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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Sunday, 30 June 2019

Analyzing Wikipedia part 1: article enumeration

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 how the articles in this data can be enumerated using F# and a manageable subset extracted for quicker testing..."

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Saturday, 2 February 2019

Implementing a hash table

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Hash tables gained popularity in the 1990s thanks to languages like Perl. They are an inherently-imperative concrete implementation of the abstract unordered set and dictionary data structures. This article looks at the design and implementation of a simple and yet competitively-efficient hash table implementation..."

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Thursday, 31 January 2019

JSON parsing: a simple solution

The F# Journal just published an article:

"Our recent series of articles covered existing JSON parsers and the development of a sophisticated high-performance solution but we neglected to cover a minimalistic solution. This article describes the simplest standards-compliant JSON parser we have been able to write in F# using only core functionality..."

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