Articles by Command-Line Worldview

R/Python Web Apps

June 10, 2012 | Command-Line Worldview

I have a little delinquent on this whole blogging thing but here is a talk I gave to the DC R Group. On a twisted and Rpy2 web application framework that I built for my company. Enjoy J [Read more...]

Lehmann Primiality Test in R

December 21, 2011 | Command-Line Worldview

After a small frustration with the limitations of R 16-bit intergers. I think i have worked out a solution. The issue was i was implementing a bone-headed solution to the modulo/exponent step. So to recap. The Lehmann primality test is a probabilistic ... [Read more...]

Poor, Poor Hillary

December 16, 2011 | Command-Line Worldview

This will be the last baby name related post but this came out of part two web scrapping post last month. I was looking for the fastest rising Names. I flip the logic and looked for the fastest declining names in relative popularity. Out of that exerci... [Read more...]

Ulam Spirals in R and ggplot

November 29, 2011 | Command-Line Worldview

Having seen a twitter post speed by about Ulam Spirals I started to read up.  As the story goes in 1963 Stanislaw Ulam was bored at conference and started scribbling numbers in a spiral. What he discovered was a strange diaginal pattern of Prime Nu... [Read more...]

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