Author Archives: joelgranados

About joelgranados

I'm fascinated with how technology and science impact our reality and am drawn to leverage them in order to increase the potential of human activity.

Day to Day Danish Resident

In Denmark, it’s probably intuitive to say: We consume less energy on warm days between 0100 and 0300 hours. We consume more energy cold days between 1800 and 2000 hours. As temperature drops, the consumption increases. This increase is marked … Continue reading

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Getting Reliable Temperature Readings

I wanted to correlate temperature to household energy usage in Denmark. To do this, I needed to acquire reliable temperature measurements from Zealand but it has turned out to be a very hard thing to do. I logically began my … Continue reading

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Matlab: Putting labels on plot axis

I can’t just plot the X-axis with strings and expect the Matlab plot function to do what it is supposed to do (Which is label each X point with the string). The work around for this inconvenience is to use the XTick … Continue reading

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EcoIS is out!!!!

Checkout our new publication here. It’s all about how to normalize image taken of field plots. This is not only interesting because it can normalize hand-held photography, but it also has the potential to influence how images taken from Areal … Continue reading

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ACM Ecological Data Workshop

These are the links to the new ACM ecological data effort :). This should be cool….   First ACM International Workshop on Multimedia Analysis for Ecological Data 2ND ACM INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON MULTIMEDIA ANALYSIS FOR ECOLOGICAL DATA This field is … Continue reading

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R: Date to day of year.

This is very handy :). More discussion here. strftime(today, format = “%j”)

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GIT create repositories on Linux Servers

Put an existing repo on a server (personal use): 1. Make special clone: git clone –bare /LOCAL/PATH/project.git 2. Put clone on server: scp -r project.git USER@example.com:/REMOTE/PATH/ 3. Test your setup: git clone ssh://USER@example.com/REMOTE/PATH/project.git Shared repo from scratch To share any … Continue reading

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