Made a statistics visual awhile back using roughjs, seems like the perfect setting with which to add roughnotation :)
And yet, I still don't get it. Like, at all. I feel like I'd make a very bad data scientist ;)
For several permutations of different groups (each group is a new random slection of alpacas so a mix of blue and red alpacas) take the same measurement (average of group a - average of group b)
Count the number of times that the difference was as good or better as your original measurement and you will find out the odds that being in your treatment group made a difference. (If random groupings show similar measurements then it means it's more likely that your specific treatment/control group did nothing).
1. Roughjs - rough primitives
2. roughViz - rough data visualization https://github.com/jwilber/roughViz
3. Wired-elements - rough wireframes
The best one I ever used was a web app built a decade ago by an iirc ~12 year Korean American kid. It seems to have disappeared off the web but it was just amazing for usability. Anyone remember it / the name of it?
I made it about 10 years ago when I was 12. If it was me, I'm actually Chinese-American. If not, I'd love to meet whoever the /other/ 12 year old writing animation software was.
You probably haven’t heard of it because it’s a bit under the radar and not really being promoted to the outside yet.
So tl;dr: It's a tech that's a couple of decades too late, with an egregious pricing method, and throwing in the word "intelligence" for who knows why.
If someone want's to do this, hey, I don't want to stop them. Go for it. But looking at that, and going "Woah this site is something else." and asking about the tokens? You can probably see how I can think you might have something to do with that page?
Unless. "Woah this site is something else." as in... this looks like a parody of something, or otherwise a joke, then yeah. It totally does look like something else.
So, anyways. You did ask. I know it makes me seem like an ass for putting it into words.
Can I ask what use case you had in mind when creating this?
I was thinking anything that you'd do such annotations on physical paper.
Killer features also as GitHub Action/App
Generate a shareable/anotable link on every branch/pr
Make annotations back to GitHub issues, so they can be tracked/resolved there, and added back to the annotation UI as such.
And I could keep going...
To draw these irregular lines / shapes with normal CSS it's really hard, maybe if you inline some SVG.
Starting at 7:01 in this video, Christopher discusses how some of the hand-drawn effects work in Rough.js (and Excalidraw, which uses Rough.js).
Would love to have something like a mix between the Notes app and Etherpad, so that I can take notes using the Apple Pencil, then "replay" the writing process, and hopefully be able to post it online as well.
Opportunity to use the empty space for markup.
Does anyone know if there's a similar library that can do rough notations like this within Sketch?