Not-So-SimpleCV: Tracebacks and Bitmaps

My progress with the SimpleCV update was somewhat mixed yesterday. I was able to go from a low of tracebacks on any image operation to a high of loading two photo formats (though not stored with quite the right attributes) before encountering dependency tracebacks on img.show(). Hooray! But I also began to suspect that OpenCV … Continue reading Not-So-SimpleCV: Tracebacks and Bitmaps

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Not-So-SimpleCV: Fixer-Upper

After some time away due to a new job & the NASA Space Apps Challenge hackathon, I was finally able to sit down for a day of debugging my fork of SimpleCV. I left off with a version that loads and functions on frozen-in-time dependencies on my Raspberry Pi, but that setup left me with … Continue reading Not-So-SimpleCV: Fixer-Upper

Not-So-SimpleCV

It wasn't until after I'd submitted the talk proposal to 3 conferences that I realized how big of a chunk I'd bitten off by writing in a computer vision aspect. "Participants will gain insight on impactful mindsets and actionable strategies for more effective professional development - as well as a few starter Computer Vision scripts!" … Continue reading Not-So-SimpleCV

Quick Tip: Twilio Trial

Here's a quick tip that should ease that little voice in your head wondering if your users will be able to tell that SMS came from an online service, an uncertainty only relevant to those with a trial account on Twilio. You know that little preamble that says "Sent from your Twilio trial account?" Fret … Continue reading Quick Tip: Twilio Trial

Scrapy on the Fly

I solemnly swear that I am up to social good. At the most recent Cleveland PyLadies meetup, I vowed to learn about web scraping for data science. Though web scraping can be a controversial subject because of the potential for privacy invasion, intellectual property infringement, or other nefarious activities, I do feel that there are … Continue reading Scrapy on the Fly