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A few interesting distances

Today I read about a few distance measures from Chapter 3 Finding Similar Items from the Book "Minning of Massive Datasets". You can find the book and more information about everything here: http://infolab.stanford.edu/~ullman/mmds.html

Following is a little summary of the basics of the different distance measures.

 

Euclidian Distance

The Euclidian distance is the most familiar distance measure and is the one people normally think of as “distance”. An n-dimensional Euclidian…

21.01.2014
Matthias Frick
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Happy new year 2014

Happy new year 2014 to everybody!

This year hopefully a lot of things will happen. First, I should finish my master studies at the University of Applied Science in Salzburg and I should start my own business Frick-Web as a fulltime job…exciting, exciting smiley!

Further I have a few ideas about own projects like fmonit.com and so own!

Stay tuned and have a good start into the new year cool!

 

01.01.2014
Matthias Frick
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Contact Form gem for Rails4 and Rails3.2

Today I had time to update my existing gem called contact_form, which is available on github.

It is now available for rails 4 and rails 3.2. Simple check out the old blogpost about this gem or the readme on github.

Feel free to open issuses or make a pull request, if something does not work the way you want.

UPDATE (10.09.2014):
The gem is now also compatible with rails 4.1.x

02.10.2013
Matthias Frick
Ruby on Rails
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nifty_errorpages gem

Today I wrote a little gem called NiftyErrorpages. This gem contains a little Rails 3.2 engine for generating dynamic error pages. If an error occures, normally Rails will render a static 404.html, 422.html or 500.html file from the public folder. NiftyErrorpages allows you to handle all the rendering through an errors_controller with views. You can easily customize your views, layout, helper and controller.

The gem name is derived from the awesome NiftyGenerators Gem from Ryan Bates, because…

23.04.2013
Matthias Frick
Ruby on Rails
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