python 97 1
2013-09-01-00:18:12 Best tutorial to learn numpy Python 129 -1
2013-09-01-00:16:05 Best tutorial to learn numpy Python 1334 1
2013-08-29-22:32:31 Can I combine many small regressions to answer “what was most related?” statistics 279 -1
2013-08-29-22:14:49 The return of the stat – Computing for Data Analysis & Data Analysis back on Coursera! statistics 283 -4
2013-08-29-06:06:12 Anything like codecademy for OOP and '@' in classes? learnpython 501 1
2013-08-28-22:49:55 What's the best way to parameterize SPARQL queries? semanticweb 478 1
2013-08-29-05:46:47 Best scripting language for RDF project? semanticweb 643 1
2013-08-29-05:45:28 Best scripting language for RDF project? semanticweb 333 1
2013-08-29-05:17:15 Long vent about self-learning statistics on the job statistics 660 2
2013-08-28-21:54:25 Need a richer CSV-like format for distributing open data sets (specifically surveys)? datasets 955 1
2013-08-26-23:25:30 Good introductory material on relational database design? compsci 320 2
2013-08-26-20:09:07 University of Nebraska at Omaha UNOmaha 463 1
2013-08-26-19:30:32 University of Nebraska at Omaha UNOmaha 1387 1
2013-08-26-17:01:51 JSON-LD is the Bee’s Knees semanticweb 121 1
2013-08-26-16:40:26 Any other UNO students on here? Omaha 1489 1
2013-08-26-16:26:17 Any other UNO students on here? Omaha 674 1
2013-08-26-15:39:02 Exploring grain settling with Python IPython 1026 1
2013-08-26-15:19:00 I want to develop a Web Application, I have a pretty good idea of what features I want implemented. Can you help me understand what I'm up against in terms of being a newbie Python beginner? Python 1079 -2
2013-08-26-01:20:35 Exploring grain settling with Python IPython 643 1
2013-08-24-17:32:19 Print combinations in ascending order of sum? algorithms 221 2
2013-08-24-02:35:02 What is the best module to learn networking in Python? Python 1244 5
2013-08-24-02:17:41 My wife is teaching an introductory Stats class for high school students and is currently looking for a textbook. Any recommendations? mathbooks 253 1
2013-08-24-02:17:25 Do you have any ideas for teaching intro stat? statistics 1429 1
2013-08-23-21:30:43 Help with Python web ecosystem (WSGI, etc) Python 6852 3
2013-08-22-21:31:59 Free to code: Python - Putting dot in the dict Python 371 0
2013-08-22-21:20:53 True story, hope you like :-) Python 793 1
2013-08-22-02:23:44 Anyone know of a bookmark package/app with full text indexing of each bookmark? sysadmin 189 1
2013-08-22-01:50:10 What's changed in the web framework world? Python 886 0
2013-08-21-15:46:20 Is Django capable of a web ui? django 212 5
2013-08-21-15:26:57 Is Django capable of a web ui? django 3201 4
2013-08-21-00:10:48 Should objects return data or bind attributes? Python 1281 1
2013-08-19-19:57:01 How to set up users for web hosting? linuxadmin 2387 2
2013-08-19-19:29:05 How to set up users for web hosting? linuxadmin 190 1
2013-08-19-17:45:26 Is there a good website that critiques ML research? MachineLearning 731 -1
2013-08-19-03:46:20 How can i make a script/service/application start-up on system boot on a debian 7 based server? (xpost /r/linuxquestions) linuxadmin 121 2
2013-08-19-03:41:17 How can i make a script/service/application start-up on system boot on a debian 7 based server? (xpost /r/linuxquestions) linuxadmin 419 11
2013-08-18-21:46:02 A few questions about algorithms and the travelling salesman problem... compsci 159 1
2013-08-18-21:43:40 Can someone help me understand O() notation better? compsci 810 0
2013-08-18-21:34:58 How can i make a script/service/application start-up on system boot on a debian 7 based server? (xpost /r/linuxquestions) linuxadmin 587 5
2013-08-18-15:46:41 What are some cool things some of you have done with Arrays/Lists? Python 1518 0
2013-08-18-15:30:31 Need to know the scope of GUI toolkits like wxpython/Glade/Qt Python 652 2
2013-08-18-15:25:28 Need to know the scope of GUI toolkits like wxpython/Glade/Qt Python 619 1
2013-08-18-01:34:06 Open sourcing a Python project the right way Python 2544 2
2013-08-16-22:42:25 Best way to count number of subscriptions to a newsletter in SQLAlchemy? flask 382 1
2013-08-15-16:14:03 pdoc is a documentation generator to replace epydoc (it comes with an HTTP server that supports automatic cross linking between modules) Python 2276 2
2013-08-14-03:44:47 [Ask Sysadmin] What do you guys want to see on a résumé? sysadmin 223 1
2013-08-14-03:18:05 schema.org health/medicine docs: Linked Data types like MedicalScholarlyArticle, MedicalWebPage, MedicalGuideline, Dataset, and MedicalEntity medicine 2462 1
2013-08-14-02:31:15 IamA splat, editor/moderator/reviewer on overclockers.com and sysadmin at a cancer research organization. AMA! IAmA 1313 1
2013-08-14-01:59:01 Change sources.list via Preseed linuxadmin 674 1
2013-08-14-01:33:58 Reddit's code is open source, so why has it never been forked? opensource 596 2
2013-08-14-01:13:12 Google open-sources Gumbo: A C library for parsing HTML5 programming 255 2
2013-08-14-01:04:05 I tried multithreading but I don't seem to see the problem with GIL. Python 419 0
2013-08-14-00:52:41 understanding queues Python 1903 1
2013-08-13-18:29:19 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 187 1
2013-08-13-18:02:57 Looking for a visual, natural language input based, RDF modeling tool. semanticweb 874 2
2013-08-13-17:51:43 Looking for a visual, natural language input based, RDF modeling tool. semanticweb 1506 3
2013-08-13-17:36:20 Has anyone tried using linked-data to query linked-data instead of using specialized query languages such as SPARQL? semanticweb 1471 2
2013-08-11-15:03:28 Still having trouble understanding how the heck Python handles imports when it comes to tests (nose) and packages. Python 281 1
2013-08-11-14:59:14 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 88 1
2013-08-10-21:40:13 Installing iPython 1.0 in Windows IPython 282 1
2013-08-10-21:36:36 Installing iPython 1.0 in Windows IPython 246 1
2013-08-10-21:15:23 What is going on behind the scenes when working with decorators with arguments? Python 576 2
2013-08-10-19:51:09 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 274 -1
2013-08-10-19:38:18 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 706 1
2013-08-10-19:29:17 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 578 0
2013-08-10-19:11:43 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 445 0
2013-08-10-19:09:55 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 296 1
2013-08-10-19:02:47 PEP 450: Adding A Statistics Module To The Standard Library Python 871 0
2013-08-10-18:34:16 json-ld is unnecessary semanticweb 77 2
2013-08-10-06:29:03 json-ld is unnecessary semanticweb 1268 6
2013-08-09-04:27:39 Finding Django modules. django 271 1
2013-08-06-02:54:11 A use case for RDF taxonomies in biodiversity informatics semanticweb 1299 1
2013-08-06-02:17:20 I am writing a Django project using API-based views. How do I implement authentication and Django sessions? django 446 1
2013-08-05-12:26:29 Computer Science Multi-Reddit compsci 86 1
2013-08-05-12:22:12 Looking for a text template solution Python 164 2
2013-08-04-14:01:23 5 Steps Towards an Accessible Web Form programming 37 -1
2013-08-04-08:26:50 Since Python is an interpreted and not compiled, how does one "hide" their code to prevent someone else from learning how something was made? Is there any way to make Python code without exposing the source? Python 1652 1
2013-08-01-19:10:45 Why are most examples in written in OO rather than a procedural approach? Python 171 1
2013-08-01-19:10:05 Why are most examples in written in OO rather than a procedural approach? Python 1795 2
2013-08-01-16:02:02 Greenhouse gas could be a huge untapped source of energy, generating '400 times as much power as the Hoover Dam' science 237 1
2013-08-01-14:43:47 The value of "Introduction to Proofs" and "Introduction to Abstract Math" courses math 787 -1
2013-08-01-03:58:48 Do you debug python with breakpoints? Python 59 1
2013-08-01-02:08:24 The value of "Introduction to Proofs" and "Introduction to Abstract Math" courses math 522 -2
2013-08-01-01:54:22 The value of "Introduction to Proofs" and "Introduction to Abstract Math" courses math 204 -1
2013-07-31-14:50:05 The value of "Introduction to Proofs" and "Introduction to Abstract Math" courses math 72 0
2013-07-31-04:38:25 The value of "Introduction to Proofs" and "Introduction to Abstract Math" courses math 2416 -5
2013-07-31-04:10:40 Machine Learning Books MachineLearning 559 0
2013-07-30-18:30:47 Taking my python to the next level Python 2134 1
2013-07-30-18:09:55 Linux-only "domain" without Samba linuxadmin 2300 3
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2013-07-30-16:45:06 Simple Centralized Log Monitoring linuxadmin 131 1
2013-07-30-15:52:27 [OC] Myers-Briggs personality type by subreddit subscriptions. dataisbeautiful 171 1
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2013-07-29-19:19:43 Good references for sorting algorithms compsci 499 2
2013-07-29-15:50:36 Would it not be better if indent was managed by your IDE instead of hard coded into the source file (Virtual Indentation)? java 1700 1
2013-07-29-15:33:50 Semantic Web for Visual Resources semanticweb 279 1
2013-07-29-15:30:46 Semantic Web for Visual Resources semanticweb 715 1
2013-07-28-15:06:32 Would it not be better if indent was managed by your IDE instead of hard coded into the source file (Virtual Indentation)? java 1231 0
2013-07-28-01:39:18 A quick regression question (if that is okay here) about statistically significant differences between coefficients. statistics 200 2
2013-07-28-01:17:10 Is a career in statistics right for me: what questions to ask myself? statistics 1040 1
2013-07-27-16:05:17 Don't Make Me Think (About Linked Data) semanticweb 793 1
2013-07-27-16:01:50 Don't Make Me Think (About Linked Data) semanticweb 634 1
2013-07-27-04:43:04 Where can I find useful ontologies? semanticweb 172 1
2013-07-26-23:01:43 Building a periodic table of programming languages; suggestions/feedback? compsci 442 1
2013-07-26-22:30:42 Semantic Web for Visual Resources semanticweb 219 1
2013-07-26-22:30:04 Where can I find useful ontologies? semanticweb 100 1
2013-07-26-01:00:13 CVE-ID Syntax Change netsec 276 1
2013-07-26-00:53:28 Self learning sites Python 1015 1
2013-07-25-23:36:02 Does anyone know of any good resources on distributed systems? compsci 760 2
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2013-07-25-23:14:05 Using dill to pickle anything IPython 210 1
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2013-07-25-22:50:07 Got fed up with logging configuration, wrote this to simplify it. Comments and criticism highly welcome. Python 247 2
2013-07-25-21:56:28 Most flexible and full-featured document creation module? Python 1233 3
2013-07-25-17:24:51 TIL about %<tab> for IPython magic functions like %timeit??, %doctest_mode and %run -i -t IPython 200 1
2013-07-25-16:49:41 How to fake database design (x-post from /r/perl). Python 177 0
2013-07-25-16:10:30 Sphinx extension with support for Google style docstrings Python 1602 1
2013-07-25-16:01:06 Sphinx extension with support for Google style docstrings Python 1296 1
2013-07-25-15:43:40 How to fake database design (x-post from /r/perl). Python 352 0
2013-07-25-01:12:52 Recommendations for Graph Algorithm books? compsci 155 2
2013-07-25-01:07:53 How to find the weighted "center" of a graph algorithms 666 1
2013-07-25-00:53:33 How to fake database design (x-post from /r/perl). Python 908 2
2013-07-25-00:47:30 Will pandas DataFrame, Series, and Panel types ever end up as built-in with a core python build? Python 123 2
2013-07-25-00:46:42 Will pandas DataFrame, Series, and Panel types ever end up as built-in with a core python build? Python 749 2
2013-07-25-00:23:40 How to fake database design (x-post from /r/perl). Python 1317 3
2013-07-24-14:28:06 [] is not [] equals True Python 245 1
2013-07-24-13:57:13 [] is not [] equals True Python 1884 3
2013-07-24-11:58:26 sandman: A Boilerplate-free Python REST API Generator for Existing Databases Python 287 1
2013-07-24-01:00:06 Perl or Python for system administrator? linuxadmin 95 2
2013-07-24-00:58:55 Perl or Python for system administrator? linuxadmin 1122 0
2013-07-23-22:57:55 Can someone please show me how to extrapolate this graph to 5, 10, 20, 40 years into the future? singularity 229 1
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2013-07-23-20:10:09 Researchers identify 146 contemporary medical practices offering no net benefits science 1512 0
2013-07-23-19:06:52 On python template libraries Python 318 1
2013-07-23-19:02:37 On python template libraries Python 1072 2
2013-07-23-16:45:12 sandman: A Boilerplate-free Python REST API Generator for Existing Databases Python 1552 3
2013-07-23-01:44:46 Newbie coder, first-ever program: download time calculator Python 252 1
2013-07-23-01:38:04 A few testing questions... Python 993 1
2013-07-22-16:58:10 Just read post about pydoc -p 6060 ; wouldn't it be better styled like this ? Python 169 1
2013-07-22-16:45:27 Why does pylab interface with C instead of Fortran? Python 1631 2
2013-07-22-15:45:51 Newbie; my first(small) attempt at coding in python. Looking for feedback. It is a module which has some basic stock stats Python 435 2
2013-07-22-15:15:17 Newbie; my first(small) attempt at coding in python. Looking for feedback. It is a module which has some basic stock stats Python 1721 2
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2013-07-21-21:23:03 Semantic Versioning 2.0.0 programming 599 2
2013-07-21-19:02:42 Just read post about pydoc -p 6060 ; wouldn't it be better styled like this ? Python 161 -2
2013-07-21-18:03:56 TIL the CPython documentation is written with ReStructuredText and Sphinx and also hosted through ReadTheDocs Python 228 0
2013-07-21-17:54:21 Just read post about pydoc -p 6060 ; wouldn't it be better styled like this ? Python 1505 2
2013-07-21-17:53:57 Just read post about pydoc -p 6060 ; wouldn't it be better styled like this ? Python 336 -2
2013-07-21-17:29:14 TIL: $ pydoc -p 6060 => instant Python docs at localhost:6060 Python 885 1
2013-07-21-17:20:39 TIL: $ pydoc -p 6060 => instant Python docs at localhost:6060 Python 1431 8
2013-07-21-08:36:01 schema.org health/medicine docs: Linked Data types like MedicalScholarlyArticle, MedicalWebPage, MedicalGuideline, Dataset, and MedicalEntity medicine 267 1
2013-07-21-08:24:46 What is difference between Python and Java when it comes to programming? Which one is better? Python 371 1
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2013-07-21-08:18:58 What is difference between Python and Java when it comes to programming? Which one is better? Python 269 1
2013-07-19-19:44:17 Most efficient algorithm to get all the numbers from 1 to 1,000,000 randomly algorithms 266 3
2013-07-19-19:37:20 Khan Academy's Python Style Guide - PEP8 and then some Python 95 1
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2013-07-19-14:04:25 Khan Academy's Python Style Guide - PEP8 and then some Python 283 1
2013-07-19-03:11:12 How can I open programs on my desktop (say, photoshop or firefox) using python? Python 419 0
2013-07-18-17:00:43 Khan Academy's Python Style Guide - PEP8 and then some Python 219 1
2013-07-18-16:43:52 How many instructions in a print statement? Python 1547 1
2013-07-18-10:42:15 Khan Academy's Python Style Guide - PEP8 and then some Python 256 1
2013-07-17-23:19:55 As a college student, how can I learn not just to code, but to code well? compsci 1600 0
2013-07-17-22:19:41 How many instructions in a print statement? Python 317 1
2013-07-17-22:17:24 How many instructions in a print statement? Python 1354 1
2013-07-17-21:42:17 Khan Academy's Python Style Guide - PEP8 and then some Python 1942 1
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2013-07-17-20:29:54 Linus Torvalds defends his right to shame Linux kernel developers programming 902 -1
2013-07-17-20:18:32 How many instructions in a print statement? Python 273 1
2013-07-17-19:59:44 Mathematicians usually complain about quantumphysics notation, what would they do differnt? math 508 3
2013-07-17-17:33:40 Good places to learn Software Architecture (Patterns, techniques, etc.) compsci 1789 2
2013-07-17-13:25:44 Where do you keep your personal datasets? datasets 265 1
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2013-07-17-13:00:05 General approach for running a python web server off my own computer. Python 410 1
2013-07-17-04:00:08 PySCP - A small Python wrapper around SCP that supports mapping local directories to remote locations Python 254 1
2013-07-16-18:10:42 Does any theorist speak of numbers as frequency or vibration, pulsating between odd and even? math 80 0
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2013-07-16-16:33:02 Does any theorist speak of numbers as frequency or vibration, pulsating between odd and even? math 142 0
2013-07-16-15:49:41 What would be a good minor to be paired with a CS major? compsci 647 1
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2013-07-16-15:03:19 Does any theorist speak of numbers as frequency or vibration, pulsating between odd and even? math 400 -1
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2013-07-16-14:19:58 The word for "word" in European languages linguistics 431 2
2013-07-16-09:30:53 General approach for running a python web server off my own computer. Python 1219 2
2013-07-15-00:22:37 Any ideas on how to reduce Python memory usage? Python 409 3
2013-07-13-08:35:52 My 76 year old meteorology professor wants to try out python. Any advice on what libraries I should get for him? Python 525 0
2013-07-13-01:44:19 schema.org/Dataset : Standard schema for linked data in HTML Microdata, JSON, RDF, RDFa, OWL, Turtle, CSV semanticweb 258 1
2013-07-13-01:37:17 schema.org/Dataset : Standard schema for linked data in HTML Microdata, JSON, RDF, RDFa, OWL, Turtle, CSV semanticweb 139 1
2013-07-13-01:03:08 schema.org/Dataset : Standard schema for linked data in HTML Microdata, JSON, RDF, RDFa, OWL, Turtle, CSV semanticweb 206 1
2013-07-13-00:55:39 schema.org/Dataset : Standard schema for linked data in HTML Microdata, JSON, RDF, RDFa, OWL, Turtle, CSV semanticweb 375 1
2013-07-13-00:52:54 schema.org/Dataset : Standard schema for linked data in HTML Microdata, JSON, RDF, RDFa, OWL, Turtle, CSV semanticweb 206 1
2013-07-12-15:20:31 Responsive Web Design Patterns programming 207 1
2013-07-12-13:43:34 Math, Science Popular Until Students Realize They're Hard science 1300 1
2013-07-12-11:48:36 My 76 year old meteorology professor wants to try out python. Any advice on what libraries I should get for him? Python 648 1
2013-07-12-11:30:39 My 76 year old meteorology professor wants to try out python. Any advice on what libraries I should get for him? Python 1416 8
2013-07-12-09:57:48 My 76 year old meteorology professor wants to try out python. Any advice on what libraries I should get for him? Python 1067 6
2013-07-11-18:30:41 Very Basic Linux Monitoring linuxadmin 527 2
2013-07-10-13:19:57 Could Self Improving A.I. be created in a garage by a few individuals? singularity 285 1
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2013-07-10-12:48:09 Old Norse influence on peripheral Swedish dialects? linguistics 818 0
2013-07-10-10:08:54 What are some easy projects I can get started in so I can put my beginner skills to use? Python 125 1
2013-07-10-09:35:23 How did you learn Python? Python 2596 2
2013-07-10-09:14:15 Creating N-Gram Indexes With Python Python 381 2
2013-07-10-09:08:52 Maintaining PreOwned Linux VMs linuxadmin 347 1
2013-07-10-05:34:03 Seeking advice for introducing iPython in high school setting. IPython 150 1
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2013-07-10-00:07:03 "Medical research shows a clear link between marijuana and mental illness, especially schizophrenia" science 431 1
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2013-07-09-04:08:18 mypy - A New Python Variant with Dynamic and Static Typing (now with Python-compatible syntax, self-hosting) Python 328 2
2013-07-08-23:00:31 undead - The quickest way to daemonize your code! Python 793 11
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2013-07-08-01:16:02 Good psychology activity ideas for high schoolers? Recommendations would be appreciated! AcademicPsychology 135 1
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2013-07-07-23:15:59 I have never taken a physics class, but I would like to understand how to apply the math classes that I've taken to physics. physicsbooks 1957 2
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How to export sqlite3 .db files to excel?

