Category Archives: Spotify

First Line Graph Using D3

Next step is to show lines for multiple artists. Then, allow user to select which artists. And then, allow user to drag & drop artists for adding. After that, user can remove artists. Perhaps more important to the original goal … Continue reading

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I Can Feel the Power

Geeky Iron Maiden data is at the bottom. Learning so much in the Mobile Web Specialist nanodegree. My Dev Tools skills have exploded. For example, I’ve struggled for hours (all together over the course of many days) to figure out … Continue reading

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Just Some More Screenshots

Last post like this, I promise. Not that anyone reads this. I’m just quite pleased with myself. Some more album graphs featuring album art — yay for me. Cirith Ungol Billy Idol Generation X Note that this group that had … Continue reading

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“More Popular Than Jesus” Part Deux

My “all artists” ranker thingy now has album art. When I saw it for the first time, I noticed something. Previously, all the “christian” artists were lumped together at the bottom … of the very bottom 28, only one artist … Continue reading

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Major Milestone Monday

After lots of hard work, I have D3 not only working with my database but have album art to go with the albums. It took me a while — even after I got the album covers to appear — to … Continue reading

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Seeds of an Algorithm

I’ve been wondering how I would ever come up with an algorithm for “combining” the different scores of the same song on different albums. I think an idea was just born out of the blue while sitting here watching West … Continue reading

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Why does it work? What happened?

All of a sudden! (That’s a Tourniquet reference) One week ago, my cron jobs started working. I’m very happy and very confused. I pulled what I’ll loosely call “reports” on various random artists to compare what time batches of data … Continue reading

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