* RANDOM WALKS AND ELECTRIC NETWORKS Peter G. Doyle (Dartmouth), J. Laurie Snell (Dartmouth) http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0001057
The video of his talk will be posted next month to their Vimeo channel ; worth watching when it comes out.
a) use a random order for starting (and restarting) http://bl.ocks.org/jix/30e55ae16b99efe94bfc/ab5a84881174512a... and
b) start from the center and always restart with the innermost free cell http://bl.ocks.org/jix/30e55ae16b99efe94bfc/aeaced224b45a413...
By "frustratingly slow", what are we talking about? It's been running for over an hour with no progress and my computer at work automatically reboots over the weekend. How long do I need to keep this tab open?
1) Go to the Gist that this bl.ock refers to: https://gist.github.com/mbostock/11357811
2) Fork that Gist and make your changes.
3) Go to bl.ocks.org/niels_olson/11357811 to see the finished product.
bl.ocks just displays whatever Gists you have up on GitHub, so you don't have to make an account or anything.