Fixing Error of Metronic Theme PagedList component


Metronic Theme have PagedList component which provide users prepare paged list quickly. However, it have a issue: When user clicks the number of active page link number page thwors error. Because link of active page misdefined. To fix this I’ve prepared a jquery patch.


$(document).ready(function () {

    //fixing pagedlist bug-patch s.atan

    $(".pagination > .active > a").mouseover(function () {

        var href = $(this).attr("href");

        console.log(href);

        $(this).attr('href', 'javascript:');

        $(this).attr('style', 'color:green; font-weight:bold');

    });

});
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Batch DOC/DOCX to Text Converter


To perform text mining task I mostly require convert MSWord files into text file. I have found a tiny and powerfull application to do that: ZillaWorld.

It can convert hunderds of word files to texts.

Human Friendly ASP.MVC Serie


As a veteran Python programmer, I am used to coding in the clear and lazy way because Python has not red tape and fantastic overwhelming details. Nowadays I have to code with ASP.MVC 5 with Razor, however.  Gradually, I am coding and learning.  First and foremost attribute of I’ve noticed is ASP.MVC requires a lot of red tape. Especially for type conversations makes me angry. Therefore, I decided to post my experiences as a Python Programmer in ASP.MVC on the “human friendly” way. I branded it “Human Friendly ASP.MVC”.  I will share the codes and advices clearly. I am hating the tradition of sharing plethora of code lines. That is makes readers confused. I will use clear-cut style of python. Do not try to execute, dare to learn…

Here is first:

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Enjoy

ASP.MVC Code First; Very Clean Code for Quick Start


Generally, the ASP.MVC tutorials include the plethora of codes which makes reader confused. I would like to share the very clean approach to be able to understand what is continues in behind. After perusing these codes you can read other tutorial more easily

https://gist.github.com/suatatan/a7b7a741213b560d6eea.js

Apply Function in R: Apply same function to for each cell of a matrix


R provides powerful functions. Apply function is one of them. It keeps you from writing boring loops(while and for). For insance:

# create a matrix of 10 rows x 2 columnsm <- matrix(c(1:10, 11:20), nrow = 10, ncol = 2)

# divide all values by apply

apply(m, 1:2, function(x) x/2)

Thanks for nsaunders

Connect to Java Libraries and call native Java functions from R


R provides very interesting and useful properties for its users. Sometimes you couldn’t find the required library in R libraries like me. For “Natural Language Processing” library in Turkish there is no library in R. Yet I have found a Java Library to be able to do my task. Initially, I have confused then if found a connector library in R for calling any class from native Java.

Here is how:

https://gist.github.com/suatatan/f3e457901939a1d1f9ce.js