SWI-Prolog Class

I have a break in my life, and everyone is stuck at home with perhaps a bit more time. Seems like a perfect time to repeat the SWI-Prolog class we did fall a year ago.

Last time this was an 8 week course covering from absolute beginner to the various libraries and most subjects needed to get started seriously programming prolog.

Sign up form at https://forms.gle/62LidtmiBufXwbig8


Just a suggestion feel free to disregard.

I have noticed an uptick in people new to programming trying their hand at analyzing the raw data counts for COVID-19 and creating graphs, predictions and maps.

The raw data counts can be found at 2019 Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Data Repository by Johns Hopkins CSSE. :slightly_smiling_face:


While the COVID-19 counts are useful, when you add current population counts and other criteria for doing calculations you can learn more. e.g. United States County Population by Characteristics: 2010-2018

Also since the data from Johns Hopkins is combining data from many sources if you want more accurate and/or up to date information you have to find such sources. In New Jersey the most up to date and accurate information can be found at NJ COVID-19 Dashboard

What would be interesting to see the class do would be a federated search.

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