2015-01-24-00:30:35 #Python ^

The complete Anaconda distribution includes these packages. Minimally, this should do it:

conda create -n envname python pip sqlalchemy ipython-notebook cython numexpr pandas xlrd xlswriter # matplotlib

jeffknupp/sandman - ENH: Linked Data Platform API (RDF (Turtle), JSON-LD)

2015-01-15-18:20:29 #semanticweb ^

Sandman generates a REST API and configurable class-based admin CRUD scaffolding by introspecting SQL databases with SQLAlchemy.

How difficult would it be to add RDF serialization for read-only functionality similar to d2rq / LDP? http://d2rq.org/

Visualizing World Development Indicators with Python

2015-01-10-18:23:43 #Python ^

Cool. I had also written code to parse headers from the WDI datasets before I realized that Pandas includes an API for this: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/dev/remote_data.html#remote-data-wb

I believe some of this data is also available through the Quandl API, for which there is a Python implementation which also reads data into Pandas DataFrames: http://pythonhosted.org//Quandl/

Pyramid vs. Django + DRF

2015-01-02-21:37:30 #Python ^

Using Python for Statistics and Machine Learning on databases

2015-01-02-21:28:55 #Python ^

What operations work on SQL databases?

Most tabular operations, but not all. SQLAlchemy translation is a high priority. Failures include array operations like slicing and dot products don’t make sense in SQL. Additionally some operations like datetime access are not yet well supported through SQLAlchemy. Finally some databases, like SQLite, have limited support for common mathematical functions like sin.

