Monthly Archives: February 2012

Define the model to use

I have defined two models that I want to use for my experiments with the CENS data set. These models are based on Eric Graham’s previous work. Both of them are Naive Bayesian Models with a slight twist :). I … Continue reading

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Handle fixme’s in a latex document.

I’m guessing there are many ways to handle this; this is just the one I feel comfortable with :). I like it because it shows me the things I still need to do in the resulting document. So when I … Continue reading

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The average of an angle… (mean of Hue Value)

My solution to this issue was to write a bunch of code to handle the behavior of the average calculation at the 0 and 360 points. It was a pain in the neck, and I probably have it wrong :(. … Continue reading

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The annotation GUI

Are current objective is to try to make the photo-plot based phenology work-flow comparable to the current phenology work-flow. To accomplish this we need to streamline the process of making the annotations on the images. We want to reduce, as … Continue reading

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CENS at UCLA

For my stay abroad I had to come to CENS at UCLA. The advances related to novel methods for collecting and analyzing ecological data is synchronized with what I have been doing for the past couple of years. I arrived … Continue reading

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Idea: Getting the color of a flower from a flower

Just wanted to jot this down before I forget it…. I have been working under the assumption that to make a “good” vision algorithm, I should first find an object that is “easy” to detect and then build additional elements … Continue reading

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How to post on Facebook

I found a document some time ago that contains a study done by a marketing firm about the best way to increase the readers of  a facebook post. The pdf that contains the summary of the study is here. The … Continue reading

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