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Currently working on a couple of projects; first, a proof of concept of a minimal computing tool for descriptive bibliography, and second, an attempt to learn how applied category theory can improve the practice of enterprise architecture. Below there are also repos addressing a number of topics such as the use of Keras on natural language inference tasks, the use of the Skyfield pure-python astronomy package for visualizing satellite passes, different algorithms for the approximation of 𝜋, the calculation of Texas Hold'Em hand win percentages, and a trainer for John Horton Conway's Doomsday algorithm. Note that the Keras code is very dated, but turns out to be the most popular. Mostly a Pythonista but Julia-curious.


  1. Load the contents of an RDF file into a set of SQLite database tables.

    Python 1

  2. The William S. Burroughs Collection of Bradley P. Allen


  3. A Keras model that addresses the Quora Question Pairs dyadic prediction task.

    Jupyter Notebook 366 128

  4. A Keras implementation of the UCLMR approach to generating embeddings for Unicode emoji from their descriptions.

    Jupyter Notebook 38 9

  5. A set of notebooks and associated code using the Skyfield Python package for various astronomical and satellite observing tasks.

    Jupyter Notebook

  6. doomsday Public

    A Doomsday rule algorithm utility and trainer

    Python 5 8

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