... /r/pystats (sidebar)

Pyramid vs. Django + DRF

2015-01-02-21:10:13 #Python ^

If you're set on an ORM, SQLAlchemy is great.

Django-nonrel is not yet updated to 1.7: https://github.com/django-nonrel/django/issues/15

Industrial Engineers already have base knowledge for data science?

2014-12-30-21:09:08 #datascience ^

I am curious to hear from actual data scientists and also industrial engineers on what they think about my thoughts about industrial engineering as a basis to enter the data science field?

Data Science is domain independent?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blind_experiment#Triple-blind_trials

http://www.datascienceassn.org/content/fourth-bubble-data-science-venn-diagram-social-sciences

As far as holism, there should be domain-independent terms in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_systems_theory

http://today.slac.stanford.edu/images/2009/colloquium-web-collide.jpg

... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cybernetics just has a ring to it.

Should I always use virtualenv?

2014-12-30-00:23:17 #Python ^

With this command, the pip in bin/pip installs into a conda env, just like virtualenv:

conda create --mkdir --prefix "$WORKON_HOME/envname" --yes python readline pip

Instead of python, python3 should also work.

How does HTTP/2 work with //HTTP/URIs in RDF with e.g. SPARQL, SPARUL, LDP?

2014-12-28-02:02:48 #semanticweb ^

Python 3:

How does HTTP/2 work with //HTTP/URIs in RDF with e.g. SPARQL, SPARUL, LDP?

2014-12-27-20:39:36 #semanticweb ^

from https://wrdrd.github.io/docs/consulting/knowledge-engineering.html :

HTTP

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypertext_Transfer_Protocol

HTTP in RDF

http://www.w3.org/TR/HTTP-in-RDF10/

HTTP/2

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP/2

RDF

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework

RDFa

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RDFa

JSON-LD

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON-LD

SPARQL

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SPARQL

Challenges:

  • SPARQL query requests and responses are over HTTP; however, it's best -- and often required -- to build SPARQL queries with a server application, on behalf of clients.
  • SPARQL default LIMIT clauses and paging windows could allow for more efficient caching
  • See: LDP for more of a resource-based RESTful API that can be implemented on top of the graph pattery queries supported by SPARQL.

LDP

http://www.w3.org/TR/ldp/

Features:

  • HTTP REST API for Linked Data Platform Containers (LDPC) containing Linked Data Plaform Resources (LDPR)
  • Server-side Paging

IPython repr Method Examples

2014-12-25-23:46:05 * 2014-12-26-00:03:54 #IPython ^

Additional ideas for IPython _repr_<type>_ methods:

IPython repr Method Examples

2014-12-25-23:42:47 * 2014-12-25-23:53:53 #IPython ^

So, from (https://github.com/ipython/ipython/blob/master/IPython/utils/capture.py and https://github.com/ipython/ipython/blob/master/IPython/utils/tests/test_capture.py#L27) and (https://github.com/ipython/ipython/blob/master/IPython/core/display.py and https://github.com/ipython/ipython/blob/master/IPython/core/tests/test_display.py) :

_mime_map = dict(
    _repr_png_="image/png",
    _repr_jpeg_="image/jpeg",
    _repr_svg_="image/svg+xml",
    _repr_html_="text/html",
    _repr_json_="application/json",
    _repr_javascript_="application/javascript",
)

# _repr_latex_ = "text/latex"
# _repr_retina_ = "image/png"

webargs: A friendly library for parsing HTTP request arguments, with support for Flask, Django, Bottle, Tornado, and Pyramid

2014-12-24-10:35:18 #Python ^

https://webargs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/#webargs.core.Parser.parse

https://webargs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/_modules/webargs/core.html#Parser.parse

https://github.com/sloria/webargs/blob/dev/webargs/core.py#L272

DEFAULT_TARGETS = ('querystring', 'form', 'json',)

#: Maps target => method name
__target_map__ = {
    'json': 'parse_json',
    'querystring': 'parse_querystring',
    'query': 'parse_querystring',
    'form': 'parse_form',
    'headers': 'parse_headers',
    'cookies': 'parse_cookies',
    'files': 'parse_files',
}

I like that these are explicit and configurable, but I would default to just ('form',) (POST). ... logging could be helpful, if verbose.

Systematic data modeling techniques?

2014-12-22-07:21:35 #semanticweb ^

"Linked Data Patterns: A pattern catalogue for modelling, publishing, and consuming Linked Data" http://patterns.dataincubator.org/book/

Open-world assumption

2014-12-21-02:54:05 #semanticweb ^

So you couldnt say tht unicorns dont exist. You can only say that you habe no proof for Them.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epistemology#A_priori_and_a_posteriori_knowledge

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epistemology#The_Gettier_problem

Guido van Rossum: The Theory of Type Hinting for Python 3.5

2014-12-21-02:51:53 * 2014-12-20-19:05:34 #Python ^

So, would these always be true?

  • isinstance(object(), Any)
  • isinstance(3, Any)
  • isinstance('str', Any)

[EDIT] Whereas currently one would need to do the following for explicit runtime-type-checking:

  • isinstance(object(), (object, str, int, float, bool, ...))
  • isinstance(3, (object, str, int, float, bool, ...))
  • isinstance('str', (object, str, unicode, basestring, int, float, bool, ...))

But the preferred duck-typing approach would be something like:

  • hasattr([], '__iter__')

Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly?

2014-12-20-03:41:51 #semanticweb ^

~ "This frame language is too rigid to contain my boundless aspirations"

There's nothing stopping one from creating a local schema/ontology (e.g. with UUID URNs (like Freebase)) and linking it later (thus adding complexity to a query meant to identify similarities and differences between local representations).

  • Is there a better model than the TBox (classes) ABox (instances) distinction?

TBox statements describe a conceptualization, a set of concepts and properties for these concepts. ABox are TBox-compliant statements about individuals belonging to those concepts. For instance, a specific tree is an individual for the concept of "Tree", while it can be stated that trees as a concept are material beings that have to be positioned on some location it is possible to state the specific location that a tree takes at some specific time.

Together ABox and TBox statements make up a knowledge base. A TBox is a set of definitions and specializations.

Could a TBox be general enough to allow for flexible modeling in an ABox?

  • It could, but then we would need to specify axiomatic semantics somewhere (for inference (e.g. OWL2 profiles))

... https://wrdrd.github.io/docs/consulting/knowledge-engineering.html

Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly?

2014-12-20-03:32:15 #semanticweb ^

I think hashtags is an example of user friendly SW.

I agree. And Linked Data ... http://5stardata.info/

Discussion: Can the Semantic Web be User Friendly?

2014-12-20-03:26:26 #semanticweb ^

Limitations of spreadsheets as an initial model for data conceptualization:

Why don't we all create our own ontologies, and then link them? (e.g. with SKOS and XKOS)

What sorts of usability enhancements would make it easy to reference existing terminology?

  • Autocomplete
  • Suggest-a-property (see: Wikipedia Infoboxes and Wikidata / DBPedia)
  • Conceptual resolution

There are lots of tools with this sort of flexibility, though, indeed, none have reached critical popularity.

Only one instance of vim in i3-wm

2014-12-11-08:46:47 #vim ^

You are correct.

I should have said, "if EDITOR is set to vim --servername VIM --remote-tab-silent [...]" (which is not what was suggested). ... IDK if expand_aliases has anything to with this.

execute collectstatic each time a script runs?

2014-12-11-08:22:02 * 2014-12-11-00:38:34 #django ^

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/7514964/django-how-to-create-a-file-and-save-it-to-a-models-filefield

It's worth mentioning that it's usually better to generate reports with a task function in a (rate-limited) queue in order to avoid resource exhaustion. JS can then poll for task status and redirect or refresh when then task is complete.

[EDIT] https://github.com/johnsensible/django-sendfile can make this much faster

If the file changes, the file path/querystring can/should also change to avoid caching issues.

Only one instance of vim in i3-wm

2014-12-11-08:03:45 #vim ^

If EDITOR is set to vim, this can cause problems with things like git commit that expect the editor to block until closed. (--remote-wait does this, but if there are other windows open, vim -f works)

... https://github.com/westurner/dotfiles/blob/master/etc/bash/20-bashrc.editor.sh

Only one instance of vim in i3-wm

2014-12-11-07:58:47 #vim ^

You can also configure a shortcut to the first local vim window:

set $editor_selector [class="Gvim"]
#  <alt> v      -- focus nearest: editor
bindsym $mod+v $editor_selector focus

And create a vim scratchpad window:

set $scratchpad_editor_selector [title="SCRATCHPAD"]
set $scratchpad_start_editor gvim --servername SCRATCHPAD --remote ~/TODO
#  <XF86Favorites>          -- show the $scratchpad_editor_selector
bindsym XF86Favorites $scratchpad_editor_selector scratchpad show
#  # on (re)load, move $scratchpad_editor_selector windows to scratchpad
for_window $scratchpad_editor_selector move to scratchpad
#  <alt><shift> s           -- start scratchpad editor
bindsym $mod+Shift+s        exec $scratchpad_start_editor
#  <alt> <XF86Favorites>    -- start scratchpad editor
bindsym $mod+XF86Favorites exec $scratchpad_start_editor

... https://github.com/westurner/dotfiles/blob/master/etc/.i3/config

Semantic Web tools usable from, or with, Python #linkeddata

2014-12-11-05:33:19 #Python ^

Marmotta is written in Java.

A Marmotta client library written in Python would be great.

Any Python program can access a Linked Data server over SPARQL (HTTP); though it is far more safe to use a query-writing library that manages parametrization (and sane LIMIT clauses) than to build SPARQL query strings with naïve string concatenation.

10 Myths of Enterprise Python

2014-12-11-01:46:52 #Python ^

Tooling, strong conventions, and code review are what make big projects a manageable reality.

Thanks!

My current approach to ending requests for free tech support is working - feel free to give it a try.

2014-12-09-08:07:55 #sysadmin ^

Sysadmins are basically just engines that convert ethanol into computer knowledge.

Value added.

Is there a file in /proc/pid_of_process with a value that shows how much RAM a process is consuming?

2014-12-08-01:50:02 * 2014-12-07-18:09:02 #linuxadmin ^

Does something like this work?

https://pythonhosted.org/psutil/#psutil.process_iter

https://pythonhosted.org/psutil/#psutil.net_connections

pids = [x.pid for x in psutil.net_connections() if x.raddr[-1] in [80, 443]]
pids_dict = dict.fromkeys(pids)
processes = [x for x in psutil.process_iter() if x.pid in pids_dict]
for p in processes:
    print(p.memory_info())

[EDIT] Here's this, which requires privs (on OSX): https://gist.github.com/westurner/91cbdcadaf0a51d1c3ba

Suggestions for Middle School Presentation

2014-12-06-01:39:08 #Python ^

Gource VCS visualizations are pretty impressive background material:

IPython notebooks and/or Spyder are probably a good intro:

... "this is something you can do at home"

Wanted to share a "Home Notification Centre" I built recently.

2014-12-05-21:37:26 #Python ^

Cool script!

