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Mapping the GIS Adventure - Lab 6: Y'all, That Texas Coastline is Killer

You might notice that I skipped Lab 5. This is due to the unfortunate fact that I accidentally lost my Lab 5 pdf. I still have the map, so I think I’ll be able to recreate it, but I haven’t had a chance to go digging. 771 more words

Mapping The GIS Adventure

Tessellation Using Four-Part Compound Eyes

To see a single four-part compound eye, look at the previous post.

Geometry

WebGL polygons fill with libtess.js

Brendnan Kenny from Google showed  here how he made polygons using libtess.js on Google Maps, so I have tried that too with single large enough polygon on Leaflet with CZ districts.   242 more words

Code

Symmetry for Big Kids: The Dihedral Group

Continuing my studies in group theory, I decided to divulge here one of my *favorite* simple groups, the dihedral group. This group intrigues me simply because… 510 more words

Math

New on 500px : Salty Sunrise by northwestcapture by northwestcapture

This one was taken last year somewhere in Death Valley. It was the first and the best sunrise of a week-long trip.

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500px

New on 500px : Salty Sunrise by northwestcapture by northwestcapture

This one was taken last year somewhere in Death Valley. It was the first and the best sunrise of a week-long trip.

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Polygons

A polygon is a shape that ends in “agon” and it always has more than four sides. You can see the pattern
Circle
Semi-circle
Triangle… 13 more words

Maths