Generative Art

Generative Art is a website and tool that allows users to generate art out of text. Each image that is produced is unique and irreproducible. To begin, users enter sentences or words on the text box on the right. As users type new letters, new shapes are drawn on the canvas. When the user is […]

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Sloth Fortune Teller

Objective: Use Tracery to invent my own grammer and generate text Inspired by a previous website I made called Sloth Horoscopes, I decided to create sloth fortune teller! All images are sourced from PixelBay, PngTree, and Unsplash. The globe and the sloth images were edited on Adobe Photoshop to create the aesthetic I was going […]

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Dr. Seuss + Markov Chains

Objective: Generate new stories and poems based on a Markov chain trained with Dr. Seuss Using Daniel Shiffman’s example code on Markov chains by words, I used Dr. Seuss’ book Oh, the Places You’ll Go! as my input. Dr. Seuss is one of my favorite childhood authors so I was curious to explore what new […]

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2020 Presidential Debate Analysis

Objective: Visualize a word count of each participant in the presidential debate on September 30, 2020. With the United States presidential election coming up, I wanted to explore and analyze the transcript of the debate this past week. First, I downloaded a transcript from as a .txt file. Then, I created 3 dictionaries in […]

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Regex Expressions

“Some people, when confronted with a problem, think ‘I know, I’ll use regular expressions.’ Now they have two problems.” Jamie Zawinski My first impression of regex expressions is that they are ugly to look at. I have encountered regex before, but I always been too intimidated to make sense of them. In order to start […]

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