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project:reddit_cartographer [2011/12/12 11:41]
smark
project:reddit_cartographer [2011/12/12 11:42] (current)
smark [Project Log]
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 So tonight was kind of a trying night working on this thing. I was able to get some Force-Based Algorithms working, but not completely. For some reason everything just keeps flying apart. I have a feeling that it has to do with the subreddits which are not connected to anything, but this is just a hunch. I'm not sure if this is the right algorithm to use either. I may end up having to do something completely different in order to make this work. I don't want to have to make a file that will be processed by another application,​ but I will if I need to. I feel like I'll have more control over everything if I do it ALL myself. This graph theory might be too complex to deal with on my own. On the other hand it might be a good learning experience. So tonight was kind of a trying night working on this thing. I was able to get some Force-Based Algorithms working, but not completely. For some reason everything just keeps flying apart. I have a feeling that it has to do with the subreddits which are not connected to anything, but this is just a hunch. I'm not sure if this is the right algorithm to use either. I may end up having to do something completely different in order to make this work. I don't want to have to make a file that will be processed by another application,​ but I will if I need to. I feel like I'll have more control over everything if I do it ALL myself. This graph theory might be too complex to deal with on my own. On the other hand it might be a good learning experience.
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 +I don't know if the corner everything goes to is relevant or the fact that all of the coordinates line up along the left and top edges. I think this is likely an issue with my method, and not the algorithm I'm using.
  
 But again its almost 5am and I have work in five hours... Time to go to bed! But again its almost 5am and I have work in five hours... Time to go to bed!
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