Ultrasonic ranging with Rust on Raspberry Pi Pico

This article describes how to connect the ultrasonic ranging module HC-SR04 to a Raspberry Pi Pico and control them with the Rust language to measure distances to objects.

Collection of embedded Rust implementation examples – Electronics with Raspberry Pi Pico

This article is a collection of tips for embedding the Rust language into a Raspberry Pi Pico .You can find the corresponding code notation by what you want to achieve with each electronic part. We will add to it from time to time, so it might be a good idea if you come back to look at it often.

How to switch Rust versions

Find out which version of Rust is currently in use and how to install and use different versions of Rust. This article will help you to match Rust versions with your teammates or authors of technical books, and to switch between Rust versions so that your tools work properly.
Machine Learning and AI


Machine Learning and AI

Caluculating 95% confidence interval of ROC-AUC.

Calculating the 95% confidence interval for the AUC of the ROC curve allows one to infer the range of values that the AUC would take from the results of data obtained 'by chance'. Confidence intervals are therefore always presented in scientific papers. This article describes how to find the 95% confidence interval of the ROC-AUC and shows how the calculation can be implemented by the Python language.

What is an error ellipse? How to calculate and plot using Python.

The error ellipse (probability ellipse) is an ellipse illustrating the variance of a two-dimensional normal distribution. From the variance-covariance matrix of the normal distribution, the formula for the ellipse can be calculated to cover any range. This article explains how to calculate the ellipse using Python drawing in Matplotlib as an example.

The lightning introduction for Embedded Rust with Raspberry Pi Pico

This article explains how to run LED blinking using a handy template to get you started with embedded development in Rust at blazing speed. By reading this article, you will be able to run the Raspberry Pi Pico in 10 minutes and be able to do the electronics development you want with the help of references.