It was simple to program, but I kept putting it off. Now you can see the “Find Symbol” button located on the right side of all pages. Just type in the symbol of the stock you would like to see information about in the space above the button and hit “Find Symbol”. [...]
Archive for September, 2005
DARPA (the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), for the second year in a row, is running the DARPA Grand Challenge on October 8th. The Grand Challenge is to develop an autonomous vehicle that can navigate tough terrain – in this case, a desert in Nevada. To win, the vehicle has to complete a [...]
In All the President’s Men, Deep Throat told Bob Woodward to “Follow the money” as part of his investigative efforts surrounding the Watergate break-in. So, is it any less reasonable for Deep Market to advise you to “Follow the Mad Money”?
Well, if you were referring to Jim Cramer’s “Mad Money” on CNBC, then you [...]
The age old competition between brawn and brains continues in the computer age. Seemingly “intelligent” demonstrations of machines’ abilities to compete with humans, generally with games like chess, are really dependent on computer “brawn”. True intelligence in machines – artificial intelligence – will more than likely be the result of leveraging really clever [...]
The constantly evolving and growing backend of DeepMarket is starting to peek out from behind the curtain. Finally, got some stock data loaded into a database. For now, just looking at stocks on the NASDAQ exchange. Explore a little if you get a chance. For example, here is some information on [...]
Sir Isaac Newton said, having participated in the South Sea Bubble and losing about 20,000 pounds of his own investment, that:
I can calculate the motions of the heavenly bodies, but not the madness of people.
It is interesting to note that present day technical analysis has been inspired by Newtonian physics, like the concept of momentum [...]
Creative energy can be burned out trying to implement a neat, new idea. Progress can be hindered by an interface or constraints imposed by a machine – this is the dilemma computer programmers face daily. But, to be fair – that is their job. Other, more mundane tasks, such as using a [...]
The sub-title of this data mining blog is “Ruminations on computational geometry, algorithms, theoretical computer science and life”. I enjoy capturing links to blogs that have a great number of entries to browse through for new ideas. This blog has been around since early 2004 and it is updated quite often.
The Machine Learning (Theory) blog is an excellent place to read about various aspects of Machine Learning. John Langford is the evolutionary based intelligence behind this blog and he has quite a list of research interests and projects. Read and generate new ideas!
Okay, I have given up on Ping-o-Matic. It has never worked for me.
The best alternative I have found is Pingoat. Less than two months old, I have had little to no trouble with it yet. Pingoat is having growing pains – mostly with trying to filter out all the spam blogs. [...]