OzLotto Statistics

A long time ago I created a site for fun – betterlotterynumbers.com I’ve now migrated the code to my site: http://terencelegrange.com/lottery/ Here you can search for the following charts. Clicking on the link will take you to a pre-generated image. The sum of numbers – how often do all the numbers drawn add up to say, 150? Sum of numbers by zones – if you add up all the numbers in each draw, you’ll find the highest occuring totals will

Read more

Fantasy Soccer on Github and Fixed up

I had a few hours this evening after work to fix up an old app I created in 2006. That makes it 9 years old! It’s a fantasy soccer game modeled off the world cup. Players select a team of 11 for each round, and points are awarded based on the configured rules. Points can be awarded for any configurable event, such as a goal, redcard (negatives!), hatricks, clean sheets etc. It also has a predictions section – predict for

Read more

PollMe app

I built a little poll app that allows you to setup a new poll that users can vote on. This can be useful for example during a presentation to a large audience where you want to get instant feedback. Features: Public or private polls Realtime updating of data as people vote Mobile friendly – and only mobile friendly (works in desktop browsers too) 2D barcode for easy poll loading – no complex URL’s to type in Add as many options

Read more

PHP & mySQL AIML Chat Bot – Artificial Intelligence Markup Language

Download the code here:cyberbot A long time ago I created this little bit of intelligence, which at the time was pretty good. It’s based on AIML From wikipedia: The XML dialect called AIML was developed by Richard Wallace and a worldwide free software community between 1995 and 2002. AIML formed the basis for what was initially a highly extended Eliza called “A.L.I.C.E.” (“Artificial Linguistic Internet Computer Entity”), which won the annual Loebner Prize Competition in Artificial Intelligence[3] three times, and

Read more

Trivia Night Software

I’m working on a new trivia app which is a little different to those out there. It has the following basic features: It is all mobile friendly – while it works in your standard desktop browser, it will look and feel like a mobile app. It works well on iPhones, iPads and Android devices since the underlying technology is jQuery. It’s web based – no there’s no app yet in the App Store or Google play, however that might change.

Read more

A little intelligence

Some years ago I worked on a little project based on AIML – the artificial intelligence modelling language. Primitive at best, it was an interesting piece of work that allows you to have a simple conversation with a computer. If anyone would like a copy of the code, do let me know. I programmed the little guy up based on AIML and a few bits of pieces from the web. A little conversation goes like this:   You asked: hello

Read more

Runningsheet -a brief hobby

A year ago I spend 6 months building an online running sheet – ideal for coordinating events with features like: 1. How ahead or behind in the event are we 2. What is the next task 3. What’s currently in progress 4. Emailing the next person or everyone to alert them to kick start their event 5. Ensuring tasks have dependencies and can’t be complete before the previous completes If anyone’s ever interested in resurrecting it do drop me a

Read more

Real-time content translation framework for interactive public display systems

Abstract Traditional public display systems have yet to reach their full potential when providing content to a variety of users from a diverse backgrounds, most notably, those able to understand a language other than that of the public display system in front of them. In this paper we propose a framework for content translation on public display systems. This system allows users to request for an application using their mobile device, and subsequently be loaded on to a display with

Read more