First I wrote “3D TimeData” in Visual Basic – on an IBM ThinkPad.
Then I wrote some 20 Word documents for a young geek in Potsdam which resulted in “Visual Data Intelligence” (VDI).
I used VDI to
- test mathematical functions and their ‘new looks’ through varying software parameters – thus confirming the correctness of my new spaces and transformations;
- produce a lot of forecasts – with a server installation that Simon Hull built for me, with Jeremy Renwick of Kubernetes testing it, with above average results.
Then I realised that images are matrices and a friend sent me Python code to translate any image into input for VDI. Hence I could
- create ‘re-visualisations’ of images – with the aid of long-term programmers in Berlin who helped in the setup of this gallery.
Since then I have been working on fine tuning documents to specify coding:
- Visio diagrams for automated trading
- How to Beat the Bookies – for a ‘betting king’ in baseball data.
Word, Excel and PowerPoint for an Ethical Investment Network.