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Dmitry Paranyushkin
Another chance for the new me.
Another chance for the new me.
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Manipulation of Cosine Curve to Produce Beautiful Figures

The animation is produced, mainly by manipulating the cosine curve; the displacement of the cosine curve, when fluctuated between its maximum and minimum value - between 1 and -1 - with a bit of imagination, beautiful figures can be produced, provided the programmer in question has patience and time for it.

The transformation of the curve is also used in enhancing the beauty of the fluctuation in a vertical plane.

Processing Programming Credit: bees&bombs
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Forget about the old Excel spreadsheets and Word documents. Knowledge Graph is the document for the 21st century!

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Text network analysis for psychotherapy and creative thinking - using #infranodus  app.

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I developed an app that can be really useful as a tool to get more out of Evernote: new ideas, connections, and insights. It visualizes your notes as a graph, so you can see how they relate to one another and search through them using the visual interface. Here's an example graph: below: http://infranodus.com/evernote/polysingularity?maxnodes=300 and PM if you want to try it on your notes, so I send you the invite
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I developed an app that can be really useful as a tool to get more out of Evernote: new ideas, connections, and insights. It visualizes your notes as a graph, so you can see how they relate to one another and search through them using the visual interface. Here's an example graph: below: http://infranodus.com/evernote/polysingularity?maxnodes=300 and PM if you want to try it on your notes, so I send you the invite
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I developed an app that can help you get more out of your Evernote notes: to find new insights, ideas, and connections between them.

It visualizes your notes as a network and gives you a kind of zoom out view on all of them. It's free an open source and I just want people to try it out and tell me what other features you'd like to have.

PM me for an invitation code and see an example interactive graph below: http://infranodus.com/evernote/polysingularity?maxnodes=300
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