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  1. Example applications and makefiles for various microcontroller boards

    C++

  2. Visualize spectral element data while maintaining a responsive UI

    Scala 1

  3. Interactively create perceptually uniform colormaps

    Scala

  4. Assemble a sequence of image files into a video file via an intermediate YCbCr stream

    Java 1

  5. 1
    Animation visualizing the Bayesian Blocks dynamic programming algorithm for optimal histograms, inspired by Mike Bostock's [Visualizing Algorithms](http://bost.ocks.org/mike/algorithms/).  The algorithm is described in [Studies in Astronomical Time Series Analysis. VI. Bayesian Block Representations](http://stacks.iop.org/0004-637X/764/i=2/a=167).
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    For an example of Bayesian Blocks in action, see [Bayesian Blocks Density Estimation](/cdmuhlb/7e965dd93580faac3c55).
  6. Utilities for processing and analyzing 2MASS point source data

    C

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June 2021

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Created a pull request in adafruit/Adafruit_CircuitPython_EPD that received 4 comments

Fix #52 Distinguish stride from width for SSD1680

Apply fix from 8022b34 to Adafruit_SSD1680, allowing rotations of 1 and 2 to be used even when width is not a multiple of 8.

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Created an issue in adafruit/Adafruit_CircuitPython_EPD that received 1 comment

Incorrect framebuffer width for SSD1680

The Adafruit_SSD1680 class increases its width parameter to the nearest multiple of 8 before constructing its framebuffers. This results in the fra…

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