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Here is a python-based search engine with an implementation inspired on one of our papers at the old Mi Islita.com site, now a search engine on Puerto Rico.
This module replicates the miislita vector spaces from
"A Linear Algebra Approach to the Vector Space Model -- A Fast Track Tutorial"
by Dr. E. Garcia...
Great and positive accomplishment!
That tutorial is no longer at miislita.com, but was long ago moved to minerazzi.com. Find it here:
For other resources do a search for python in our IR miner at
For inquiries about that implementation, contact its author.
For other inquiries, applications, suggestions, drop me a line.
PS. Please note that Nullege.com itself is a search engine for finding python code. Here is a good example: http://nullege.com/codes/search/wx.calendar.CalendarCtrl
The Open Source Projects (OSP) miner at
has been updated and reindexed. Additional records will be added soon.
The miner also features news results from Bing, Google, and other sites.
Use it to build your own curated collection of open software or to access latest news on open projects from around the world.
This is a new tool available at
If you are into chemical data mining, this post might interest you.
This new Minerazzi tool easily solves activity coefficient models for a missing term.
Thus the tool allows you to cross-map activity coefficients to ionic strengths and vice versa using the following models:
Debye-Hückel Limiting Law
Debye-Hückel Extended Limiting Law
The tool , written in PHP, was inspired in the WATEQF program originally written in FORTRAN (https://www.nrc.gov/docs/ML0331/ML033170395.pdf).
Recent versions of that program are available for download from the U.S. Geological Survey site at https://wwwbrr.cr.usgs.gov/projects/GWC_chemtherm/software.htm
Chemistry researchers, teachers and students can benefit from this tool, which is part of an ongoing effort of making available online scientific research tools across different disciplines.
04-05-2017 Update: Additional content and literature references added.
In a recent post,
we mentioned a design pattern for easily cross-mapping all experimental variables from a given model. By applying the pattern to the Nernst Equation, we were able to develop the Standard Electrode Potentials Calculator which cross-maps all 4 experimental terms from said equation. This tool is available at
In this post we just want to mention that by applying the same design pattern to the Goldman-Hodgkin-Katz (GHK) Equation we were able to develop the Membrane Potentials Calculator, which cross-maps 12 experimental terms. This new tool is available now at
Examples on how to do the mapping of variables are given in the Suggested Exercises section of the tool.
Overall, we are confident that the patterns used in the design of these tools can be applied, across disciplines, to mathematical models consisting of more experimental variables.
The Domain Extractor is a new Minerazzi tool, available now at
The tool extracts domains and subdomains from up to 10,000 URLs at once. Larger sets are resized to conform to this limit. This is done to avoid browser crashes.
From the input set, the Domain Extractor returns a set consisting of domains and subdomains. The results are deduplicated and sorted in alphabetical order
The tool comes handy when one wants to extract chunks consisting of 10,000 domains from databases or other sources.
It can be conveniently used in combinations of other of our tools, like
The FQU Bot
Simple, light, but a powerful toy/tool: The Domain Extractor can be used as part of a crawling strategy: Once domains and subdomains are extracted, the chunks of URLs can be sent to a queue for crawlers to revisit them.
Another application consists in querying a search engine, extract URLs from its results page and then process them through the tool.
There might be other applications, but the above can give you an idea of how handy the tool can be.