[GRASS-dev] Introduction and GSoC
wolf+grass at bergenheim.net
Fri Mar 23 15:41:24 EDT 2012
It might help us in trying to classify you if you could tell a bit about
your programming experience. What languages are you comfortable with? I see
that you are interested in data mining, which is unfortunately something I
know very little about... Did you see any ideas which interested you? You
can of course also come up with your own project. Is there for instance
some data mining module missing from GRASS? That could be interesting,
especially if you prepare a good solid proposal for it.
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 20:14, Eric Momsen <eric.momsen at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm relatively new to the GRASS world, and thought I would send a
> quick introduction. After spending some time in the "real" world as
> an engineer, I have returned to university life and have a first goal
> of a master's degree in computer science. My research currently
> involves data mining in an agricultural setting, and the tools include
> GRASS and R.
> I'm trying to decide if I've come up the learning curve far enough to
> contribute new code for GRASS as part of the Google Summer of Code. I
> must decide soon, the deadline for student applications is approaching
> fast :)
> I've seen the list of project ideas on the wiki, there is a lot there!
> Would anyone want to suggest a few that could be a good place for a
> new arrival to start, and/or would tie in well to data mining? I'm
> happy to discuss on the list, or you can contact me at eric dot momsen
> at gmail.
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