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Message 24688 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 16:47:47 UTC - in response to Message 24687.  

See my APOTD thread in Science for a nice example. Create a thread, in the first post make a link to the php url. Sticky the thread. Then all you need to do is update the php page. Since you'll most likely be adding new (and removing old?) images with different filenames they should be properly displayed in the browser.
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Message 24701 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 18:39:04 UTC - in response to Message 24687.  

Just an update here, I found a little php script to display the plots of how our searches are performing, so to take a look and see how things are running you can go to:

http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/download/plots/plots.php

Does anyone know how I could get that php inside a forum post so the one at top would always be up to date?

BBCODE won't allow you to do that if I'm understanding you correctly. You'd have to show each individual image.



To keep it updated you'd have to manually replace the image, with the exact same name, on your end. Even then some browsers may not automatically refresh the image.


Yeah I was trying to find some way to automatically put the images in a post, as opposed to just linking the php page (as in the first post in this thread).
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Message 24706 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 19:19:24 UTC - in response to Message 24701.  

Just an update here, I found a little php script to display the plots of how our searches are performing, so to take a look and see how things are running you can go to:

http://milkyway.cs.rpi.edu/milkyway/download/plots/plots.php

Does anyone know how I could get that php inside a forum post so the one at top would always be up to date?

BBCODE won't allow you to do that if I'm understanding you correctly. You'd have to show each individual image.



To keep it updated you'd have to manually replace the image, with the exact same name, on your end. Even then some browsers may not automatically refresh the image.


Yeah I was trying to find some way to automatically put the images in a post, as opposed to just linking the php page (as in the first post in this thread).

Well you do have an unlimited post edit time. So every time there is a new image you could edit your post with the new filename.
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Message 24713 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 19:38:19 UTC - in response to Message 24706.  

Well you do have an unlimited post edit time. So every time there is a new image you could edit your post with the new filename.


The lazy computer scientist in my hates that solution :D
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Message 24717 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 19:55:56 UTC - in response to Message 24713.  

Well you do have an unlimited post edit time. So every time there is a new image you could edit your post with the new filename.

The lazy computer scientist in my hates that solution :D

Plan B. Find an unused monitor. Display the image on that monitor. Point a webcam at the monitor. Post a link to the webcam. If an image gets burned in get another monitor and repeat the steps.
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Message 24741 - Posted: 9 Jun 2009, 22:24:26 UTC

Is it just me, or are those fitness values a lot better than before? :O New coordinate system helping?
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Message 24833 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 18:47:39 UTC - in response to Message 24741.  

I'm unstickying this because it's now on the main webpage and being automatically updated :)
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Message 24834 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 18:48:24 UTC - in response to Message 24741.  

Is it just me, or are those fitness values a lot better than before? :O New coordinate system helping?


Each stripe will have a different best fitness. I think the reason the new ones are a bit lower is because of the coordinate system, but who knows? :)
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Message 24835 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 19:01:56 UTC

This probably the wrong place to ask this but it seems appropriate since it talks of the visualization.
Is there a site or URL that shows the progress of the 3D dimensionnal map created by MW?
Since we are all crunching for it, there should be some kind of progress as to the 3D model of the milkyway?
Excuse my ignorance in this matter but I am far from being a scientist.
Would this 3D model look like the 3D model of Google Space?
Or this is only a 3D model of mathematical proportions and none of actual images?
Does this 3D model encompass only points to show the stars?
Is it avaivable to the public?
Does it exist?

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Message 24840 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 19:55:03 UTC - in response to Message 24834.  

Each stripe will have a different best fitness. I think the reason the new ones are a bit lower is because of the coordinate system, but who knows? :)

Are you intending to rerun the search of the previous stripe for the sake of comparison? (and uh, potentially improved results)
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Message 24850 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 20:34:05 UTC - in response to Message 24835.  

This probably the wrong place to ask this but it seems appropriate since it talks of the visualization.
Is there a site or URL that shows the progress of the 3D dimensionnal map created by MW?
Since we are all crunching for it, there should be some kind of progress as to the 3D model of the milkyway?
Excuse my ignorance in this matter but I am far from being a scientist.
Would this 3D model look like the 3D model of Google Space?
Or this is only a 3D model of mathematical proportions and none of actual images?
Does this 3D model encompass only points to show the stars?
Is it avaivable to the public?
Does it exist?

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I think the astronomers are working on getting some interesting figures for you guys showing what you've already crunched.
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Message 24852 - Posted: 10 Jun 2009, 20:34:57 UTC - in response to Message 24840.  

Each stripe will have a different best fitness. I think the reason the new ones are a bit lower is because of the coordinate system, but who knows? :)

Are you intending to rerun the search of the previous stripe for the sake of comparison? (and uh, potentially improved results)


I dont think the new coordinate system applies to the older streams.
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Message 24900 - Posted: 11 Jun 2009, 0:22:01 UTC

I think the graphs would fit better under the Boinc logo at the bottom. They widen the page a bit.
Doesn't expecting the unexpected make the unexpected the expected?
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Message 36217 - Posted: 2 Feb 2010, 8:12:25 UTC

The fitness gets better, especially the de_s222_opt_1_v01 evolution. I wonder about the maps astronomers work on. Is there an estimated release date?
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Message 38746 - Posted: 15 Apr 2010, 1:11:22 UTC

Hi my name is Rob and I'm new to the MilkyWay@Home project, but I thought I would give my 2 cents anyways.

I am a computer science student currently enrolled at Ramapo College and will be graduating in December. Looking for a graduate program, I found RPI, and soon after MilkyWay@Home.

I've been reading the posts from earlier and I found a lot of people would like something graphical and my suggestion follows that line of thought.

My idea would be a Milkyway Earth (think Google Earth but in space) that would give us at least an idea (may not be accurate) of what our computers are actually helping Heidi Newberg and other professors compute.


Congrats on your great work and maybe one day soon I could help with your project.

Thanks for listening.
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Message 38748 - Posted: 15 Apr 2010, 4:02:23 UTC - in response to Message 38746.  

Hi my name is Rob and I'm new to the MilkyWay@Home project, but I thought I would give my 2 cents anyways.

I am a computer science student currently enrolled at Ramapo College and will be graduating in December. Looking for a graduate program, I found RPI, and soon after MilkyWay@Home.

I've been reading the posts from earlier and I found a lot of people would like something graphical and my suggestion follows that line of thought.

My idea would be a Milkyway Earth (think Google Earth but in space) that would give us at least an idea (may not be accurate) of what our computers are actually helping Heidi Newberg and other professors compute.


Congrats on your great work and maybe one day soon I could help with your project.

Thanks for listening.
-- Rob


Hi Rob,

If you're accepted to RPI let us know :) What graduate department did you apply to?

One of our undergrads is currently working on some data visualization, I hope it goes somewhere :)
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