Getting Started With Python – Using Loops

There are many instances when we will have to do something over and over again when we are writing code.  For example, if you’re reading information from a file, then you’ll need to use a loop to read through each line of the file.  There...
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Getting Started With Python – Editors and Variables

Python is such a useful language.  Many people debate on the performance of python over many different reasons, but it still has applications for web/embedded systems/data science.  Here is a basic intro to python which covers variables, loops, and If statements. Python Editors You’ll want...
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What are RDF and SPARQL Used For?

RDF and SPARQL are two computer languages which involve XML.  Both were created by the W3C.  The idea behind RDF is that it allows for the creation of a rdf Triplestore, which is a database that is built on RDF.  More specifically, the benefit of...
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Understanding the Solubility Rules

The solubility rules are a little bit confusing.  Essentially, they let you know what will be left behind following a chemical reaction, especially when there is ionic bonding happening.  Here is a brief explanation behind the basic solubility rules. The solubility rules are derived from...
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Activation Energy – Basic Physics/Chemistry Concept

Activation energy is one of the big concepts which has applications in biology, chemistry, and physics.  Essentially, it is the minimum amount of energy which is required for the reaction to occur.  Energy is measured in temperature changes, so the graph which describes activation energy...
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Brain Basics: Basic Overview of The Human Brain

The human brain has the advantage of being protected by a thick skull which insulates it from being hit.  There is also a blood barrier which protects the brain from any influence by pathogens or other materials.  The brain is divided into lobes, with each...
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