A Work in Progress

This last week has been really exciting! We’re at thousands of users and well before we expected or planned. That’s not always good. I’ve been contacted by quite a few people telling me about ways to improve Nanaya. We’re listening but unfortunately Nanaya is not funded so we can only work as hard as friends and I can findContinue Reading

“Should I Dump My Girlfriend? Will I Find Another?”

Well let’s not get too hasty. Earlier this week, I posted the Nanaya white paper to ArXiv: “Should I Dump My Girlfriend? Will I Find Another?” Or: An Algorithm for the Forecasting of Romantic Options. The title is a bit melodramatic but it’s a reference to Peter Backus’s “Why I Don’t Have a Girlfriend.” ApologiesContinue Reading

Nearing Launch…

The pace of posts has slowed down as we prepare for the launch of Nanaya personality testing. We’re working on several types of releases. One of them is an academic paper that describes the Nanaya algorithm. Like any other academic paper, a Wordle is obligatory:    

Chaotic Love: What math can tell us about how relationships evolve

I’m very proud to say that Nanaya solves a problem that hasn’t been solved before: determining the value in time of relationships and the option of possible relationships. The Nanaya algorithm has to be pretty complicated to do all of that – a machine of gears, pulleys, and switches that work together to provide a result.Continue Reading