Sunday, 26 January 2020

Dithering

The F# Journal just published an article:

"This articles walks through the design and implementation of a simple program that demonstrates three different dithering algorithms..."

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Monday, 20 January 2020

Generating PDFs

The F# Journal just published an article:

"This article describes a simple but low-level script that converts plain text documents into PDF..."

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Monday, 13 January 2020

The Draggable Rectangles Challenge

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Panicz Godek threw down the gauntlet when he presented a challenge he called "Draggable Rectangles". The challenge is derived from his desire to create a development environment for a graphical variant of the Lisp programming language where the abstract syntax tree of a program is displayed as a tree of nested rectangles that can be rearranged via a GUI. This article presents a simple F#+WPF solution to this challenge..."

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Ray tracer re-loaded

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Back in 2007 we published a simple ray tracer written in F# that drew a sphereflake. The ray tracer was a port of an OCaml implementation that had been used to generate the front cover of my OCaml for Scientists book and subsequently my F# for Scientists book. This article revisits the ray tracer in modern F# using WPF..."

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Thursday, 26 September 2019

A Quick Introduction to F#

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Many introductions to the F# programming language are readily available all over the web and in many excellent books these days. However, there is little in the way of a quick introduction to the language simple enough to be completed with only a modicum of effort and, yet, comprehensive enough to empower the reader with the ability to read and write some interesting programs..."

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Wednesday, 25 September 2019

Writing a GIF encoder

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Previous F# Journal articles have covered various different kinds of data compression including both lossy and lossless. This article takes the simple Lempel-Ziv-Welch lossless dictionary data compression we have seen before and grows it into a complete library for GIF generation..."

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Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Analyzing Wikipedia part 2: company infoboxes

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Wikipedia is an interesting resource for data science because it is freely available in the form of a bzipped XML file downloadable via Bittorrent. This article looks at the challenge of extracting the company infoboxes found on many Wikipedia articles about companies..."

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