I usually wrap code to be executed in a def main(*args) method, and then add:

if __name__ == "__main__":
    main()
    # import sys
    # sys.exit(main())  # UNIX programs return '0' if there is not an error

This has (at least) two benefits:

  1. If someone does import pywapitest, the script does not execute
  2. It makes testing (e.g. with unittest.TestCase) possible

Wanted to share a "Home Notification Centre" I built recently.

2014-12-05-21:35:10 #Python ^

+1. Catching exceptions and HTTP status codes with requests is far simpler: http://requests.readthedocs.org/en/latest/user/quickstart/#response-status-codes

What headings and files would you add to a reproducible IPython notebook project template (e.g. with cookiecutter)?

2014-12-05-21:26:52 #IPython ^

cc'd from ipython-dev "A Reproducible IPython project template (was: Create New Notebook from Command-line)"

  1. This could be a useful commandline option.

  2. You could accomplish the same with a https://github.com/audreyr/cookiecutter jinja2 project template.

Really, a reproducible project template could have:

  • A requirements.txt for pip (or peep)

Building a GUI-App with Python in school

2014-12-04-23:59:42 #Python ^

Common Excel tasks shown in pandas

2014-12-01-17:17:44 #Python ^

This is abbreviated from https://github.com/westurner/pypfi/blob/da0e7267/pypfi/pypfi.py :

import numpy as np
import pandas as pd
colname = 'date'
n_rows = 100
start_date = '2014-01-01'

df = pd.DataFrame({
    'date': pd.date_range(start=start_date, periods=n_rows ),
    'amount': np.random.randint(0, 100, size=n_rows)})

df['year']      = df[colname].apply(lambda x: x.year)
df['yearmonth'] = df[colname].apply(lambda x: "%d-%02d" % (x.year, x.month))
df['month']     = df[colname].apply(lambda x: x.month)
df['weekday']   = df[colname].apply(lambda x: x.weekday())
df['hour']      = df[colname].apply(lambda x: x.hour)

by_year      = df.groupby(df['year'], as_index=True)['amount'].sum()
by_yearmonth = df.groupby(df['yearmonth'], as_index=True)['amount'].sum()
by_year_mon  = df.groupby((df['year', 'month']))
by_month     = df.groupby(df['month'], as_index=True)['amount'].sum()
by_weekday   = df.groupby(df['weekday_abbr'], as_index=True)['amount'].sum()
by_hour      = df.groupby(df['hour'], as_index=True)['amount'].sum()

df_yearmonth = pd.pivot_table(df,
                              index=['date', 'index'],
                              columns=['year','month'],
                              values='amount',
                              aggfunc=np.sum,
                              margins=True)

output['pivot_by_yearmonth'] = df_yearmonth

Something similar could be useful in the pandas docs, which are here: https://github.com/pydata/pandas/tree/master/doc

How to work with CSV like a two-dimensional array?

2014-11-28-16:35:39 #Python ^

Does savetxt escape quotes?

"One, " two", three

Do python web-apps depending on ORM really scale well?

2014-11-28-09:26:18 #Python ^

Re: ORMs, performance, and expertise

What is the likelihood that you and your team are going to optimize object (de)serialization and instantiation better than SQLAlchemy? What do you want to need to write tests for?

If you don't need transactions, why even use a SQL database?

If there is a full time DBA who can write faster raw queries with engine.execute (or DB-API) (and read them into testable objects), who knows better than to concatenate strings into queries without parameterization (in order to prevent SQLi by default), who contributes to or maintains a database driver and understands the idiosyncrasies of other database drivers well-enough to implement workarounds when that's the best option, then hire that DBA to normalize the tables into performance land and cross your fingers that they want to train additional team members, for the future.

If performance profiling indicates that optimization is necessary (with a near-production architecture), then A/B and subtract.

Are you replacing virtualenv with docker, or are you using them in conjonction?

2014-11-28-06:12:34 #Python ^

Hynek Schlawack wrote an article that discusses this:

https://hynek.me/articles/virtualenv-lives/

Thanks!

Tips for coding for long periods of time?

2014-11-25-23:39:58 #Python ^

The one-sized Gunnar gaming glasses from bb definitely take the edge off.

Tips for coding for long periods of time?

2014-11-25-01:15:53 #Python ^
  • Gunnar Optiks computer glasses. They have them at best buy.
  • JustGetFlux.com
  • breaks for your eyes. The 20/20/20 rule: every 20 minutes, take at least 20 seconds to focus on something at least 20 feet away (to allow the eyes' accommodation to adjust)
  • lat pulls and rows (pushups) for the neck

Indoor Positioning SDK for Android announced by CSR

2014-11-23-18:29:13 #androiddev ^

I don't have another answer for that question

RDF in Markdown/ReStructuredText: How to store semantic data in the /r/semanticweb/wiki/index?

2014-11-22-12:13:50 #semanticweb ^

Copied from OT to a comment here so I can read this in my commentstream

https://www.reddit.com/r/semanticweb/wiki/index

With ReStructuredText::

```restructuredtext
========
Title
========

.. index:: DBPedia
.. _dbpedia:

`<Subject <#dbpedia>`__
============================
| Wikipedia: `<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dbpedia>`__
| Homepage: http://dbpedia.org
| Docs: http://dbpedia.org/About
| Docs: http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads2014
| SPARQL: http://dbpedia.org/sparql

DBPedia is an extract of RDF facts from Wikipedia. (description)

```

From https://www.reddit.com/r/semanticweb/comments/2n1bea/is_there_an_awesomesemanticweb_or_an/cm9ffxx :

> Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/SoftwareApplication
>
> Thing > CreativeWork > Article > http://schema.org/ScholarlyArticle
>
> Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/Code
>
> Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/Dataset

Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/SoftwareApplication

Thing > CreativeWork > Article > http://schema.org/ScholarlyArticle

Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/Code

Thing > CreativeWork > http://schema.org/Dataset

RDF in Markdown/ReStructuredText: How to store semantic data in the /r/semanticweb/wiki/index?

2014-11-22-12:08:37 * 2014-11-22-05:18:36 #semanticweb ^

With Sphinx, a block of http://www.w3.org/TR/turtle/ syntax would need to be parsed at a different time in the build chain.

Are there roles or directives for sphinx or markdown which support

  • [ ] describing resources (with blocks of turtle or a syntax extension?)

::

DBPedia
=========
Conjectured RDF in ReStructuredText and a request for
a comparable solution in Markdown.

:author: @westurner

:ref:`DBPedia ref <dbpedia>` is one way to go
:triplerole:`DBPedia triplerole <#dbpedia>` is another. Also, JSON-LD.
.. tripledirective::
   :sourcefile:
   :destfile:
   :show_formats:

   @prefix : <> . # TODO
   @prefix dbp: <http://dbpedia.org/resource/> .
   @prefix dbpedia-owl: <http://dbpedia.org/ontology/> .
   @prefix foaf: <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/> .
   @prefix label: <http://purl.org/net/vocab/2004/03/label#> .
   @prefix owl: <http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#> .
   @prefix rdf: <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#> .
   @prefix rdfs: <http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#> .
   @prefix schema: <http://schema.org/> .
   @prefix td: <http://example.org/ns/todo#> .

   <http://dbpedia.org/resource/DBpedia>
        a owl:Thing ;
        a schema:CreativeWork ;
        a dbpedia-owl:Software ;
        .
   # http://dbpedia.org/page/DBpedia
   # http://wiki.dbpedia.org/Datasets
   # schema:WebPage
   # http://schema.org/docs/full.html

Python in Notepad++

2014-11-16-07:12:37 * 2014-11-15-23:18:50 #Python ^

Job hunting - Programming req'd?

2014-11-09-07:36:08 * 2014-11-08-23:40:47 #linguistics ^

linguistics [...] Jobs that ask for python and/or database software experience and Linux familiarity. Would it be enough to have a very basic knowledge and maybe be able to do very simple scripts in python?

It's difficult to believe that any degree program does not include any programming.

Python

Install a Python distribution. I like Anaconda.

Databases

Linguistics

Linux

Download a LiveCD and boot it in VirtualBox. Launch a terminal (bash). Run python. Run man python. Run python -m site.

What is this called? cummean?

2014-11-08-12:28:53 #pystats ^

Is this something you wrote and want to know if it's useful, or something you found and are asking what it does? If this is your code, it might be nice if you wrote up more of a description on what this is, why you wrote it, what it's for, and how it might be used.

Yup, sure did. stat and hg said 2011 before I dusted it off.

The stateful algorithm you present looks correct. It appears to be functionally equivalent to streamavg_running_segment ( https://gist.github.com/westurner/98453d572284ef7fa1ff#file-avgs-py-L67 ); with a different API. I'm not certain exactly what complexity class to assign to this problem. Thank you for your input.

Further documentation may be of use.

What is this called? cummean?

2014-11-08-18:38:39 #pystats ^

Thanks! I suppose the objective was to implement a streaming algorithm for calculating the mean of an iterable of numbers.

I've heard about Accumulo Iterators and Spark Streaming, but am not aware of any Python libraries that implement this (or other) simple streaming algorithm.

TL;DR this may or may not be useful for the Python 3.4 stats module or NumPy[Py].

Newbie who wants to use d3 to visualize account balance over time. Overwhelmed and need pointers on how to get started.

2014-11-08-18:33:35 * 2014-11-08-10:43:06 #webdev ^

Here's a start, without any charts (yet): https://gist.github.com/westurner/b0f07b71a692d49c9eec

Given a CSV (TSV), compute aggregations with Pandas and NumPy, then generate an HTML report with Bootstrap, JQuery, jquery.tocify, and floathead

[EDIT] To generate (d3js) charts with pandas: https://pandas-docs.github.io/pandas-docs-travis/ecosystem.html#visualization

What is this called? cummean?

2014-11-08-10:28:53 #pystats ^

Neither 0, 1, nor len(series) return the same output as test_61, which does seem overly verbose.

pandas.stats.moments.rolling_mean is documented here, as well: https://pandas-docs.github.io/pandas-docs-travis/computation.html#moving-rolling-statistics-moments

Also, here: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/dev/api.html#standard-moving-window-functions

What is this called? cummean?

2014-11-08-10:14:01 #pystats ^

Thanks. Is there a way to do this with pandas.rolling_mean? I didn't try -1 (... What is the windowing function if all observations are equally weighted?)

What is this called? cummean?

2014-11-08-01:52:25 #pystats ^

I searched for "cumulative mean" and "momentary mean".

IPython notebooks are being distributed as supplementary materials in peer-reviewed academic publications to enable readers to reproduce the computational aspects of the work.

2014-11-07-10:46:06 #Python ^

I wouldn't be surprised if the really good journals starting demanding this kind of thing in the future.

Open Access is a start.

Requiring Open Data - to enable independent statistical analyses [1] - is the next logical step up. [2]

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blind_experiment#Triple-blind_trials

[2] http://blogs.plos.org/tech/make-data-sharing-easy-plos-launches-its-data-repository-integration-partner-program/

Chkconfig For SystemD

2014-11-07-10:07:07 #linuxadmin ^

Here's cheatsheet to map service and chkconfig commands to systemclt: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SysVinit_to_Systemd_Cheatsheet

systemctl list-unit-files --type=service(preferred)
ls /etc/systemd/system/*.wants/

Thanks!

