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Just Do It: 2020 Workout Goals

The past few years my brothers and I have held an annual “workout” competition 💪😎. The workout competition goes as follows: Each competitor must workout 4 times a week Weeks start on Mondays and end on Sundays Workouts should typically be no less than 30 minutes in length (but this is always a judgement call) more »

A revamped website!

I originally set up my personal site back in 2013, with the first post announcing it’s arrival: My website CMS (content management system) tool uses WordPress, the most common CMS on the internet. A WordPress site can use different themes, the theme above is one I customized from Surfurama. Surfurama is a great theme. I more »

Travel Map: Globe Edition

I’ve previously written about my travels and goals to see each of the fifty United States. I’ve developed a travel map that documents my travels within the country. The map can be easily reused by creating your own spreadsheet and saving it off as a .tsv. I’ve not made the same gesture for international travel. more »

Tic-Tac-Toe: Building In React

I spent the weekend learning React.js. It’s amazing how clean the code is. Check out my Tic Tac Toe game (it includes “time traveling” for you skeptics!).

D3: Data Driven Project Reports

Last fall I became involved with a large development team at my workplace that had fallen behind deadlines and found itself with a great deal of work to be done in a short timeline. I began to think about what was the cause of those deadline misses and how to avoid those moving forward. Here more »

MIPS Compiler

About Reserved Words IDs & Lits Syntax Grammar MIPS Compiler In the spring of 2014, Robert Smayda and I wrote our own computer language. The language has an LL(1) grammar, which means input is parsed from left to right and constructs a leftmost syntax tree (derivation). An LL(1) language means that our grammar is context-free, more »

Project Eagle Eye

Project: Eagle Eye As a part of my sophomore year of college (2011-2012) I worked for an Air Force-affiliated research program known as Summer At The Edge (SATE) at the Wright Brothers Institute located just outside Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, OH. Official photos from our year’s internship can be found here. The more »

Robotic Localization Visualization

Background This project is intended to visualize a particle filter used in the process of localization described in the latter half of my corresponding research document, The Road to the Future: A Look at Autonomous Vehicles and the Localization Problem. The localization problem is representative of finding one’s self in space. This visualization project shows more »

Working With R

I recently started learning how to use the statistical modeling software, R for visualizing and statistical modeling. Here’s a few examples of some visualizations and insights I was able to find: Here are some of my published pages, which are neatly build by using R markdown documents or .rmd files. Hover over the link to more »

Data Driven Documents – Visualizations with D3

  What is D3? D3 is a powerful JavaScript framework predominately used to manipulate data and create beautiful visualizations. The name is an acronym standing for Data Driven Documents. Here is an example of a visualization Mike Bostock has created with D3.js:   This may seem like more of a game than anything else, but more »

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