Monthly Archives: October 2016

Phil 10.10.16

7:00 – 4:00 ASRC

  • Started on the slides
  • Installing the Ubuntu extension on my personal laptop as per this: http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2016/08/enable-bash-windows-10-anniversary-update
  • Fixing the .arff string variable save for CorpusManager – fixed. The trimmed matrices just didn’t have the string Maps
  • Interview with Julia – making an offer
  • Meeting with Wayne. Nope he’s traveling. But Sy made a nice presentation and will take a good look at my slides once they’re done.
  • Need to doodle a slot for the week of the 17th.
  • Got my antarctica books. Need to do a bit of reading.
  • Walked David through my thoughts. That helped a lot!

Phil 10.7.16

8:30 – 6:30 ASRC

  • For watching the weather: http://www.intellicast.com/Local/WxMap.aspx
  • Submit aperworrk for ACM and ICA reimbursement
  • Working on the research browser
  • Machine learning meeting
    • Confusion about the difference between our googlehacking and ML
  • Broke the arff string value part. It’s working on xlsx, so I need to chase that down.

Phil 10.6.16

8:30 – 6:30 ASRC

  • Set up Flu shot and physical!
  • This is the source for The Crowd: http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/445
  • Add radio buttons for news and scholar search
    • Scholar is done
    • News is done.
    • Why does rank disappear when a term is deleted?
  • Test moby dick without query or exact terms – fixed.
  • Sprint review

Phil 10.5.16

9:00 – 5:00 ASRC

  • Slept in until 6:30 today!
  • Fixing the bibliography
    • Verify: Le Bon, G. (2009). The crowd: A study of the popular mind. Auckland, N.Z.: Floating Press.
  • Going to see what stories are waiting for me, otherwise I’ll start on Aaron’s upgrades.
  • Renamed LitReviewTest2 to LanguageModelGui.
  • Added search.
  • Pondering how to show relations between text and terms

Phil 10.4.16

6:45 – 9:15 ASRC

  • Link to Barbara
  • Proofreading and bibliography
  • Still need to number figures and tables, print to PDF and distribute.
  • Done! Going to go back and fix sentence case tomorrow.

Phil 10.3.16

7:00 – 5:00 ASRC

  • Reworking browser mockup. Rather than using the ‘Trustworthy’ ranking, I thought I’d go more functional and exploration-supporting. Clicking on the Antibubble annotation for a story would show the context for the ‘trustworthy’ context. Clicking on the Bubble annotation would show the ech0-chamber context. The criteria for ranking documents could be selected by combobox.

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  • Implications for design section
  • Aaron’s presentation
    • Managing Ambiguity in Legal Requirements
    • Ambiguity as a tool of understanding issues?
    • In law, building in ambiguity to extend law lifetime. But shut specific loopholes
    • Sounds a lot like compiler design
    • Code clusters for paragraphs
  • 4:00 Meeting with Wayne
    • Inline citations
    • APA format
    • Print to pdf and offer hard copy in the distribution.