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* Please describe your experience with C++, Octave or Matlab m-scripts, OpenGL and Qt.
 
* Please describe your experience with C++, Octave or Matlab m-scripts, OpenGL and Qt.
 
  I've been coding in C++ for the past 4 years. I was introduced to the Standard Template Library last year and have been using that ever since. C++ was also the first language that I learned and I code in it almost every day.  
 
  I've been coding in C++ for the past 4 years. I was introduced to the Standard Template Library last year and have been using that ever since. C++ was also the first language that I learned and I code in it almost every day.  
  Octave was the second language I learned and I've written many programs in it. I love modular programming and create a separate m-script for every function that I use. I've implemented many Machine Learning algorithms in Octave like Neural Networks (for object recognition), K-Means (for optimizing), SVM's(for classification) and more. (https://github.com/akshit0201/Neural-Networks.git)
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  Octave was the second language and I've created thousands of m-scripts. I love modular programming and create a separate m-script for every function that I use. I've implemented many Machine Learning algorithms in Octave like Neural Networks (for object recognition), K-Means (for optimizing), SVM's(for classification) and more.
 
  My experience in OpenGL is limited to my programming lab assignments in which I had to create basic shapes using OpenGL. I've no experience in Qt  
 
  My experience in OpenGL is limited to my programming lab assignments in which I had to create basic shapes using OpenGL. I've no experience in Qt  
 
* Please describe your experience with other programming languages.
 
* Please describe your experience with other programming languages.
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  Yes
 
  Yes
 
** If yes, what task did you choose? Please describe what part of it you especially want to focus on if you can already provide this information. ''Please also wiki-link the page for your elaborated proposal here.''
 
** If yes, what task did you choose? Please describe what part of it you especially want to focus on if you can already provide this information. ''Please also wiki-link the page for your elaborated proposal here.''
  I chose PolarAxes and Plotting Improvements. I want to focus on developing PolarAxes as an object first and then I'll be focusing on adding aesthetic features like Thetacolor, RLim, and RDir etc. https://github.com/akshit0201/Octave-project.git
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  I chose PolarAxes and Plotting Improvements. I want to focus on developing PolarAxes as an object first and then I'll be focusing on adding aesthetic features like Thetacolor, RLim, and RDir etc.
 
* Please provide a roughly estimated timeline for your work on the task. ''This should include the GSoC midterms and personal commitments like exams or vacation ("non-coding time"). If possible, include two or three milestones you expect.''
 
* Please provide a roughly estimated timeline for your work on the task. ''This should include the GSoC midterms and personal commitments like exams or vacation ("non-coding time"). If possible, include two or three milestones you expect.''
 
[[Category: Summer of Code]]
 
[[Category: Summer of Code]]
 
  2nd week of May -Start Coding,1st week of April-PolarAxis object is created,3rd week of April-Debugging complete,4th Week of April-Noncoding time, 2nd week of June-aesthetic features like fontsize,fontcolor, etc are added,1st week of July-M files are created to access the PolarAxes object,4th week of July-Debugging complete, 2nd week of August-Code submission.
 
  2nd week of May -Start Coding,1st week of April-PolarAxis object is created,3rd week of April-Debugging complete,4th Week of April-Noncoding time, 2nd week of June-aesthetic features like fontsize,fontcolor, etc are added,1st week of July-M files are created to access the PolarAxes object,4th week of July-Debugging complete, 2nd week of August-Code submission.

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