Here is another ship🚢 from me,
It uses the PIMA India dataset with KNN as it's model to predict if a person has high risk of diabetes based on factors like: pregnancies, age, blood pressure, glucose, bmi, heritage (if their ancestors had it), skin thickness and insulin levels.
Few of notable features are:
• The data imputation technique used
• Normalisation used
• A recursive approach to attain best value of K for knn.
The GUI is made in tkinter.
This is not supposed to be a health app or something, but a learning experience.
Here is the link: github.com/Gautam-flash/diabetese_pred
Feel free to comment
@heyrajan0Hack the north was this weekend, which meant it was time to build—build something big.
This all started off as a platform to yell at people. No, seriously. In Global Politics class, we were introduced to the world of politics that we live in, and well, the propaganda and complexity for democracy shocked us. Articles are long, politics are complex, social issues are widespread, and ranting to friends leads to nowhere. We wanted to build a better way to learn—to clear the mist by alleviating false and opinionated facts through a gamified system. And that’s what Diplomatica is for, bringing the truth to everyone.
The platform is broken down into scraping relevant and desired articles, summarizing them with our AI models, and a decentralized debate platform to spark thought-provoking conversations and to compete with your friends.
A like on devpost, or a star on github, would be greatly appreciated :partyparrot:
Open Sourced @ github.com/Diplomatica-HTN
Live @ diplomatica.vercel.app
Devpost @ devpost.com/software/diplomatica
Hope You Enjoy,
@Ishan0Today I basically finished the Dogecoin CoC, did a massive refactor of Duckcoin to aid readability (2a766cd3), made the difficulty controls on Duckcoin as fine grained as possible (769bea24) and did school and very little homework (fun, physics one). Also vibed to Crazy Frog with my sister.
@Ishan0Today I did school, made a new friend who I convinced to join HC, did some physics homework, wasted time on random stuff on the internet, and added Airtable to my discord bot for the doge foundation! Also saw some bunny just wandering around when I was out jogging. See the Airtable data here: airtable.com/shrLXtdF7tEBLFfRA. See source here: github.com/dogecoinfoundation/discord-bot. I have a demo screenshot too!
@BenjaminSmith0I wrote type definitions for an AST for the weird type language I was discussing in #benjamin- and a working interpreter for programs written in that AST; I tried making a parser for source code but it doesn't work, I'll try to fix it tomorrow. Code is available at github.com/Merlin04/experimental-type-lang
@jasonaa0i got a lil bit of downtime in class today so i made a quick script with puppeteer that logs into my gradebook, takes a screenshot, and ~publically shames me~ forces me to be accountable for my grades! im planning on setting up a cron job to get this to run every friday. see source: github.com/jasonappah/is-clown
Wanted a super chill project to work on over the weekend so I made verpi, a program to show the status of your vercel deployments on a small light strip! Alongside a super clean codebase it also has this nifty little python script to compile a binary on the pi without changing your local environment one bit! Below is a quick demo:
@jasonaa0not sure when this happened but i hit the 1k contributions on my github! would be nice if it was a bit more consistent and less patchy but we'll see how things go with school
@Ishan0Today we did more #duckcoin dev, and people’s interest in it is rising (the 70,000th block was mined today). Everyone was mining simultaneously, which showed me that my earlier plan won’t work and I’ll have to think of a new plan (what if we had blockchains with blockchains inside them :thonk:). It was also my dad’s birthday so I wrote him a very embarrassing two line poem and made him tea in the morning. We went to two parks, one right by the lake. Both had a lot of ducks. I tried telling them I’m quackduck on GitHub but they still ran away from me :sadge:. Anyhow, here’s some duck photos, a plane in the sky and a screenshot of Christina mining Duckcoin units called quacks on her M1 computer (the UI looks better in the latest build okay) also also, me and some people may have a cryptocurrency discussion soon, let me know if you’re interested!
@suvarneshkm0*GitHub* is awesome:ultrafastparrot:#100 Streak🚀
check out my *<https://github.com/suvarneshkm|GitHub>*:yay:
@heyrajan0Ahoy! 🚢 :shipitparrot: This is probably my favourite ship so far and I'm more than happy to announce heyrajan.com. In your exploration of my digital persona, it hope that you develop a profound understanding of my world, built on the foundation of creation and change. It's always been a dream of mine to release a personal website, and I am ecstatic that the first people I can share it with are my fellow Hack Clubbers :parrot_love: . A few things:
/home 🏠 ~ Manifesto, Highlights, Daily Activities, Upcoming Initiatives
/explore 🔎 ~ Socials, Contacts and A Few Important Links
/ventures ✈️ ~ My favourite non-work endeavours that I'm working on
/prev 📰 ~ Coming Soon
I hope that you can learn a bit more about my world, as online we are just a few profile pictures looking at one another. Also, "heyrajan" is now a ping word, for all you pingy hackers out there 👀
Subdomains: g (github), in (linkedin), ig (instagram), d (devpost), t (twitter), sb (scrapbook)
As always, open sourced at github.com/itsrajan/heyrajan. Feel free to add issues, feedback, PRs or just thoughts overall. Thank you everyone for your support, and I hope you enjoy :hyperbongocat::hyperfastparrot::hyper-dino-wave:
A new blackbird release is out! v5.0.0 brings blackbird dusk, a slightly lighter version of blackbird with all the same juicy colors. There are also a few other changes such as custom diff colors and color unifications (such as deep blue being used for arithmetic operations as it is already used for numbers). On the left is blackbird midnight (classic blackbird) and on the right is blackbird dusk. Get it fresh off the press on the vscode store!
