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View mst.py
"""Takes a CSV distance matrix and renders it as a MST."""
import sys
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
import networkx as nx
import pandas
from scipy.sparse.csgraph import minimum_spanning_tree
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import inspect
from urllib.parse import urlparse
class ParameterSet:
pass
class Field:
def __init__(self, description, **kwargs):
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fredyr / binaryclock.re
Created Mar 19, 2017
Binary clock using Reason/React
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type bitnum = (int, list bool);
let elem_of_list ls => ReactRe.arrayToElement (Array.of_list ls);
let text s => ReactRe.stringToElement s;
let cell_col bit => {
let color = if bit {"light"} else {"dark"};
<div className=("cell " ^ color) />
};
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fredyr / npm-debug.log
Created Feb 19, 2017
npm install fails on ReasonProject
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0 info it worked if it ends with ok
1 verbose cli [ '/usr/local/bin/node',
1 verbose cli '/usr/local/bin/npm',
1 verbose cli '--verbose',
1 verbose cli 'install' ]
2 info using npm@4.1.2
3 info using node@v7.5.0
4 silly loadCurrentTree Starting
5 silly install loadCurrentTree
6 silly install readLocalPackageData
View where.el
(defmacro lwt (&rest args)
(destructuring-bind (b1 wh b2 &rest body) args
`(let* (,@b2 ,@b1) ,@body)))
(macroexpand-all
'(lwt ((w (* x y)))
:where
((x 2)
(y 3))
(+ 1 w)))
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(defmacro lwt (&rest args)
(destructuring-bind (b1 wh b2 &rest body) args
`(let* (,@b2 ,@b1) ,@body)))
(macroexpand-all
'(lwt ((w (* x y)))
:where
((x 2)
(y 3))
(+ 1 w)))
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fredyr / biquad.ml
Created Jan 4, 2016
Tiny biquad filter
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(*
Tiny Biquad filter implementation in OCaml.
Ported straight from http://www.musicdsp.org/files/biquad.c
*)
type biquad = {
a0 : float;
a1 : float;
a2 : float;
a3 : float;
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# center a string s on position c
# cent("0", 5) => " 0 "
# cent("000", 5) => " 000 "
# but we ignore right side spaces
cent = fn(s, c) ->
String.duplicate(" ", div(c - String.length(s), 2)) <> s
end
# piping through partials?
# SAAD PUPPY :'(
View goertzel.py
import math
import numpy
import matplotlib.pyplot as plt
def sine(frequency, length, rate):
length = int(length * rate)
factor = float(frequency) * (math.pi * 2) / rate
return numpy.sin(numpy.arange(length) * factor)
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(*
INTRODUCTION TO OCAML
Fredrik Dyrkell
@lexicallyscoped
www.lexicallyscoped.com
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