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Welcome to Wadud Miah's Computational Science and HPC blog

I am a computational scientist and work in high performance computing (HPC). I’ll put my musings, thoughts and interesting views about computational science and HPC here. 464 more words

Data Management


My journey begins with cacophony of screaming voices of the silent kind, a frantic breathless angst that jeers remorselessly within the confines of my thoughts, fan-faring me ingloriously up the stairs. 389 more words


Visualising MPs on Twitter

Don’t worry, this isn’t about visualising what MPs look like while they are tweeting, I’ll leave that to you.

Jayne Ihaka posted a graph on Twitter to show how MPs are connected – not surprisingly most of them communcate within their own political circles. 259 more words


Visualising Machine Learning Algorithms: Beauty and Belief

This post looks at algorithm visualisation in two guises, first in terms of ‘how’ an algorithm does its work – looking ‘inside’ the box if you like, and second on what comes out the other end as an output or outcome. 1,634 more words

Machine Learning

Becoming a Manifesting Minerva

If you haven’t heard of Minerva before, you should Google her, she was a very talented Goddess of Wisdom.

If you aren’t sure what manifesting is then let me explain; manifesting to me, means creating something in your dreams or having a goal that you then create in your real life. 709 more words

Posts About Happyness

BBC 1Xtra Charlie Sloth TV Show- Visualisation

Pitch – To create the biggest online video brand for young audiences about hip-hop in the U.K and beyond.

Combining the credibility of 1Xtra, with the best elements of street broadcasting and the outrageous personality of Charlie Sloth, the idea was to create a hugely entertaining – yet authoritative – weekly destination for U.K rap fans within the BBC iPlayer. 7 more words


Panel Acceptance and Abstract Submission

I found out yesterday that a panel I was on was accepted for The Roman Archaeological Conference 2016 in Rome (16-19 March 2016). The panel is on Sensing Rome: Sensory Approaches to Movement and Space, which is right up my alley. 152 more words

Sound Studies