Reference, mind challenging, interesting or simply beautiful, like science
Helping you to find, access, and reuse research data.
Added Sep 23, 2011 (datacite.org)
pandas is a Python package providing fast, flexible, and expressive data structures designed to make working with “relational” or “labeled” data both easy and intuitive. It aims to be the fundamental high-level building block for doing practical, real world data analysis in Python.
Added Sep 13, 2011 (pandas.sourceforge.net)
Impressive list of papers related to distributed systems in general.
Added Jun 1, 2011 (www.cs.uiuc.edu)
A very interesting online book on data mining from the problem definition to the deployment.
Added May 23, 2011 (chem-eng.utoronto.ca)
Book on how to design for the web available as pdf.
Added Apr 9, 2011 (designingfortheweb.co.uk)
Information Retrieval and other interesting topics.
Added Apr 2, 2011 (phpir.com)
Added Mar 18, 2011 (www.jstat.org)
very interesting list of things to keep in mind when building a large scale system. The good thing is that you can apply them from the start with a small system.
Added Mar 5, 2011 (www.usenix.org)
Well explained steps to improve the quality of the deployed software.
Added Feb 12, 2011 (radar.oreilly.com)
A complete and general package for molecular mechanics and dynamics, with some special features for biopolymers.
Added Jan 21, 2011 (dasher.wustl.edu)
Could be very interesting to use the same approach to gather chemical information in publications.
Added Jan 11, 2011 (blogs.nuxeo.com)
A very nice library to visualize time series. For example concentrations in a reactor or response time of a web application.
Added Dec 17, 2010 (dygraphs.com)
Some principles which can be applied to software design.
Added Dec 12, 2010 (www.vitsoe.com)
Looks interesting, has some bioinformatics extensions.
Added Dec 1, 2010 (www.ailab.si)
A very interesting desk with multitouch support. Could be really nice to use it to draw molecules or flowsheets.
Added Dec 1, 2010 (hci.rwth-aachen.de)
A very nice library to write C++ code without the fear of doing something wrong.
Added Nov 10, 2010 (grace.openpanel.com)
I am tracking manually the "no-cash" date too, but maybe doing it automatically would be better using my accounting software API.
Added Nov 1, 2010 (blog.asmartbear.com)
A search engine for free icons, this can be nice when developing a new application or an inspiration for a new logo.
Added Oct 26, 2010 (www.iconfinder.com)
A graphical approach to visualization. Extremely nice set of components for multidimensional data visualization.
Added Oct 20, 2010 (vis.stanford.edu)
Interesting remarks about the difficulties of good design.
Added Oct 19, 2010 (www.azarask.in)
List of websites providing coverage of startups. This can be interesting when you want coverage of a new launch and try to get backlinks for Google.
Added Oct 5, 2010 (blog.traindom.com)
Allow you to cache data on an SSD drive for performance.
Added Sep 23, 2010 (github.com)
Very interesting presentation of a book about construction extensions. How people can extend their home/office without the need to apply for a construction permit. It make me think how I hack part of a software to fit my needs.
Added Sep 20, 2010 (bldgblog.blogspot.com)
A large link collection of available databases.
Added Sep 14, 2010 (library.njit.edu)
Search in the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data with a lot of free articles to download.
Added Sep 14, 2010 (srdata.nist.gov)
Rent scientific litterature for $1 per article. Good it is cheap, bad the flash application to read the articles is very impractical and makes reading an article painful.
Added Sep 13, 2010 (www.deepdyve.com)
11363 pages. A Gold mine of information about the Petroleum industry at large.
Added Sep 8, 2010 (www.treccani.it)
An interesting "log to the database" approach to easily inspect the state of a running webapplication.
Added Sep 8, 2010 (github.com)
An excellent book on how a search engine work from the Standford and Stuttgart universities.
Added Sep 7, 2010 (nlp.stanford.edu)
Step by step, how to create books and get them printed in high quality or download a pdf/odt file.
Added Sep 6, 2010 (en.wikipedia.org)
Interesting list of things to do when managing a lot of data. I think the two most important are compress and sample.
Added Sep 4, 2010 (dataspora.com)
Munin is a monitoring tool, it provides now a way to monitor different nodes and gather the data at a central location.
Added Sep 3, 2010 (www.darkcoding.net)
Prediction of eleven important and commonly used pure component thermodynamic properties from molecular structure only.
Added Sep 3, 2010 (en.wikipedia.org)
A very complete presentation of a way to branch with master, develop, feature and release branches. I now use it for all my projects.
Added Sep 2, 2010 (nvie.com)
Interesting list of .emacs customisations.
Added Sep 2, 2010 (news.ycombinator.com)
Because they get less visual fixations and direction.
Added Sep 2, 2010 (uxmovement.com)
May I say the best search engine for chemical properties?
Added Sep 1, 2010 (chemeo.com)
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