Finding Article-Level Metrics

In the past days I’ve set to find a number of article-level metrics (ALMs) for a bunch of articles. TO make things easier, I’ve set out to get: number of citations per article number of views/downloads/reads geographic coverage (where were the people interested in that article) Initially, my thought was: ‘how hard can it be?’. […]

Some Metrics for Research Articles

These days I fount that for researchers, there are more ways to measure their value than just their number of citations and correlate with the impact factors of the journals where they publish. To be more exact, I found: h-index – The h index is a quantitative metric based on analysis of publication data using […]

Draw Graphs with JSON Data

Previous post dealt with sending JSON data around. Now, I need to be able to draw it. After looking for graphing libraries, I’ve settled on Chart.js and on CanvasJS. Common steps All graphs need a canvas element to function: First thing I wanted, was to get the data with AJAX. This way, my page would […]

Send JSON Graph Data from Django

I’m trying to write a Django application to deal with my finances. I’ve got a nice page listing various transactions, but I thought it’d be nice to have a graph too, to see where I actually am on the spot. To do this, I’ll need two components: A JSON sender from Django A receiver and […]

Jenkins Pipeline Deployment Variants

This post outlined a list of steps in a pipeline. When building actual pipelines, I’ve noticed the deployment process is more than just deployment. I’ve identified several variants: orchestration deployment (e.g. helios deployment) file copy like this git update for e.g. assets repositories This might be useful if you’re building a mechanism based on a […]

Delete Executions in Rundeck – Wrapping it all Up

The previous posts have built the components to allow us to get projects, jobs, executions and remove executions from a Rundeck instance via its API. Now, we can just wrap them up :) The list of packages we need is:

For convenience, I’ve declared a bunch of constants we can use throughout the project: […]

Remove Executions in Rundeck

TL;DR: You have to get the executions’ list and remove the appropriate ones using hte API. Once we’ve managed to get the list of job executions, we can use the API to remove the relevant executions. The command is rather simple:

This method requires: server – the Rundeck’s server address port – the port […]

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