Archive for September, 2010

September 15, 2010 3

City Lights and Council Crest

By in Cycling

31.1 Miles, that’s the distance from the Hollywood District Up and down Taber Mountain, through Johnson creek, around the water front, the summit of Council Crest, through Downtown West Side, and back.

“We’ll do Taber first to get us in the mood,” John said as we headed out. What ‘in the mood’ meant I wasn’t exactly sure but I would find out soon enough.
Basically, if a steep incline were to be found in Portland we found it. Portland is no doubt one of the top cities for her beauty. You could see the entire city, both rivers, and out to the mountains as the sun set behind us. Then, downtown West side, as usual, was lit up, clean, and bright.

We started around 4:00 p.m. and returned at 8:30. Here’s a rough map outlining our route:

September 15, 2010 0

Securities Price Fluctuations

By in Artificial Nerual Networks

The red line in the graph (click on the image below for a better view) is what the ANN predicted the price fluctuations for the MSFT security. The green line is how the stock actually moved.

My system:

  • Downloads the necessary tick data
  • Parses the user-specified technical indicators as arguments
  • Computes each indicator’s value
  • Imports all the data to a database
  • Parses the appropriate data
  • Scales the data
  • Analyses the data through an Artificial Neural Network
  • Creates Predictions

Here is a sampling of the results: