Today, I went down memory lane and looked at old code I wrote in python for my Intro to CS class. My team will be using python for our project and I wanted a bit of refresher. I looked at snippets of my code that I think could be useful for computer vision and machine learning problems. An interesting file I found was a graphics file that was provided by John Zelle. I never really looked too deep into the file, but after reviewing it further it provides a lot of information on programming with graphics in mind and would be a good practical resource. I don’t have much experience with machine learning, so I’m interested to learn more (I have a tiny bit of experience with neural networks, but not much further). I will be using Anaconda for this project because it has many libraries that are useful for machine learning.
I forgot to post about this earlier, but yesterday we got to repair some bikes and bring some back with us. We also received bike locks to use, so transportation will be a lot better around campus. That’s all to report so far, goodbye!