Traveling Salesman with Perl, R and Google Maps

tl;dr: ggplot-nyc && googlemap-nyc && TSP-Map (the Dancer2 app) One day I decided to glue-together a couple cool Perl modules and the visualization capabilities of R to generate a map of locations and the computed path of a traveling salesman (TSP) – who in this case is a restaurant critic. The prerequisite is to have MongoDB installed […]

Visualization of Led Zeppelin Lyrics

What can be known about Led Zeppelin lyrics from the standpoint of a computer geek? First, I collected and properly named every song with lyrics, with the power of perl and persistence. Then I found/crafted some R code to process these into a few graphics.

Inspecting the English Premier League Player Stats with R

Being a soccer person and programmer, I wanted to inspect player statistics for myself.  I finally found this excellent site for many leagues and primarily with player stats: whoscored.com.  So, seeing that there was no download link, I determined to tediously copy/paste all the records for each player, for defensive, offensive, passing and summary categories, […]

Plotting Successive Primes Modulo A Number

        tl;dr: https://github.com/ology/Math/blob/master/primes/sequence-pairs File this under Recreational mathematics… I have this passionate curiosity for seeing the primes “folded in on themselves” – constrained to a phase space.  I also have a burning desire to visualize successive events.  I suppose that I am searching for “strange attractors”, as with the famous water drip […]

Visualizing Chatter on a Polar Plot

What does IRC chatter look like on a polar plot, with lines linking the conversations?