Chkconfig For SystemD

2014-11-07-02:04:36 #linuxadmin ^

Here's (another) cheatsheet for systemd and sysvinit:

http://linoxide.com/linux-command/systemd-vs-sysvinit-cheatsheet/

Terminal purists: What do you use for DB administration?

2014-11-06-08:04:26 * 2014-11-06-00:10:52 #vim ^

Vim, IPython, and SQLAlchemy:

Manually templating SQL with string concatenation is a bad idea; I'd mistype something and not have a backup or a transaction log to undo it.

Writing the inverse operations helps to ensure that I actually know what I'm doing. Migration utilities like alembic and sqlalchemy-migrate support named upgrade and downgrade scripts which can (should) be checked into version control.

One great thing about SQLAlchemy and other ORM layers is that it's possible to manually and automatedly test things out on a local SQLite database with comparable fixtures.

TL;DR TDD DBA.

[EDIT] IPython %logstart [-o] <filename.py> logs input [and output] to a script.

. /etc/sysconfig/tomcat6 - Does what, exactly?

2014-11-04-23:03:05 #linuxadmin ^

In bash, to get the documentation for . (source), you can use help:

help .
help source

http://learnxinyminutes.com/docs/bash/

Please remove mitsuhiko/*

2014-11-03-15:09:29 #Python ^

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSD_licenses#3-clause_license_.28.22Revised_BSD_License.22.2C_.22New_BSD_License.22.2C_or_.22Modified_BSD_License.22.29

  * Neither the name of the <organization> nor the
  names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products
  derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

Unintended consequences, I'm sure.

I'm trying to write a program that will search a list of tasks and print out which tasks you should do based on your input.

2014-10-30-22:13:05 #Python ^

You could also subclass collections.namedtuple and add a ._repr_json_ method:

import collections, json
_Item = collections.namedtuple('Item', 'type lvl task')
class Item(_Item):
def _repr_json_(self):
    return json.dumps(self._asdict())

item = Item('mind',1,'Create a todo list for the week')
assert item.lvl == 1
print(item)
print(item.__str__())
print(item._repr_json_())

_ = {'type': 'mind', 'lvl': 2, 'task': 'Catch up on emails'}
item2 = Item(**_)
assert item2.lvl == '2

I'm trying to write a program that will search a list of tasks and print out which tasks you should do based on your input.

2014-10-30-21:55:36 * 2014-10-30-21:02:33 #Python ^

Consider the following CSV input file::

type, lvl, task
test",0,"test"
mind,1,"Create a to do list for the week"
mind,2,"Catch up on emails"

You could store and work with this type of data with tablib, dataset, Blaze, pandas, pyld:

tablib

CSV, JSON, YAML, XLS

Python

https://tablib.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

https://tablib.readthedocs.org/en/latest/tutorial/

dataset

CSV, JSON, SQLAlchemy

Python

http://dataset.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

http://dataset.readthedocs.org/en/latest/quickstart.html#running-custom-sql-queries

blaze

CSV, JSON, HDF, PyTables, Pandas, SQLAlchemy, MongoDB, Spark

Python + NumPy (C, FORTRAN, ATLAS)

http://blaze.pydata.org/docs/latest/overview.html

http://blaze.pydata.org/docs/latest/quickstart.html

pandas

CSV, Excel, HDF, PyTables, SQL, SQLAlchemy, JSON, msgpack, HTML, BigQuery, stata, clipboard

Python + Cython + NumPy (C, FORTRAN, ATLAS)

http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/

http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/io.html

http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/dev/ecosystem.html

pyld

JSON-LD

Python

http://json-ld.org/#developers

https://github.com/digitalbazaar/pyld

Recommendations for dynamic DNS providers?

2014-10-25-11:23:54 * 2014-10-25-03:30:29 #homelab ^

https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch05.en.html#_the_advanced_network_configuration_with_ifupdown_legacy

I'm not sure what you mean by this, but the vm's IP itself is not changing, instead my pfsense's wan ip is changing. So the script hits an internet site that echo's my wan ip and then I use that to update cloudflare. As far as I know I can't update cloudflare through pfsense's dyndns options, but I may be able to do it via a proxy service of some sort...

Ah. There must be a NEWIP event of some sort to hook so that you don't have to wait for the next cron poll to update the DNS record / CDN configuration.

It would be great if pfSense had a webhook for a NEWIP event; while it shouldn't require an external service: https://github.com/saltstack/salt-contrib/blob/master/grains/external_ip.py

[EDIT] IDK how this would work with CARP / bonding / IPv6 (when there are multiple external IPs).

Recommendations for dynamic DNS providers?

2014-10-25-06:07:48 * 2014-10-24-22:26:31 #homelab ^
  • I run a python script in an hourly cron job on a random home server that checks if my ip has changed and if it has updates my root domain ip entry on cloudlfare via their api (based on this script) (The other option is to run their perl ddclient)
  • I also wrote a script that allows me to add subdomains to cloudflare using their api so when I spin up a new service I don't have to login to cloudflare's site to configure it.

[EDIT] https://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-reference/ch05.en.html#_scripting_with_the_ifupdown_system

With this combination I get free valid ssl for my home server's, along with dynamic dns. It should be noted that using cloudlfare with the cdn enabled means I can't just hit <rooturl>:<servicePort> since that points to cloudflare's servers, instead you have to use a subdomain that isn't configured, for example use h.<rooturl> to get by that.

Thanks!

Best practices, source installs vs package manager

2014-10-23-10:33:00 * 2014-10-23-02:38:04 #linuxadmin ^

Handling reddit comments in strings/HTML

2014-10-23-10:05:26 #Python ^

For comments, there should be body and body_html attributes: https://github.com/reddit/reddit/wiki/JSON#comment-implements-votable--created

For submissions, there should be selftext and selftext_html attributes: https://github.com/reddit/reddit/wiki/JSON#link-implements-votable--created

CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw#

2014-10-23-09:33:12 #semanticweb ^

TIL about Vasa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vasa_(ship) ... Yet another reminder that unit and dimensional metadata are essential to preventing costly errors in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:)

2014-10-23-09:11:24 #semanticweb ^

It's not clear to me why this was downvoted?

Are dimensional analysis and units of measure not foundational to reducing error in science, technology, engineering, and math?

QUDT - Quantities, Units, Dimensions and Types (dtype:, dimension:, quantity:, qudt:, vaem:, voag:)

2014-10-23-01:45:56 * 2014-10-23-01:54:53 #semanticweb ^

[EDIT] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turtle_(syntax)

# schemas    
@prefix dtype: <http://www.linkedmodel.org/1.0/schema/dtype> .
@prefix dimension: <http://qudt.org/1.1/schema/dimension> .
@prefix quantity: <http://qudt.org/1.1/schema/quantity> .
@prefix qudt: <http://qudt.org/1.1/schema/qudt> .
@prefix vaem: <http://www.linkedmodel.org/1.2/schema/vaem> .
@prefix voag: <http://voag.linkedmodel.org/1.0/schema/voag> .
# vocabularies
@prefix qudt-dimensionalunit: <http://qudt.org/1.1/vocab/dimensionalunit> .
@prefix qudt-dimension: <http://qudt.org/1.1/vocab/dimension> .
@prefix qudt-quantity: <http://qudt.org/1.1/vocab/quantity> .
@prefix unit: <http://qudt.org/1.1/vocab/unit> .

CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw#

2014-10-22-19:06:01 #semanticweb ^

Context: I am looking at developing RDF support for Pandas (to_rdf, read_rdf). I can see value in both qb: and csvw:, with csvw: clearly being the simpler spec to implement first.

I'm sure there's been discussion of advantages / merits of each ontology.

Disadvantages:

  • Space-efficiency? (... HTTP compression, Git compression, RDFHDT)

Justification (over CSV):

  • CSV can label columns; that's it.
  • CSV is not sufficient for maintaining columnar datatypes
  • CSV2RDF can include metadata within the same file (no need for a separate file with ad-hoc metadata fields)
  • CSV2RDF is RDF, which, in conjunction with a triple store, makes CSVs SPARQL-able (search)

CSV on the Web Working Group: CSV2RDF, CSV2JSON, csvw: www.w3.org/ns/csvw#

2014-10-22-18:38:50 #semanticweb ^

Is there something of value that you feel you've added here?

Do you use vim as a server or as a single instance?

2014-10-22-16:27:50 * 2014-10-22-08:35:03 #vim ^

I create a vim server for each virtualenv by setting $EDITOR and aliases _edit, e so that

we dotfiles  # ~workon (source $VIRTUAL_ENV/bin/activate)

e <path>

opens in that virtualenv's (virtualenvwrapper) vim server.

[EDIT]

https://github.com/westurner/dotfiles/blob/master/etc/ipython/ipython_config.py#L360

https://github.com/westurner/dotfiles/blob/master/etc/bash/10-bashrc.venv.sh#L34

https://wrdfiles.readthedocs.org/en/latest/usage.html#bash

What is the current state of reproducible science in the field of machine learning?

2014-10-20-09:36:01 * 2014-10-20-01:40:40 #MachineLearning ^

From "ENH: Linked Datasets (RDF)" https://github.com/pydata/pandas/issues/3402 :

```

@datastep / PROV

  • [ ] Objective: Additive journal of transformations
  • [ ] Link to source script(s) URIs
  • [ ] Decorator for annotating data transformations with metadata.
  • [ ] Generate PROV metadata for data transformations

Ten Simple Rules for Reproducible Computational Research (3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10)

```

[EDIT]

SeeAlso:

Pandas 0.15.0 just released

2014-10-20-07:27:11 #Python ^

http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/

pandas is a Python package providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to make working with “relational” or “labeled” data both easy and intuitive. It aims to be the fundamental high-level building block for doing practical, real world data analysis in Python. 

hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON

2014-10-19-01:44:35 #Python ^

Thank you for your time and input!

Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it

2014-10-19-01:38:42 #Python ^

It is computationally expensive to determine what is and is not a datetime during JSON deserialization if there is no JSON schema (such as a JSON-LD @context) to indicate which fields to try and map into a (timezone-aware) datetime.date / datetime.datetime / numpy.datetime64 / arrow; I didn't mean to imply that it's not a specific limitation of jsonpickle.

Can anyone recommend some tranquil ambient electronica?

2014-10-18-01:54:30 #Music ^

"Looking for good music to work to? Try video game soundtracks. The music's designed to provide a stimulating background that doesn't mess with your concentration." https://www.reddit.com/r/LifeProTips/comments/1kgc9k/looking_for_good_music_to_work_to_try_video_game/

Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it

2014-10-17-02:47:17 #Python ^

jsonpickle is useful for many of the same use cases, though datetime support is not easy: https://github.com/jsonpickle/jsonpickle

For many applications, the overhead of JSON-LD serialization is worth the extra time: http://json-ld.org/#developers

[EDIT] A bit OT, but schema.org provides an already-developed (extensible) schema with URIs for JSON-LD attributes: http://schema.org/docs/full.html

Interested in the Pickle binary format? I wrote a StackOverflow answer that sheds some light on it

2014-10-16-19:45:29 #Python ^

Pickle is almost never the correct choice.

