Development server logs during development

In a prior post trumpeting my modest success with getting geojson tiles to work, I typed in my server address, but didn’t make it a link. That way robots wouldn’t automatically follow the link and my development server wouldn’t get indexed by Google indirectly. What is interesting to me is that I still get the […]

California Traffic Management Labs

We are searching for a new name for our physical and intellectual resources here at UCI. We have a real-world laboratory in that we have streets and highways that are instrumented. We used to call ourselves “ATMS Testbed”, and we still call ourselves Testbed, but we’re trying to push the notion that we aren’t ATMS. […]

R. Struggle with it and it becomes clear.

Been using R almost exclusively for the past few weeks. I’ve always liked R, but I find that the syntax and style maddeningly slow to ingest. Perhaps everybody is like this, but I’ve found that some programming language idioms I take to pretty readily (JavaScript and Perl), some I hate (Java before generics and Spring […]

Musing about traffic forecasts

I wonder if there is any point to making traffic forecasts. Everybody likes weather forecasts and economic forecasts, and even global warming forecasts and peak oil forecasts. But I don’t see any traffic forecasts being made, and I’ve been thinking about why. First off, I can’t see any direct benefit of making traffic forecasts. In […]

Tedious but necessary

I’ve found that I prefer making things to maintaining things. My wife will testify that tidying up is not my forte, but that I don’t mind the most laborious cooking task.