Monday, December 12, 2016
Great news! Last week we had a terrible accident with one of our hard drives that resulted in us not being able to access our data sets. Luckily a classmate we reached out to knew how to repair the drive and we were back to normal in a few days. After recovering the drive we made another back up with an external hard drive, just in case we have an issue in the future.
I've created a readme doc detailing the commands, steps, and resources for my research partner to follow while we're on break. During the break I also plan on creating a classifier for the curved and triangular tragus.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
Today Morgan and I spoke with Dr. Washington, about how much progress we have made to date. We also discussed the milestones we wanted to tackle over the winter break. The game-plan is for Morgan to deliver the lobule classifier by December 18th. The types of classifications for lobules are attached and unattached. Currently we have classifiers for the Helix portion of the ear. Also we recently had issues with the external hard drive that was used to store our collection of ear samples. We are currently trying to recover the data sets.