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  1. 🔗p5 Art: Perlin Noise Flow Field

    Played around with 3D perlin noise flow field the other day. I basically just went through the tutorial on the Coding Train's YouTube channel to get started. Looks pretty cool. This one stops at 60 seconds.

  2. 🔗p5 Art - Animated Circle Packing

    As with my first post, here we are attempting to implement circle packing. This time I wanted to animate circle growth and then stop circle growth before the circles overlapped. I unabashedly stole most of this from Daniel Shiffman, but I wanted to use classes instead of just a circle object as he does in his example.

  3. 🔗p5 Art - Half Circles and 2D Perlin Noise Effect

    More circles, or rather half circles, and 2d perlin noise and hsl to make it look old.

  4. 🔗p5 Art - First Tries

    Over the holiday break I worked on three things: eating, sleeping, and coding. For the coding part I accomplished two things. I this website to eleventy js and redesigned it (lightly!) and started playing around with p5js again. This post the first of a few about making art and getting better at javascript with p5js and the Coding train. I'll write up a post about porting over the eleventy....maybe.

  5. 🔗Tidy Tuesday: Week 2 Bees

    A post about bee colonies. I wanted make a plot for each state and have each plot be plotted to the x y location of that state on a map. I used the package geo_facet.

  6. 🔗Helpful Rmarkdown Tips

    I've been using Rmarkdown to write reports at work. Whenever I start a project I end up having to look stuff up that I've looked up a million times before. The setup ends up taking so much time and brain power that I end up spending half a day on it. So I figured I'd write it up so I don't have to google my face off to get up and running.