The British APL Association arranged this series of webinars in place of the regular monthly live meetings in response to the restrictions imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Each Webinar lasts around an hour. The format is flexible but so far a single presentation followed by a Q&A session seems to work. The webinars are recorded and subsequently published on YouTube. At the end there may be an open discussion on any topic anyone would like to raise.
Joining the Webinar
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|Molecular Dynamics-in-APL by Richard Park, Dyalog
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|Introducing qWC Alpha 0.4 by MJH Software Services
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|Meet the new APL Wiki by Adám Brudzewsky – Dyalog
Adám introduces the new APL Wiki with a guided tour some of the pages and features.
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|Acre source-code manager an update, by Phil Last
|British APL Association AGM
|CoSy : The Shortest Path from the Chip to the Math
by Bob Armstrong
|aplcart.info turns 1
Adám Brudzewsky demonstrates the various features of APLcart, the largest-ever collection of short APL phrases.
|BAA websites: New features
John Jacob introduces some of the new features added to both BAA and Vector websites
An APL Recreation
Ellis Morgan with a brief look at a triangular Sudoku puzzle and some thoughts on how he uses APL
|Using SVG from Dyalog APL for animated visualisation
Ray Cannon shows some of the techniques he has employed to produce an animated visualisation of the ant brain. Ray’s implemtation can be seen in action here.
See the rules and specification for the ICFP Programming Contest for background information on Ants.
|The Seats in the House of Representatives
Ray Polivka explores the algorithm used to apportion seats to states in the American House of Representatives based on ten year census data.