I write a little code. Bits and pieces of it are public.
My day job is writing web things for SparkFun Electronics, purveyors of blinking lights, extremely underpowered computers, and other such magics.
My good friend Levente is a professional stats geek. He uses a package called Mplus to do some kind of numerical voodoo.
Sometimes, Mplus produces output in a human-readable text format. It's pretty, as these things go, but sucks to manipulate unless you really enjoy copy & paste exercises. Here is some Perl to pull out sets of values using regular expressions and dump them to a very simple CSV file.
If this sounds useful, the attached tarball includes some sample configurations.
A take on the classic artillery game. It features two little castles, an inexorably advancing tank (with a laser!) and a tiny orbiting moon.
A loose reinterpretation of Taipan, the quintessential buy-low-sell-high-fight-pirates game. Started for a comp.lang.basic.misc retro game competition, because Mike Kessinger told me that Taipan was the best game of all time. He wasn't far off - if you find a ROM and an Apple II emulator, the original is still addictive as hell. This is playable, if not exactly fun. I still like the little ship and cannon graphics, and may someday revisit this project.