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A quick animation to illustrate the difference between doing things in series and parallel.  This could be an electrical circuit, or a computer program.  In a series electrical current, where the wire goes through each component in turn, the resistances add up. What adds up like this in a parallel set up? [code] [more]

A quick animation to illustrate the difference between doing things in series and parallel.  This could be an electrical circuit, or a computer program.  In a series electrical current, where the wire goes through each component in turn, the resistances add up. What adds up like this in a parallel set up? [code] [more]

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    This makes it a LOT easier and simpler to understand. ;)
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    Have no idea what this means, just passing it along to my programming buddies….:D
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I post original stuff about maths, space, computational linguistics and other things that I like. This blog is meant to be accessible and interesting to people of all backgrounds. My undergrad was maths in Cambridge, and I'm now starting research in Speech and Language technology. Email me at If you're new, check out this overview of my posts. All code posted is in Mathematica.

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