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Some Metrics for Research Articles

March 18, 2019Category: Tutorial
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…

apt-key adv - Fix 'Server indicated a failure' on Raspberry Pi

March 11, 2019Categories: Hardware, IT
I've been trying to install snips.ai to play with speech recognition. Unfortunately, when executing: I've got the following error message: This is quite unfortunate since adding -v doesn't give any more information. Scouring the net, I've fount the following potential solutions: Retry multiple…

House Log - More Requests from the Commune

February 6, 2019Category: House
Well, this year we did manage to push the button and launch the building permit application process. We celebrated ... prematurely, as shortly after we got a nice message from the commune requesting several more documents: A deforestation plan A rain water management plan/form Glorious! And to…

Draw Graphs with JSON Data

February 3, 2019Categories: Software, Tutorial
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…

Send JSON Graph Data from Django

February 3, 2019Categories: Software, Tutorial
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 renderer on the…

Fitting-out with DaVinci

January 25, 2019Category: House
On 10-11/01 we had the fitting-out session with DaVinci. This was thouroughly enjoyable experience, particularly after the surprise we had with the planning permission . We had 2 days of hard work with DaVinci's architect, going floor by floor in the house ands asking questions of each feature…

House Log - Finally Pushed the Button

January 24, 2019Category: House
On 14/01/19 we pushed the button and submitted the file to the Commune. This happens after the file was put in via an online site on 26/09/2018, but our architect forgot to notify us that we needed to sign online. So we've both pushed the button and the Commune can receive the file. Now the fun…

New House Activities Checklist

January 24, 2019Category: House
Preparation Make a "maximum" budget. Subtract 15%. Those will be your buffer See many house builders. We went to Germany @ FertigHausWelt for example. Quite a lot build outside their country Get an architect in Belgium to at least submit papers Make sure the contract is not the default one Push the…

House Log - A Discovery

January 10, 2019Category: House
Our architect submitted the plans to the commune at the end of September. According to the Belgian law, the whole process should take +/- 3 months. So, we scheduled a fitting-out meeting with DaVinci in the second week of January. We've heard countless times that after submitting the file to the…
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