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It’s been a while since my last article on Matplotlib. Today we’re going to plot time series data for visualizing web page impressions, stock prices and the like over time.
Finding duplicate files is easy, anyone can do it. Finding files that are almost identical is more difficult, but it’s useful for use cases like detecting plagiarism. In this article, I’ll present a simple python program that calculates the textual … Continue reading
Yesterday, I was quite surprised when I head rumors that Delicious, my favorite link sharing site, is shutting down. According to their blog, they are looking for a way to continue the service outside of Yahoo, but it’s better to … Continue reading
I started the python-musicbrainz2 project in January 2006 as the first client library to the newly designed MusicBrainz XML web service. It has been my first Python project and I learned quite a lot in the process. Now MusicBrainz is … Continue reading
Going through old CACM issues I discovered a paper (PDF) on stream processing. A common problem in this field is to find frequent items in a data stream when you only get one pass through the data and you need … Continue reading
Sometimes I need a simple stop watch in my Python scripts to find out how expensive my code is in wall clock time. The problem is trivial to solve, but I thought I’d give it a try using Python’s with … Continue reading
For a long time, Gnuplot has been my tool of choice for plotting diagrams. The diagrams it produces out of the box look very scientific, but it takes a lot of tweaking to produce something that’s visually pleasing. I got … Continue reading