If you would like risk execution of arbitrary code in the process space of your Python application, pickle is a good way to do that.

From "DOC: Pickle is unsafe" https://github.com/zopefoundation/zodbpickle/issues/2 :

From http://docs.python.org/2/library/pickle.html#pickle-python-object-serialization

Warning The pickle module is not intended to be secure against erroneous or maliciously constructed data. Never unpickle data received from an untrusted or unauthenticated source.

With pickle, there is no data/code boundary. See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Separation_of_concerns

hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON

2014-10-16-19:39:15 #Python ^

You seem to be proposing a use case and rejecting the usefulness of this method for that use case.

As it stands, this is far more useful than adding ad-hoc patterns of '%s' and '%r' in logging messages.

It may even be possible to add a shell-injection filter as a cross-cutting concern, given that this provides a standard key-value API for logging.

Is there confirmation bias in starting with e.g. simple regression analysis? Which factors did we know we were capturing?

2014-10-15-21:12:29 #askscience ^

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axiom#Logical_axioms

Does/can/could research findings be derived from extant (Open Data) /r/datasets, given sufficiently appropriate coding (Linked Data URIs) for study/experimental controls?

hynek/structlog - structured key/value logging to stdout, logging, JSON

2014-10-15-21:02:36 #Python ^

http://www.structlog.org/en/0.4.2/why.html

Structured logging means that you don’t write hard-to-parse and hard-to-keep-consistent prose in your logs but that you log events that happen in a context instead.

awesome-sphinxdoc: A curated list of awesome stuffs for Sphinx Python Documentation Generator

2014-10-14-17:46:09 #Python ^

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/sphinxcontrib-napoleon supports NumPy-style docstrings:

As of Sphinx 1.3, the napoleon extension will come packaged with Sphinx under sphinx.ext.napoleon.

Problems with Teaching Python in School

2014-10-14-02:34:16 #Python ^

If you're teaching students with no prior knowledge of programming, shouldn't you be teaching them the basics first? Things like if/else, while, for... Perhaps Boolean logic? I mean, teaching modules like Pillow and pygame require basic knowledge first.

http://scipy-lectures.github.io/intro/language/python_language.html

Traditional methodology has always suggested this would be true; but more sensory exercises are likely to be far more engaging.

Code.org probably has some research to indicate what is most successful with various segments:

Yeah, that is it. I want to make things visible for them. The Turtle Graphics were great for that. They understood things much better than expected.

(Freshman CS ~101) "Introduction to Computing and Programming in Python: A Multimedia Approach" http://www.amazon.com/Introduction-Computing-Programming-Python-Edition/dp/0132923513

The book's hands-on approach shows how programs can be used to build multimedia computer science applications that include sound, graphics, music, pictures, and movies.

Vim Shortcuts for Webbrowsers

2014-10-11-19:35:10 #vim ^

https://github.com/akahuku/wasavi

wasavi is an extension for Chrome, Opera and Firefox. wasavi transforms TEXTAREA element of any page into a VI editor, so you can edit the text in VI. wasavi supports almost all VI commands and some ex commands.

How important is a degree/certificate to land a web developer job? (Is portfolio + Javascript knowledge enough)?

2014-10-06-16:28:45 * 2014-10-13-06:12:39 #webdev ^

.1. How big of a handicap is my lack of formal training? What can I do to offset that?

  • Develop a repeatable process.
  • Ask for critical feedback.

.2. I know I'm just scratching the surface here. To be really employable, what are the required skills and proficiency?

[EDIT]

[/EDIT]

.3. Folks who have successfully transitioned into Web devs w/o formal training or prior experience, could you please share your experience.

[EDIT] Markdown syntax

Are PyPI download numbers real?

2014-10-06-03:11:06 * 2014-10-05-19:14:14 #Python ^

I've heard that mirrors of PyPI cause a lot of 'downloads'. I wish someone would implement some kind of filtering so the numbers were more realistic.

It would be easy to do periodic sampling in order to establish a baseline.

... [EDIT]

https://github.com/pypa/warehouse/blob/master/warehouse/urls.py

https://github.com/pypa/warehouse/blob/master/warehouse/packaging/views.py#L127

https://github.com/pypa/warehouse/blob/master/warehouse/packaging/db.py#L40

Custom matplotlib stylesheets in v. 1.4

2014-10-05-23:16:37 #IPython ^

Thanks! How does this compare to mpltools and seaborn?

Web Scraping Nobel Prize Data Using LXML and Pandas

2014-10-05-23:07:14 #IPython ^

From http://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/2cofg1/ipython_notebook_with_interactive_plots/cjhwf0t :

http://www.reddit.com/r/semanticweb/comments/2ck0hq/whats_the_difference_between_rdf_linked_data_and/cjgk42b :

http://5stardata.info/

http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#x5-star-linked-open-data :

  • ☆ Publish data on the Web in any format (e.g., PDF, JPEG) accompanied by an explicit Open License (expression of rights).
  • ☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a machine-readable format (e.g., XML).
  • ☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a documented, non-proprietary data format (e.g., CSV, KML).
  • ☆☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web as RDF (eg Turtle, RDFa, JSON-LD, SPARQL)
  • ☆☆☆☆☆ In your RDF, have the identifiers be links (URLs) to useful data sources.

Web Scraping Nobel Prize Data Using LXML and Pandas

2014-10-05-23:04:30 #IPython ^

Thank you for this IPython notebook tutorial!

First off, this could be much easier if this was in a structured data format (CSV, JSON, XML, RDFa).

Second, LXML is great; but, occasionally, LXML fails to parse bad markup. BeautifulSoup is much more tolerant of malformed markup.

Third, here are a three resources for helping with web scraping:

Help or guide on using inferencing and reasoning to fill in related attributes?

2014-09-30-01:09:53 #semanticweb ^

So this process is called entailment then? Where the transitive relation properties are sort of merged (although not persisted) to seem to be part of the triple?

(RDFS) Entailment / Materialization / Inferencing

How I learned about this: http://www.usna.edu/Users/cs/adina/research/Rya_ISjournal2013.pdf p.8

4. Query Processing

One of RDF's strengths is the ability to 'infer' relationships or properties. Rya supports rdfs:subClassOf, rdfs:subPropertyOf, owl:equivalentProperty, owl:inverseOf, owl:SymmetricProperty, and owl:TransitiveProperty inferences. We describe below our methods for query processing.

Eric Cartman brilliantly mocks the "lazy startup" culture nowadays

2014-09-26-00:19:59 #Entrepreneur ^

I'm a huge South Park fan, and last night the first episode of the new season aired. And to my joy, it took the piss out of all of these entrepreneurs who think you can make a business by getting funding for nothing on Kickstarter.

He summed up his company's whole business model as:

  1. Start up

  2. Cash in

  3. Sell out

  4. Bro down

As seen on https://twitter.com/SouthPark/status/515004503104319488

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turn_on,_tune_in,_drop_out

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnomes_(South_Park)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Park

Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger.

2014-09-24-23:43:58 * 2014-09-24-15:52:43 #technology ^

How do they have access to "virtually all" of the comments?

[EDIT] "Request: The "Sunlight Foundation" analyzed FCC comments for net neutrality: is anyone able to find an existing dataset of the comments?" http://www.reddit.com/r/opendata/comments/2fdemj/request_the_sunlight_foundation_analyzed_fcc/

Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger.

2014-09-24-23:43:13 * 2014-09-24-16:26:43 #technology ^

Low man on the totem pole of course, same as it has always been.

"Socialism for the rich, capitalism for the poor" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_welfare#.22Socialism_for_the_rich.2C_capitalism_for_the_poor.22

[EDIT]

HARM: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suppression_of_dissent

VALUE: Free flow of information is the essential feedback mechanism of a functional democracy.

VALUE: Diversity

VALUE: httpS://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourth_branch_of_government

Comcast: “virtually all” people who submitted comments to the FCC support the merger.

2014-09-24-21:20:54 #technology ^

That's just how they compete. Use their power to destroy their rivals legislatively rather than beating them in the marketplace.

No, that's illegal misappropriation.

This is a company that gives cupcakes to the agency which regulates it, every year.

If the first option is cheaper and equally effective, capitalism says it's the best option.

And who pays for the externalities?

LPT: When mentioning time on the Internet, use 'x hours ago' or 'y hours from now' instead of your local time zone

2014-09-22-00:04:58 #LifeProTips ^

LPT: Use http://schema.org/Date (schema:Date) in RDFa (HTML + RDFa @content tags and attributes + RDF subjects, predicates, and objects), JSONLD, {...}

Critique of dependency bundling in requests

2014-09-21-00:03:09 * 2014-09-21-16:08:01 #Python ^

When you run pip install --upgrade -r requirements.txt, does it not satisfy the constraints specified in the requirements file (possibly output from pip freeze)?

Would file permissions be more helpful in that case? (When it's not feasible to simply create a new virtualenv and install the modified set of requirements)

Or would nesting of requirements files accomplish such a dependency pinning objective?

Here's a requirements.lock discussion: https://github.com/pypa/pip/issues/1175

Here's an article about pip-compile: http://nvie.com/posts/better-package-management/ ([EDIT] requirements.in)

Is this why conda requires pycosat: http://conda.pydata.org/docs/#requirements

Critique of dependency bundling in requests

2014-09-20-06:35:20 #Python ^

https://pip.readthedocs.org/en/latest/user_guide.html#requirements-files

This is a valid pip requirements file:

pkg1
pkg2
pkg3>=1.0,<=2.0

[EDIT] Create a virtualenv, pip install, run adequate tests

The relative speeds of str.format and %

2014-09-16-09:26:33 #Python ^

string.Template may compile templates once: https://docs.python.org/2/library/string.html

I'm a teenager looking to start a small business in my free time

2014-09-13-03:10:04 * 2014-09-12-19:13:23 #Entrepreneur ^

Learn to code, build an app, maintain releases (e.g. git hubflow, semver.org), package for each platform, profit

[EDIT]

/r/learnprogramming

/r/learnpython/wiki/index

wasavi: vi in browser text areas, but not everywhere else

2014-09-11-21:33:23 #vim ^

wasavi is an extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. wasavi changes a textarea element to virtual vi editor which supports almost all the vi/ex commands.

https://github.com/akahuku/wasavi

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-10-00:02:50 #graphene ^

First, I'm not sure what you're getting at by quoting or linking-to all the Wikipedia articles...

Just taking notes, thanks!

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-06-13:43:25 #graphene ^

In particular, the replacement of incandescent light bulbs with compact fluorescent lamps can have a drastic effect on energy consumption.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photosensitive_epilepsy#Fluorescent_lighting

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-06-13:35:31 #graphene ^

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphene == Carbon (one atom thick)

'''TIL "that 95 percent of a tree is actually from carbon dioxide"''' http://www.reddit.com/r/todayilearned/comments/29e1ju/til_that_95_percent_of_a_tree_is_actually_from/

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-06-13:11:13 #graphene ^

usually <15% of the energy produced is used during the process (albeit, the energy produced (read: (syn)gases) are usually used for subsequent loads after being cleaned up ... and the 'waste' heat is used for the extra-drying of the upcoming load to be gasified ... larger capacity facilities usually end up with a 90%+ amount of energy being made available

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syngas ("synthesis gas")

some biomass feedstocks are much more energy dense than others [...] leafier plants... or, plants, or parts of plants... that are 'looser' or less carbon-dense (read: leaves vs branches vs trunks, etc) will break down into a gas much faster & easier

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biomass

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy_crop

but, diesel engines are like canons essentially...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diesel_exhaust

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_IARC_Group_1_carcinogens#Mixtures (does this apply to alternative fuels?)

