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"A quick googling for "bayesian spam filter ruby" brought up some interesting possibilities. This article (http://rurounijones.github.io/blog/2014/..." | Read more » 11 months ago
"Hey, All, Just a quick introduction of myself to the teams here. I am a professional software developer who's been working primarily in the "inte..." | Read more » about 2 years ago
"Poor phrasing on my part--it's not that you can "use QR code processing", but I believe that similar techniques will help identify the region of in..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"I used to work in the Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) lab at Ohio University--basically, RFID tags and bar codes. One of the task..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"I'm going to jump again in as a contrarian, but with a purpose (hopefully it will help). My intent is to step lightly, but I may step on everyone'..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"@dhaffnersr, I would be happy to help in any way I can. I will try to post something on your recent work this weekend if I can. In the meantime,..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"IANAL (I am not a lawyer), so if you get near a court proceeding, listen to the attorney who is handling the case, but... In one of my previous li..." | Read more » over 2 years ago
"I imagine so (regarding the grass). If it's fairly fresh, there's probably enough water content to feed the bacteria as things break down. We use..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
"Excellent work, @cfastie! I live on a farm in Ohio, and we use cleanup from the chicken house and the horse/goat barns to make our compost piles. ..." | Read more » almost 3 years ago
"@viechdokter, I would put in @stoft and @cfastie's description as an additional process, which makes it immediately backwards compatible. By "add..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"@stoft--I think that is a very good summary of the articles that @liz and @warren posted as references. It is also a good reason to at least try t..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"Well, if you look at the math that would support it, it actually becomes a bit more nuanced. (We can always adjust). However, let's suppose that w..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"I think that @cfastie has a good point...or set of points. One slight modification would be to put weights on the users and rankings. A combinati..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"@stoft, my apologies for misinterpreting your comment. From a software perspective, having an additional/parallel process to review (and "mark", ..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"@viechdokter, my approach would be to apply the "filtering" on the search end of the system (but I am a software developer, so my approaches tend t..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"@stoft, I agree with what you are saying, and have a personal interest in helping to make that happen. Without a means of narrowing down PLab sear..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"@stoft, I agree with all of your points regarding peer review (by whatever phrasing). You're also correct about the term "citizen scientist", in ..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
""Citizen scientist" is a phrase I picked up along the way (I think here, but I've also seen it around the web). I think it's a good description of..." | Read more » about 3 years ago
"I went through this for an autonomous navigation paper that I was trying to get published. Because the topic (navigation for robots in general) f..." | Read more » about 3 years ago




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