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Minimum edit distance (Levenshtein distance) algorithm explained with examples in JavaScript github.com

Submitted by trekhleb in programming

natural language translation based on translation memory. You may find detailed explanation of [Levenshtein Distance Algorithm](https://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms/tree/master/src/algorithms/string/levenshtein-distance) in [JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures](https://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms/tree/master/src/algorithms/string/levenshtein-distance) repository

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50 links you may use to promote your next startup for free github.com

Submitted by trekhleb in webdev

created a [list of 50+ platforms you may use to promote your next project](https://github.com/trekhleb/promote-your-next-startup) for free. Of course it is far from perfect and being complete. In my opinion there is only ... pick the right platform for your marketing strategy. I hope you find [promote-your-next-startip](https://github.com/trekhleb/promote-your-next-startup) repository useful. Happy promotion

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Algorithms and Data Structures in JavaScript github.com

Submitted by trekhleb in webdev

Meet new [JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures](https://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms) repository that contains a collection of classic algorithms and data-structures implemented in ES6 JavaScript with explanations and links to further readings and YouTube videos

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Machine Learning in Octave github.com

Submitted by trekhleb in webdev

Hello Readers! Recently I’ve created [Machine Learning in Octave](https://github.com/trekhleb/machine-learning-octave) repository that contains MatLab/Octave examples of popular machine learning algorithms with code examples and mathematics behind them being explained. The purpose

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JS Algorithms Repo is Over 30K Stars Now github.com

Submitted by trekhleb in webdev

over **30k** starts now! Two months ago I couldn’t even believe that [JavaScript Algorithms](http://github.com/trekhleb/javascript-algorithms) repository would become that popular and thus that **useful**! I’m glad that so many developers found

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