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-06-12:58:00 #graphene ^

carbon that was otherwise pulled out of the atmosphere during the plants 'respiration'

lab exercise: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Respirometry

also, there's a lot of CO in flue gases... same in tail pipe emissions of cars, hence catalytic converters... which specifically 'up-convert' CO into CO2

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalytic_converter

... hence tail pipes have a lot of water coming out of them... at that... N2, O2, H2O and CO2 are all great for plants. [...] at that, these can be 'fed' into greenhouses, increasing the yields pretty damn significantly ... again, depending on plant type but... yield increases of 300-400% are pretty common, and as high as 800% shouldn't be overly surprising... vs a control outside... of course, this just increases plant yield and, thus, carbon within the plant.. which can be used to make biochar and, thus, graphene. ...and, in the process, also produce more gases ... more plant = more gases ... 'fruits' tend to be more plentiful as well... including hydrocarbons or bio-oils... as such... you end up converting a lot of energy into a usable form... that's ever-increasingly a straight-swap for our current energy infrastructure ..

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenhouse_gas#Removal_from_the_atmosphere_.28.22sinks.22.29

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxygen_mask

Lastly, separate from all of that ... yes, you can use flue stack emissions or even just atmospheric carbon for graphene production in essentially the same way... just capture the CO2, crack it so that it's C & O2 or C & o1 & o1 ... and, refine it out so that they're separate .. and, then do what you'd like with the C ... but, this is not anywhere near as dense as biochar is... as well, it would require energy, vs biochar's creation process resulting in excess energy (vs what's needed to make it)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biochar

Thank you so much!

TIL that toxoplasmosis infection increases the probability of traffic accidents by twice in individuals having negative blood groups.

2014-09-06-12:25:09 #todayilearned ^

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toxoplasmosis

Up to a third of the world's human population is estimated to carry a Toxoplasma infection.

[...]

Recent research has also linked toxoplasmosis with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, and schizophrenia.

New study concludes that there is 99.999% certainty humans are driving global warming

2014-09-06-11:55:26 #science ^

I wouldn't say the title is inaccurate. The 95-100% certainty figure is from the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, not the research in question:

"Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis" http://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/wg1/

Is it possible to produce graphene out of air?

2014-09-06-11:08:35 #graphene ^

I'm a bit beyond my level of comprehension here.

How does the process you describe (thanks!) compare with http://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pressroom/newsreleases/2014/august/could-hemp-nanosheets-topple-graphene-for-making-the-ideal-supercapacitor.html ?

I suppose I was thinking more of a process which could work before/in a smokestack; producing graphene air filters from waste carbon dioxide onsite.

TIL about http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biochar (thanks!)

How would one determine comparative net energy needs for these different approaches?

The Data Science Skills Network

2014-09-05-14:03:23 #IOPsychology ^

Helpful for developing /r/datascience skills to be listed (linked to!) on a social network profile: https://github.com/datasciencemasters/go

The Data Science Skills Network

2014-09-05-13:52:37 * 2014-09-05-06:17:58 #IOPsychology ^

My concern is with pure statisticians and data scientists moving into HR big data. I am seeing it happen right now. They don't understand psychological data and because they are purely data miners they end up with all kinds of conclusions that don't really represent the data accurately.

I caught one presentation where they dissected a likert question into categories using chi-square and then used that 1 response on the likert scale as groups and talked about how they responded to other items. Apparently a 3 is completely different than a 4 or a 2 in a likert scale..........I never knew!!

So there wasn't enough metadata to indicate that it was a scalar variable and not a categorical variable; in order to perform a triple-blind (domain independent) analysis?

[EDIT] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Likert_scale#Scoring_and_analysis

The Whitehouse releases "TechFAR" explicitly encouraging the use of Agile in Federal IT

2014-09-04-16:41:46 * 2014-09-04-08:49:49 #agile ^

https://playbook.cio.gov/ :

  1. Understand what people need
  2. Address the whole experience, from start to finish
  3. Make it simple and intuitive
  4. Build the service using agile and iterative practices
  5. Structure budgets and contracts to support delivery
  6. Assign one leader and hold that person accountable
  7. Bring in experienced teams
  8. Choose a modern technology stack
  9. Deploy in a flexible hosting environment
  10. Automate testing and deployments
  11. Manage security and privacy through reusable processes
  12. Use data to drive decisions
  13. Default to open

A helpful set of criteria to evaluate existing and proposed solutions.

For each item:

  • a checkbox
  • a few sentences
  • and links to docs and implementation

Why isn't semweb taking over the world after over a decade?

2014-09-04-16:05:25 * 2014-09-04-08:28:52 #semanticweb ^

I really think it's because we just can't comprehend how much more useful structured linked data is than a document raster-encoded into PDF. Which is ironic, because of the amount of time we all spend with HTTP, HTML, and URIs/URLs.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linked_data#Principles :

  1. Use URIs to denote things.

  2. Use HTTP URIs so that these things can be referred to and looked up ("dereferenced") by people and user agents.

  3. Provide useful information about the thing when its URI is dereferenced, leveraging standards such as RDF, SPARQL.

  4. Include links to other related things (using their URIs) when publishing data on the Web.

http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#x5-star-linked-open-data (http://5stardata.info/):

  • ☆ Publish data on the Web in any format (e.g., PDF, JPEG) accompanied by an explicit Open License (expression of rights).
  • ☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a machine-readable format (e.g., XML).
  • ☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a documented, non-proprietary data format (e.g., CSV, KML).
  • ☆☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web as RDF (eg Turtle, RDFa, JSON-LD, SPARQL)
  • ☆☆☆☆☆ In your RDF, have the identifiers be links (URLs) to useful data sources.

...

Moar helpful unlabeled edges:

[EDIT]

[EDIT]

RDF+JS (GUI Applications)

Django 1.7 released

2014-09-04-15:37:55 #programming ^

"The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master" (1999) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pragmatic_Programmer

python-whelp: all the micropython goodness with a TCP/IP topping. All you need for fast prototyping IoT on bare metal ARM

2014-09-04-00:37:48 #Python ^

http://micropython.org/

Micro Python is a lean and fast implementation of the Python 3 programming language that is optimised to run on a microcontroller.

https://github.com/micropython/micropython

Questions about Child Support with Mint

2014-09-04-00:00:00 * 2014-09-03-16:05:48 #personalfinance ^

Not Mint, but you could easily work with a list of numbers in /r/ipython notebook (e.g. with Pandas http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/10min.html). Anaconda is one easy way to get IPython and Pandas: https://store.continuum.io/cshop/anaconda/ (All FREE)

[EDIT] For double entry accounting, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GnuCash is also great; though US banks, unfortunately, tend to develop proprietary interchange mechanisms that require periodic manual download and importing into accounting software.

The unstoppable TI-84 Plus: How an outdated calculator still holds a monopoly on classrooms

2014-09-03-16:55:01 #TrueReddit ^

Meanwhile the Raspberry Pi is shipping with Mathematica for $35 apiece which leads me to think that a $120 calculator running Mathematica is probably possible in the near future.

TI-84: $120

Raspberry Pi: $35 (with Mathematica)

/r/ipython notebook: FREE

New requirement: repeatable, reproducible analyses

The unstoppable TI-84 Plus: How an outdated calculator still holds a monopoly on classrooms

2014-09-03-23:53:37 #TrueReddit ^

See also: "I think we should do away with TI calculators, and math students should use calculators which are nothing more than hand-held python shells, with something like matplotlib for plotting." http://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/20i2ga/i_think_we_should_do_away_with_ti_calculators_and/#cg3tyr9 ... /r/ipython

Why is there no "dotted dict"?

2014-08-30-18:04:31 #Python ^

It's kind of problematic:

foo.gat = 1
foo.git = 2
foo.get = 3 #oops, overwritten dict.get

This. (... Requires an additional lookup of class attrs for inconsistent syntax.)

http://legacy.python.org/dev/peps/pep-0020/ :

In the face of ambiguity, refuse the temptation to guess.

There should be one-- and preferably only one --obvious way to do it.

How to Use SQLAlchemy Magic to Cut Peak Memory and Server Costs in Half

2014-08-22-01:33:24 #Python ^

So, this [string folding] optimization is not (yet?) a pull request to pydata/pandas?

Vim keybindings in IPython notebook

2014-08-15-12:55:51 #Python ^

Thanks!

[Python-ideas] Proposal: Use mypy syntax for function annotations

2014-08-14-16:43:57 * 2014-08-14-08:53:37 #Python ^

(Waiting for an email from python-ideas to come through, so I can respond to the mailman archive, because mailman 3 is still in beta *)

+1 for static typing for certain problems.

MyPy

http://www.mypy-lang.org/

Static type checking at compile time (linting) looks really neat.

Do we need a separate approach for actual type assertions at runtime? Will that ever be in scope for mypy?

Existing Uses for Annotations

PyContracts

https://andreacensi.github.io/contracts/#introduction-to-pycontracts :

Contracts can be specified in three ways:

.1. Using the @contract decorator:

@contract(a='int,>0', b='list[N],N>0', returns='list[N]')
def my_function(a, b):
    ...

.2. Using annotations (for Python 3):

@contract
def my_function(a : 'int,>0', b : 'list[N],N>0') -> 'list[N]':
     # Requires b to be a nonempty list, and the return
     # value to have the same length.
     ...

.3. Using docstrings, with the :type: and :rtype: tags:

@contract
def my_function(a, b):
    """ Function description.
        :type a: int,>0
        :type b: list[N],N>0
        :rtype: list[N]
    """
    ...

[EDIT] Markdown, http://www.mypy-lang.org/examples.html

Pandas with numba?

2014-08-12-04:14:53 #pystats ^

Your 1st link is broken.

http://blaze.pydata.org/docs/latest/

The stackoverflow one doesn't have an answer.

Are you sure? There are links in the comments.

Mouse with tmux

2014-08-06-17:37:39 #vim ^

Thanks!

setw -g mode-mouse on

set -g mouse-select-window on
set -g mouse-select-pane on
set -g mouse-resize-pane on

How to install with pip directly from GitHub?

2014-08-07-00:32:40 #Python ^

What does "editable" mean here? It's not clear to me.

From http://www.reddit.com/r/Python/comments/21itpp/what_is_the_proper_way_to_mix_regular_python/cgdgaxh :

http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/reference/pip_install.html#editable-installs

pip install -e git+ssh://[email protected]/pyqtgraph/pyqtgraph#egg=pyqtgraph

Clones the sourcecode from GitHub into ./src/pyqtgraph (with git over SSH) and then creates a pyqtgraph.egg-link file in site-packages containing the path to the cloned source; which functions like a cross-platform symlink.

python -m site

Should list the source code directory in site-packages/pyqtgraph.egg-link.

