I need to illustrate similarity measures of time series in a paper. Common illustrations are the euclidean distance and dynamic time warping.
I am working on my bachelor thesis and have to deal with multidimensional time series. Quite specifically time series containing acceleration data from the three sensors produced by a Wii controller. I would like to show on a small example how I represent multidimensional time series graphs in LaTeX.
I am running the ownCloud desktop client 2.2.3 for Debian 8, jessie. Since a while the client shows me that version 2.3.1 is available, but unfortunately did I get the following error if I want to update the client.
Developing a website on a Linux operating system is pretty comfortable, but unfortunately are the most users of those websites using other operating systems with other web browsers. There is a nice solution for the Windows Internet Explorer or Edge browser, free Virtual Machines from IE8 to MS Edge. Unfortunately I have not found an easy way to setup a VirtualBox with Mac OS X to test a website in the Safari web browser. My colleague Jan Knipper pointed me to vagrant-box-osx, a Mac OS X Vagrant box for VirtualBox by Andrew Dryga.
I need to change the size of a PGFPlots tikzpicture in my LaTeX document. There are two different things, scaling the graphic to the full or half width for example and changing the aspect ratio of a graphic.
My main resource to create
tikzpicture graphics in PDF files generated via
LaTeX is the
PGFPlots Gallery. But I guess
there are more than 400 examples on this page. Here a minimal example for a
visualisation with data loaded from an
I made a post about
Magento dependencies in 2013
with a small visualization graph. It is not that easy to do the same with Magento 2, but luckily I have found
by François Zaninotto.
chord diagrams out of a
composer.json and a
composer.lock with the help of
D3. I would like to show you the result.
One-way bottles in germany will be thrown in the garbage after usage. Some
Docker containers will
be removed or destroyed after execution. But especially for some dependency management tools or task runners it can
be nice to have a persistent directory. We can achieve that with the parameter
--volumes-from and a
I will show the usage on a Docker container of Composer and
Gradle, but the principle is easy to transfer for other
building or management Docker containers.