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Continuing with Poco

During the second week, I worked on my assigned project and also received kind guidance from Dr Shawn whenever I’m stuck. My project involves processing final scores of participants in a competition. This calls for pulling data from a CouchDB database after all the marks by judges are dialed in, Read more…

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First Steps

At the start of the internship, I studied Git more in-depth. I appreciate that it will be a valuable tool later on for my projects, such as providing a means of version control. I was given clear briefing about my projects early on by Dr Shawn. My project involves a Read more…

Finalizing visualizations and C++ backend

This week, I continued working on the visualizations for displaying the results of analyses using the plotly.js library. Previously, I have already implemented bar charts for illustrating the percentile scores of each performance record. The bar chart looks fine but I was not very satisfied with it because I feel Read more…

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Getting started with analytics

Last week, I was working on the database section of CAS. It is surely not perfect yet, in terms of class design, but sufficient for me to move on to my next tasks. I spent about one and a half day implementing the classes (CASTSVImporter, AdminImportTSVResource) that will handle the Read more…

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Productive Week!

Time flies, I am half way through my 12 weeks internship. I started my week by looking back at my first task which is the email template. After showing Dr Shawn what I have done last week, he told me that I have to modify the code so that there Read more…

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Project Commencement!

This week, I started working on the Competition Analysis System (CAS). Before actually building CAS, though, I needed to add a new functionality to the existing Competition Management System (CMS) to allow the admin to export useful data from the database in the form of tsv.The exported data will then Read more…