Tyler Clemons

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A friendly online Buckeye Community

by on Jul.27, 2014, under Buckeye Football

Check out this friendly buckeye message board. they are a nice community and looking for new members. They discuss buckeye football, basketball, wrestling, recruit information, and off topics like politics and the world cup. They also have local meetups. The last two were at Thurmen Cafe, to tackle the Thurminator, and the other to Gressos to take on their burger mania challenge. good times had by all.

click: http://scarletgray.proboards.com/

or copy and paste:

http://scarletgray.proboards.com/

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Using nested \input with subdirectories in LaTeX

by on Jul.19, 2012, under LaTeX

I ran into this annoyance using LaTeX (more specifically TeXShop on OSX). Apparently you can’t use nested input commands with LaTeX without special instruction. We can use the import package.

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Wolf-PAC

by on Oct.20, 2011, under General

We must gather up a fighting force. We need programmers and organizers and lawyers and leaders. We need this movement to be in all 50 states. So, first we are doing a call for generals in this army. Please write into us and tell us what your expertise is and how you can help.

Our Congress is completely infected with the virus. So proposing an amendment through Congress seems hopeless. But luckily there is another way. We can do this purely at the state level. The states can call for a constitutional convention and they can ratify an amendment that comes out of one. And there is nothing our corrupt federal government can do about it.

We are hoping that the first wave of volunteers help us organize at the state level. Let’s go occupy the states!

Click here to learn more about the Wolf-PAC

Cenk forms the Wolf-Pac:

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diff two commands

by on Jan.17, 2011, under Programming, scripting

Ran across this problem with a friend today. How does one diff the output of two commands without first dumping the output of the two commands to files? I found a solution that seems to work:


diff <(command1) <(command 2)

Suppose we wanted to diff the contents of two directories:


diff <(ls directory1) <(ls directory2)
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Weka, Ruby, Association Mining

by on May.15, 2010, under Data Mining, Ruby, Weka

Weka is a collection of machine learning tools used for data mining.  Weka is written in Java however it is possible to use Weka’s libraries inside Ruby.  To do this, we must install the Java, Rjb, and of course obtain the Weka source code.  In this example, I look at Associating Mining.

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Weka, Ruby, Decision Trees

by on May.15, 2010, under Data Mining, Ruby, Weka

Weka is a collection of machine learning tools used for data mining.  Weka is written in Java however it is possible to use Weka’s libraries inside Ruby.  To do this, we must install the Java, Rjb, and of course obtain the Weka source code.  In this example, I look at Decision Trees.

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Youtube Time Markers

by on May.07, 2010, under General, WebTechs

I always forget how to do this, so I am going to put it on my blog 🙂  If you have ever watched a youtube clip, and wanted to show your friends a particular snippet beginning at some specific time, you might send them the URL and tell them “Watch after 30seconds.” A better method of communication is to send the URL with a “time marker.”  (continue reading…)

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Weka and Ruby

by on May.06, 2010, under Computer Science, Data Mining, rjb, Ruby, Weka

Weka is a collection of machine learning tools used for data mining.  Weka is written in Java however it is possible to use Weka’s libraries inside Ruby.  To do this, we must install the Java, Rjb, and of course obtain the Weka source code.  One could use JRuby, but I wanted to try this method to eliminate the dependency with JRuby.

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The Ohio State Buckeyes: The 2010 Rose Bowl Champs!

by on Jan.02, 2010, under Buckeye Football, Sports

What a game for the Buckeyes!  The 8th ranked Buckeyes made a great statement for their “slow” program and their “slow” conference with a 26-17 upset victory over the #7 Oregon Ducks.  Great job Buckeyes!

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