## Class size paradox

Explanation of class size paradox using Amrita University placement data. Contains reusable R code for web scraping.

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# Blog

## Class size paradox

## Univariate Analysis on in-time

## Donut chart using pure CSS and HTML

## Exporting dimensions to Excel from NX

## Getting the dimensions of the selected Part

## Selecting a part in NX Journaling

## Extracting data from mechanical models

## Lets start learning ReactJs

## The boy girl paradox

## Yay, first paper publication.

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Explanation of class size paradox using Amrita University placement data. Contains reusable R code for web scraping.

Tutorial on Univariate analysis which is the first part of EDA. Explained using in-time problem with reusable R code.

Last week time spent ■ Cleaning data ■ Formulating hypothesis ■ EDA ■ Actual analytics One of the ways of plotting numerical proportions in statistics is by using the donut chart. In the above example, the time I spent working on a problem in the last week is shown. Although I recommend using D3, PlotlyContinue reading Donut chart using pure CSS and HTML

This blog is the third part of a 3 part series on NX journalling The aim of this blog post is to open an excel window from NX and exporting properties from workPart.Dimensions to excel. Continuing from the previous post, we could write the following program The following code can also be found at https://github.com/HarshaAsh/NXBasics Option Strict OffContinue reading Exporting dimensions to Excel from NX

This blog is the second part of a 3 part series on NX journalling The aim of this blog post is to display dimensions of a part Part dimensions will be stored in workPart.Dimensions and can be displayed on a listing window. Continuing from the previous post, we could write the following program Imports System ImportsContinue reading Getting the dimensions of the selected Part

This blog post is the first part of 3 part series on NX Journaling The aim of this blog post is to select a part. Before writing codes for journals, it’s easier to create a journal and then look at its code. In NX 10.0, start recording a journal from tools -> journal DoContinue reading Selecting a part in NX Journaling

Recently I came across problems trying to automate simple engineering routines, and the first step in a large number of these problems is extracting data from already existing models for further analysis. The list of posts below is about a problem where data from CAD/CAM models should be extracted to excel for further processing. IContinue reading Extracting data from mechanical models

Hey all, interested in learning ReactJs? Lets start learning it together then. PS: This is not a tutorial, for relevant tutorials please visit https://www.tutorialspoint.com/reactjs/reactjs_overview.htm https://reactjs.org/tutorial/tutorial.html I took the boiler plate from https://github.com/facebook/create-react-app and run the following commands npx create-react-app my-app cd my-app npm start

Imagine that a family has two children, one of whom we know to be a boy. What then is the probability that the other child is a boy? The obvious answer is to say that the probability is 1/2—after all, the other child can only be either a boy or a girl, and the chances of a baby beingContinue reading The boy girl paradox

My paper on Parametric Study of Cantilever Plates Exposed to Supersonic and Hypersonic Flows is finally published by IoP science. I thank my HOD, Nagaraja sir, my mentor Akhil Sir and my peers for making this possible. I hope this paper helps in adding a small drop in the vast ocean of knowledge. For more details, follow here.