sample svg with 2 "layers"
loading a pdf and rendering a page with pdf.js
an xml file with an xsl “stylesheet”
Very Simple IndexedDB Example
Function that can be used to amplify the volume of a media element (<audio> or <video>).
paper text area
the teensiest slide application in human history: try it at http://ruphus.com/slides.html
Export CartoDB GeoJSON to TopoJSON.
path from numbers in d3
poor man's dom selection
a simple function to export a JSON file
Do we really need an event emitter?
A first pass at rendering wavesurfer.js annotations as WEBVTT
JS function to change links like <a href="something.wav">sound</a> so that they play when clicked
A simple depunctuator with and without regexes
futzing with python encodings.
This is a simplistic comparison of pronoun frequencies in (a) the Brown corpus under the 'news' category and (b) the whole of the Reuters corpus.
A couple of changes to example4.html from this great article by Jos Dirksen (http://www.smartjava.org/content/exploring-html5-web-audio-visualizing-sound) are sufficient to get it running in Firefox Aurora.
What .edu sites exist that are anagrams of UCSB?
i'm trying to load a json file with some metadata in it
Finding reduplicated words in a wordlist
wondering about top-level persistence of a netsted object in backbone
trying to make a nested collection
look up names of characters in text
A simple client-side image labeler. Very crude atm, but no jQuery necessary, just a recent browser!
Swimlane Chart using d3.js
letters.py - command line tool to look up the name of Unicode characters in a text
Minimal example of data handling in Backbone.js
Add a prefix to all the filenames in a directory
trying to figure out hwo to make events do something
unescape hex entities in html
A simple tool for finding the highest scoring words with a scrabble rack
an incomplete program for looking for cross-linguistic "minimal pairs" involving English flapped coronals and Spanish [r] between English and Spanish
find all the words that can be built using the letters in a list, as in Scrabble™.
Super short intro to using cosine similarity in Python