Blob analysis with OpenCV in Python
Posted 10th December 2021
Here’s my methodology for performing a blob analysis from binary images in OpenCV using Python code.
Fit an inscribing circle to a shape in OpenCV
Posted 30th October 2021
The largest possible circle that can be drawn interior to a plane figure is called an inscribing circle. This can easily be fitted to a binary shape in OpenCV.
Run Linux GUI apps in Windows 11
Posted 27th October 2021
Use Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to run Linux graphical user interface (GUI) programmes in Windows.
Install apps on Windows without Microsoft Store
Posted 19th October 2021
How can you install Microsoft Store apps on your Windows 10 or Windows 11 machine if your administrator has blocked Windows Store?
Install Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 11
Posted 14th October 2021
With the release of Windows 11 comes a vastly easier method for installing the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) on your PC.
MyGov versus the Service Victoria app
Posted 12th October 2021
My experience adding my COVID-19 vaccination digital certificate to the Service Victoria app on an Android phone. It took a few goes.
Skip cells when running Jupyter Notebook scripts
Posted 27th September 2021
There is a surprisingly simple way to turn off specific cells in Jupyter Notebook without having to manually comment-out chunks of code.
Connect to GitHub via SSH on Linux
Posted 15th September 2021
If you’re tired of entering a username and password each time you push to a GitHub repository on the command line, a secure method for bypassig this is to set-up a connection using a set of SSH keys.
Calculating “Feels Like” Temperatures
Posted 18th August 2021
Use the Aeris Weather API to calculate Australian Ambient Temperature (AT) or “feels like” calculations from private weather station data published to PWSweather.
Creating a custom unique ID in a SharePoint list
Posted 3rd August 2021
Use Power Automate with SharePoint to create a customisable unique ID number in a list that does not rely on secondary lists to work.