How many miles can you drive on one hour's wages? 100 years of data in one chart

2014-08-07-00:25:29 #Economics ^

Cool!

/u/SQLZane mentioned a number of additional potential factors to consider.

It would be cool if:

How to install with pip directly from GitHub?

2014-08-06-16:47:05 * 2014-08-06-15:57:50 #Python ^

[EDIT] If you can rely on users having pip configured to pull from an index server (default: pypi.python.org) which has a package named what you have in your requirements.txt, something like django-extensions==1.3.10 in requirements.txt should work fine.

Sometimes, I'll add a requirements-dev.txt with a -e <vc>+<uri> editable line for everything, in manually-topologically-sorted order.

There's been discussion of supporting requirements.lock.txt files (to separate version specifiers from just package names in requirements.txt).

To install a specific version of a Python package (with a setup.py) from GitHub with pip:

Option 2c

Install from a git tag and/or a GitHub release: https://github.com/django-extensions/django-extensions/releases

$ pip install https://github.com/django-extensions/django-extensions/archive/1.3.10.tar.gz
# - or -
$ pip install https://github.com/django-extensions/django-extensions/archive/1.3.10.zip

Option 3b

Install as editable (git clone, cd, python setup.py develop).

Add a version specifier to the editable URI:

$ pip install -e git+https://github.com/django-extensions/[email protected]#egg=django-extensions

IPython Notebook with interactive plots: Extracting the Impact Factor for a few journals

2014-08-06-00:13:05 #Python ^

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impact_factor

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plotly

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPython

Thanks for the parsing code! A caching REST API would be great!

http://www.reddit.com/r/semanticweb/comments/2ck0hq/whats_the_difference_between_rdf_linked_data_and/cjgk42b :

http://5stardata.info/

http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#x5-star-linked-open-data :

  • ☆ Publish data on the Web in any format (e.g., PDF, JPEG) accompanied by an explicit Open License (expression of rights).
  • ☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a machine-readable format (e.g., XML).
  • ☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a documented, non-proprietary data format (e.g., CSV, KML).
  • ☆☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web as RDF (eg Turtle, RDFa, JSON-LD, SPARQL)
  • ☆☆☆☆☆ In your RDF, have the identifiers be links (URLs) to useful data sources.

Would AI bring with it free fully accredited one-on-one personal education for anyone with a desire to learn?

2014-08-05-06:56:22 * 2014-08-04-23:33:12 #singularity ^

And it would likely be able to do so with unmatched patience and skill. The human student would be able to ask endless questions and repeatedly be told the same concepts without the AI ever getting mad or irritated with the students in regards to their ability to learn.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaced_repetition

What sorts of educational objectives could narrow and general AI help with?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloom%27s_taxonomy#See_also

Am I expecting too much of humanity?

[EDIT]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autodidacticism

Critique on a common design pattern of mine i've noticed...

2014-08-05-04:30:23 #Python ^

What's the difference between RDF, linked data and LDA (linked data api)?

2014-08-04-17:45:03 #semanticweb ^

This made RDF fairly simple to understand, IMHO: https://rdflib.readthedocs.org/en/latest/intro_to_creating_rdf.html

For REST (as a resource/service facade for SPARQL), the newer (now, W3C) spec is Linked Data Platform (LDP): http://www.w3.org/TR/ldp/

LDP also abstracts SPARQL queries into HTTP REST verb-able collections, which can have server-side paging limits (potentially limiting the impact of queries with clauses like LIMIT 100000).

What's the difference between RDF, linked data and LDA (linked data api)?

2014-08-04-17:40:09 #semanticweb ^

Linked Data is the use of RDF:SeeAlso and OWL:SameAs relationships (amongst others) to publish data and interlink the instances between different data sets. (For example, from geonames to dbpedia) http://linkeddata.org/

RDF:seeAlso and OWL:sameAs are frequently recurring predicates. There are many RDF predicates (URIs) which link subjects (URIs) and objects (URIs): http://lov.okfn.org/dataset/lov/ .

Of particular interest is Linked open data, which is published with an open license. http://lod-cloud.net/

http://5stardata.info/

http://www.w3.org/TR/ld-glossary/#x5-star-linked-open-data:

  • ☆ Publish data on the Web in any format (e.g., PDF, JPEG) accompanied by an explicit Open License (expression of rights).
  • ☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a machine-readable format (e.g., XML).
  • ☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web in a documented, non-proprietary data format (e.g., CSV, KML).
  • ☆☆☆☆ Publish structured data on the Web as RDF (eg Turtle, RDFa, JSON-LD, SPARQL)
  • ☆☆☆☆☆ In your RDF, have the identifiers be links (URLs) to useful data sources.

List of useful libraries for "Data Science" in Python

2014-08-04-01:45:32 #Python ^

Many of these would be helpful in the /r/pystats sidebar

Help me move from R to python!

2014-07-28-01:40:25 * 2014-07-27-17:46:25 #Python ^

/r/pystats (sidebar)

/r/learnpython/wiki/index

/r/ipython

Setup Pip, Conda, Anaconda

  1. Install Pip -- http://pip.readthedocs.org/en/latest/installing.html
  2. Install Conda -- http://conda.pydata.org/docs/index.html

    pip install conda

  3. Install IPython -- https://github.com/ipython/ipython/wiki/A-gallery-of-interesting-IPython-Notebooks

    conda install ipython ipython-notebook ipython-qtconsole

  4. Install Spyder IDE (and Qt) -- https://code.google.com/p/spyderlib/

    conda install spyder

  5. (optional) Install anaconda -- http://docs.continuum.io/anaconda/install.html , http://docs.continuum.io/anaconda/pkg-docs.html

    conda install anaconda

IPython

Pandas

Statsmodels

Scikit-learn

How to use Python for statistical analysis??

2014-07-16-00:44:15 * 2014-07-15-16:48:37 #statistics ^

Resources

The sidebars of these subreddits list some great resources:

Here are a few more for NumPy, SciPy, Scikit-learn, and statsmodels:

Tools

Spent an hour and a half here at work just trying to do basic things like read a .py file to see its contents.

Which editor are you working with?

Print file contents with IPython:

!cat ./filename.py

/r/ipython can display objects with _repr_<format> methods (PNG, HTML, etc.) with the display system: http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/ipython/ipython/blob/master/examples/Notebook/Display%20System.ipynb

For example, this will load a CSV file into a dataframe and display it as HTML in IPython notebook: http://nbviewer.ipython.org/github/jvns/talks/blob/master/pydatanyc2013/PyData%20NYC%202013%20tutorial.ipynb :

people = pd.read_csv('tiny.csv')
people

To print to a string:

print(people.to_string())

Excel

There may be a data entry grid with topologically sorted evaluation of un-named functions which works within the IPython notebook interface.

Pandas (conda install pandas) can read/write CSV, XLS, XLSX, SQL tables and queries with SQLAlchemy, BigTable, HDFS, and a number of other formats: http://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/io.html

Dataset (pip install dataset) makes working with CSV, JSON, SQLAlchemy {...} very easy and relatively schema-less: http://dataset.readthedocs.org/en/latest/

Spyder (conda install spyder) is an open IDE with a built-in IPython console: https://code.google.com/p/spyderlib/

It looks like Pandas DataFrame support will be in Spyder 2.3.1: https://bitbucket.org/spyder-ide/spyderlib/pull-request/31/implementation-of-pandas-dataframe-issue/diff

With each thing I try to do I go to 5.7 urls on average trying to figure out how to change my directory to open the file so I can read it.

Change directory with IPython:

!cd <path>

Is deploying Python really this frustrating?

2014-07-15-19:56:31 #Python ^

Is this a request for solutions, empathy, or a negative attack ad?

Is deploying Python really this frustrating?

2014-07-15-04:24:47 #Python ^

tl;dr: Trying to turn a python project in to a simple .exe and having an endless amount of headaches.

https://pypi.python.org/pypi/esky :

esky: keep frozen apps fresh

Esky is an auto-update framework for frozen Python applications. It provides a simple API through which apps can find, fetch and install updates, and a bootstrapping mechanism that keeps the app safe in the face of failed or partial updates.

Esky is currently capable of freezing apps with py2exe, py2app, cxfreeze and bbfreeze. Adding support for other freezer programs should be straightforward; patches will be gratefully accepted.

Science programmers: I need to analyse a diet & symptom log for possible causal relationships

2014-07-05-11:30:32 #Python ^

In summary, you ultimately have two options:

  • Do what you would do otherwise, but also collect data.

Absolutely.

  • Collect (datetime, [(feature_name, feature_value),], "text") with type information (e.g. as CSV, JSON, JSON-LD that can be mapped to an RDF schema).
  • Define names, domains, and ranges for factors/features/IVs/variables. (A triple-blind study would need a name <-> random key mapping).

In 10, maybe 20 years you may be able to make some interesting conclusions from this data.

In clinical practice, I would imagine that a physician would be doing something like A/B testing and root-cause analysis (like building a decision tree), and multi-armed bandit, with pharmacological certification.

Near-term optimization objectives:

  • Minimize sub-optimal states which "occur after" certain patterns
  • Gain information and knowledge

... here's a few more links.

Examining the effects of multiple independent variables on a dependent variable: one at a time or all at once?

2014-07-05-09:07:30 * 2014-07-05-01:14:29 #statistics ^

Your question is also ill-posed, in the sense that you can't show the variable doesn't help (with frequentist analysis).

Is this like building a decision tree?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Decision_tree_learning#Information_gain

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Receiver_operating_characteristic

[EDIT] http://scikit-learn.org/stable/tutorial/machine_learning_map/

Science programmers: I need to analyse a diet & symptom log for possible causal relationships

2014-07-05-01:32:47 * 2014-07-05-12:22:35 #Python ^

With a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Randomized_controlled_trial , n > 1:

A randomised controlled trial (or randomised control trial; RCT) is a specific type of scientific experiment, and the gold standard for a clinical trial. RCTs are often used to test the efficacy or effectiveness of various types of medical intervention within a patient population. RCTs may also provide an opportunity to gather useful information about adverse effects, such as drug reactions.

Collect links from Medline and other sites

Overlapping sets of reported "adverse events" with incidence rates

[Overlapping] sets of physical http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pathway#See_also

/r/machinelearning

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... http://journals.plos.org/ploscompbiol/article?id=10.1371/journal.pcbi.1003285

Which is a long way of saying IANAD and IDK.

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In terms of http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personalized_medicine , are you seeking to develop models to:

  • minimize one or more symptoms
  • minimize one or more adverse effects
  • (determine that when _, _, and _, _ occurs)
  • [EDIT] Cure diseases

Causality with few samples is hard to justify, but logical pattern sequence identification may be helpful.

Sort of like looking for a certain chord with characteristic resonance.

[EDIT] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Graphical_model

[EDIT] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Symbolic_regression

[EDIT] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ensemble_learning

Schema.org: Introducing 'Role'

2014-07-01-18:00:17 #semanticweb ^

I can easily come up with 10 better ways to handle the examples given in the post. I'm sure they could too. What went wrong?

How could this be more simply modeled?

Is this reification, or is there a more descriptive term for the diagram presented?