Some of the best ideas are those that happen right outside of your comfort zone. Unfortunately, they can also lie outside of your current means as well. Not to worry though, because with a little luck and a lot of perseverance, we can eventually erode away at the mountainous tasks that lie ahead. Like a running stream we can… well, perhaps that’s quite enough nature metaphors, but I think you get the picture.
I’m personally extremely excited to reveal this next set of blog posts because it ties together so many different concepts. This means that it will be broken out into several different parts. However, the complexity also comes at a cost. I thought I would be done by now – the struggle is real!
While I continue to do my research, I’ve added a quick snippet of what’s to be expected:
Alright, so it’s not that exciting. Yet. Remember what I said about current means? 3D rendering takes quite a long time, and my current computer can’t handle it that well which means I’ll be upgrading (or borrowing) resources. I’d like to point out the silver lining within this video though – this is actual data for elevation and location. Stata wrote this. Stata also wrote these mountains below.
With some help from an excellent source, Stata is able to bring in Fitbit data with ease.
Finally, here’s a panorama picture from inside my pocket. It plays a big role in the posts to come...
Will Matsuoka is the creator of W=M/Stata - he likes creativity and simplicity, taking pictures of food, competition, and anything that can be analyzed.