One of the coolest tools to be introduced in the recent spate of those targeted to the deep learning community is Google’s DeeplearnJS. Although there are some good introductory examples on the site, little exists on…

TL;DR – This project is open source and the following description is rather long. It is also largely a repeat of information found in the Readme file on Github. So, if you are anxious for code, then fast-forward…

This is a follow-up to my post about Decision Trees and the process of replacing complex (and static) logic in programs with a data-driven methodology. A single decision tree can be a valuable tool, but as…

When I first started the Javascript Math Toolkit, I had visions of an open-source project. Then, my mind immediately flashed back to the CompGeoJS project and the massive support issues it generated, which was largely students…

I’ve started the process of adding Bayesian analysis into the Javascript Math Toolkit. As you might expect, the first addition to the Bayesian family is the naive algorithm, which is driven by a frequency table. FrequencyTable…

I recently added polynomial least squares to the data analytics capability of the Javascript Math Toolkit. Next in line is analysis of tabular data. A data table in JS Math Toolkit is ordered by columns with…

I had previously planned on converting most of my Actionscript/Flex stroke engine library to the Javascript Math Toolkit. Of course, as life seems to always dictate, plans never work out as planned. I’ve had numerous discussions over…