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");


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

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



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:



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

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: