Visualization of S5R2 / S5R3 difference

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RE: For jdbc:oracle:thin:

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For
jdbc:oracle:thin:@//database11g:1521/orcl#SELECT ...

I have a message "Error making connection jdbc:oracle:thin:@//database11g:1521/orcl - no known JDBC drivers". (database11g - is a real host name, connection through sqplus is work well).

For
oracle.dbjava.jdbc:@//database11g:1521/orcl#SELECT ...

Ihave a message "Not extant file or valid URL: oracle.dbjava.jdbc:@//database11g:1521/orcl".

Funny "buttle with my current java understanding". ;-)

Thank you for explanation!
Happy New Year! Happy crunching!

Hmm..there might be a typo in the Topcat documentation, I'd try

jdbc:oracle:thin:@//database11g:1521:orcl

instead. Otherwise it looks ok. Topcat is supposed to ask for user / password once it has made the connection.

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Group results from 720Hz band

Group results from 720Hz band (that my computer crunch now) into "cells" by 0.01 Hz and 0.01 step by F_Stats(? - column #5) with calculation of a count of results in each "cell". ( ... GROUP BY ROUND(FREQUENCY, 2), ROUND(F_STATS, 2) - easy than usual language! :D).

And draw a 3d-plot:

Spherical plot for points from frequency between 720.810 Hz and 720.840 Hz:

Subsets like 'F_Stats < 8|7.5|6' do not interesting. Usual smooth spherical segments...

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Hmm..there might be a typo in the Topcat documentation, I'd try

jdbc:oracle:thin:@//database11g:1521:orcl

instead. Otherwise it looks ok. Topcat is supposed to ask for user / password once it has made the connection.

But my TOPCAT don't know that this must work. ;-) - "No known JDBC drivers".

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RE: But my TOPCAT don't

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But my TOPCAT don't know that this must work. ;-) - "No known JDBC drivers".

Strange, I'll test it next week on a system where I can connect to an Oracle instance.

Meanwhile ... this was completed by my slowest PC crunching for EAH, a Dual PIII-866 :-). It's the first maximum I saw that a) doesn't appear at the same sky coordinates like all the others (one of two poles) and b) is not one of the harmonics of frequencies mentioned in the S3 result report as being noisy. So it could be one of the injected signals. Anyway it's nice that there are enough "pretty" results around to make "visual inspection" of results interesting.


Those are my results for 645.5Hz +/- 0.2 Hz

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Just for the beauty of it, I

Just for the beauty of it, I prepared an all-sky image for f ~ 645.58 Hz . It's probably just some extra noise, but reasonably similar to what a simulated pulsar would look like (as published in the results of the S4 run, see science section).

Kind of nice and I might make a coffee mug design out of this :-)

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RE: Just for the beauty of

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Just for the beauty of it...
Kind of nice and I might make a coffee mug design out of this :-)


Hell, I'd drink out of that .... that's gone straight to the screen/desktop background! :-)

Thanks!

Cheers, Mike.

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All-sky result for a

All-sky result for a frequency band near 645.58 Hz. When going up in the frequency band (color axis in the plot), the candidates form concentric crescents.

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RE: All-sky result for a

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All-sky result for a frequency band near 645.58 Hz. When going up in the frequency band (color axis in the plot), the candidates form concentric crescents.


Quite reminiscent of detector/calorimeter plots from the high energy particle people! In a way it is an energy plot .... call it the 'Mohawk Pattern', like one of the road warriors from the Mad Max movies or the frizzy bit on top of a roman centurion's helmet.... :-)

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RE: like one of the road

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like one of the road warriors from the Mad Max movies or the frizzy bit on top of a roman centurion's helmet.... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

:-) I knew it reminded me of something.... :-)

Needless to say, it's tempting to increase the frequency even higher to see if the patches contract to a single spot. My notebook has done that over night and indeed, for frequencies ... 645.612 Hz, the frizzy bits get narrower.

Note that these are not E@H workunits but my experiments playing around with the command line of E@H app, so I might do something wrong, but anyway it's fair enough for a coffee mug design I guess.

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RE: RE: like one of the

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like one of the road warriors from the Mad Max movies or the frizzy bit on top of a roman centurion's helmet.... :-)
Cheers, Mike.

:-) I knew it reminded me of something.... :-)

LOL. I was going to say it looks like a rainbow. I hereby turn in my geek badge.

Kathryn :o)

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RE: LOL. I was going to

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LOL. I was going to say it looks like a rainbow.

Now that you mention it .... yes, kind of :-).

I guess software engineers like me should get more in contact with nature from time to time :-).

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