Stock Price Data Analysis – 2

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Let’s start by loading the data into memory first. The data is per minute stock prices for the SNP500 bucket for the 10 days prior to 17 Dec. This means we have 390 x 10 so about 3900 rows per stock. This, however, is not absolutely true since some data has holes in it – […]

Interpretation of PCA Results

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An intuitive interpretation for PCA results

Stock Price Data Analysis – 1

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Introduction I recently was able to get my hands on raw stock prices data (open, high, low, close and volume) for the Standard And Poor’s 500 index (SNP500). The data was for each stock in the SNP500 bucket (actually 504 stocks since some of the stocks are listed twice for different types of shares issued) […]

A look into Pakistan’s Education Situation using Machine Learning

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I was looking to experiment with some of the machine learning techniques I had been learning the past few months. I was particularly interested if I could glean any insights about the education system in Pakistan. Despite the efforts of the government, a large proportion of the nation is illiterate and the state of education […]

Using OpenCV to use great circle plots for horizon detection

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Now that we have a way to plot great circles on to equirectangular planes, how do we use that to detect the pitch and roll of the camera and consequently stabilise the video? Draw Curves First, we need to draw the curves as opencv images: We calculate the curves according to the roll and pitch […]

Python for Great Circle Projections – Part 2

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Python to plot projections of great circles on to equirectangular planes

Python for Great Circle Projections – Part 1

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Python to plot projections of great circles on to equirectangular planes

Password Recovery Best Practices

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Some insights on implementing a password recovery system securely.

Event-Driven Design for DOM Manipulation

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After one of the projects in my company had reached a point where refactor was not only recomended, but necessary to clean up the code and make it maintainable, I decided to use a different approach for DOM manipulation in the client facing web app. Since we were doing a major refactor (yes, it does […]

Javascript Web Application Development Flow

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Recently, I was asked a question about Javascript development: how are modules used in ES6 and then how do they magically become one .js file when deployed. Since I have been using a workflow which answers both of these, I am going to write it up here for anyone who wants to know. Big projects […]

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