@ella0yay, my PR for hackclub/v3 got merged today. i rewrote the bank page in Next.js + theme-ui (formerly running on Gatsby and styled jsx). it took me a while, but i learned a lot. s/o to sam for helping me and reviewing my code!
@Ishan0YOOOOOO today I wrote the goreleaser file so now aces is on hombrew and has releases: brew install quackduck/tap/aces. I wrote a heck of a lot of documentation, most of which explains how encoding and aces works: github.com/quackduck/aces/#how-does-it-work. I spent roughly 6 hours being extremely bored at Macy's too. Shoutout to @matthew, the very first user of Aces. He's also featured in the examples cause his name sounds very funny when encoded in the HhAa charset.
@caleb1shorty (the best link shortener) can now be one-click deployed to Heroku! :heroku:
@heyrajan0ahah looks like my contributions are also social distancing
@sampoder0As some of you may know, Scrappy recently went on an eventful holiday (read the story in #scrapbook)!
🎉 Luckily, Scrappy is back and better*!
It’s internal storage unit has been updated to switch from the Airtable Store-a-tron v0.1 to the PostgreSQL Prisma Flexi-tron! The old store-a-tron was showing a big :warn: so we need to change before we had to shill out a ton of money for an enterprise variant.
(this has been something i’ve been pushing through working on since last month and i’m so glad it’s finished, if you haven’t picked up Scrappy and Scrapbook now runs on PostgreSQL and Prisma, source at github.com/hackclub/scrappy & github.com/hackclub/scrapbook)
the Flexi-tron is known to be buggy, so if you run into any issues please please ping me and let me know so I can fix everything up, thanks :D
@rishi0🔉 🔊 📣
Time to round off the trifecta with my lil project built on @caleb’s API: hear the Slack! Built on top of NextJS, Howler, Geist and a custom sound selection, I made a generative music website that responds to the interactions from channels that @JoeBunyan’s in!
Here’s the basic algorithm: there’s a sound selection of 32 pads, synths, strings, vocal chops and a bunch of other goodies (randomly selected at build time & pretuned to one key) that get distributed into a sort of virtual grid. Every time a message comes through the WS stream, it gets hashcoded and split up into a coordinate system, which is then distributed across the grid to make a half-decent sounding live performance! It looks super cool when paired up with @matthewgleich’s amazing Raspi creation, and you can check it out at hear.hackclub.dev; source is up at github.com/hackclub/joebunyan/tree/main/sounds!
See the slack! With the power of @JoeBunyan I made a raspberry sense hat LED matrix display show activity on the slack. This was my first time working with websockets and hashing algorithms! It was a super fun project to work on this weekend with @caleb and @rishi! I’ll be sending it to HQ later this week so they can put it up somewhere. @rishi should be shipping the other part of this project soon :tompog:. @caleb made @JoeBunyan which provides a ~super secret~ websocket stream. (p.s. only channels that have @JoeBunyan installed will actually be shown on the pi). Happy hacking everyone!
@sampoder0Tonight, @arsh7chetana, @NeilGhosh & I managed to win the Junior AWS Build On ASEAN 2021 hackathon in Singapore :D We did the Cognizant track which was about creating positive communities and all. Anyways, our project was a website that let people look around for places where they can volunteer and then message the organisers, we had to focus on security and all so we built an ID verification system with SingPass (SG government’s OAuth system to have people log in with their national ID cards) and a few other things (some admittedly, a bit gimmicky). Anyhow, here’s a screenshot. We’ve got a limited public version that we put up at comiteer.co & I’ve put the code up at github.com/sampoder/comiteer. First time winning a hackathon so I’m pretty ecstatic lol, also had a ton of fun doing it yee
@Devnol0Today I bought a UPS for my server and finally completed the first version of github.com/devnol/powerSurge, a raspberry pi pico-based dumb shutdown system. It detects when the power falls out and while the server is running on the UPS power, the pico pulls low the power button of the server, telling it to finally shut down safely and without loss of any data. In the future I plan to add a restart feature if the power comes back up after a specific amount of time and an ambient thermometer so that it shuts the server down if the temperature gets over the specification. If you have a homelab and like tinkering with hardware this project might be for you, so if you want give it a follow on GitHub to get updates on my progress on it.