buncha fukin idiots lol egt fucked
>>10293582whoa that's freaking cool, i said it aloud when i saw
>>10293582long hair beary is so beautiful. need a wife like this fr.
>>10293582bearies six ways to Sunday! how delightful
>>10293599>>10293699two same numbers!
>>10293582there should be a beary encyclopedia
>>10293927not a bad idea
>>10293582so los blissful>>10294344nice dubs
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>>10293927>>10294344i have come before a conundrum while indexing beariesi have found that although everything im indexing is in fact a beary their naming convention is jumbled, i.e. calling them bury or putting their characteristic before beary or both, see myrest pic attachedbut i find it to be artistically limiting and going against artistic integrity to change themalso some never got names D^;
>>10294925make a convention. burys are grils. bearies are bears. then add an aka tag, list. EX:beary ebil (AKA beary rude, ebil beary, bury ebil, beary evil) ect.It doesn't have to be that hard, fig.
>>10294925beary or bury?
>>10295036fugg youre right ;_;contemplated using hydrus so tagging is easier but want it to be one large file anyfig can accessthank you butno rude pls :<(>>10295058ruled by court bury due to humanoid appearance rather than beary
>>10295145Yeah, the rudie is right. Official scientists do it the same way, including regional names and common names on a see-also line.If you want a public access single file, have you considered a Google Drive Sheet? Drop the images in the first column, your official classification in the second column, a list of secondary names (artist given, etc) in the one after that, and so on. You could add additional columns for any additional information, like flagging them as having a non-natural trait (career, hat, whatever), or on their natural traits (color columns for hair and head, weight class, etc). You could even keep the main sheet as a locked-to-the-public directory and let people clone it if they want to run searches or sort them however (or just make a second unlocked clone sheet for that so we can help each other search things :^) )also please practice good data hygenie. keep things atomic and if you have to put lists in a single cell (like for common names), separate them with a consistent delimiter (semi-colon is good for this!!)t. too much data work at work
>>10295145>butno rude pls :<(h*ckin nicers are such cry babbys.
i named a lot of them and i name them wrong on whims all the timethey are all bury nice to me :^)
>>10293582this is nice boardYour fortune: Excellent Luck
>>10295036those gummies are gonna give her some extremely violent and stinky shits
>>10295159a google drive sheet sounds beary nice but i am somewhat computer-illiterate, so i have no idea how any of it works and how to make the columns actually useable and searchable lole D^: probably gonna bingewatch a couple of tutorialols so i know what the fugg i'm doingthe subcategories you've provided are amazing and i'm definitely gonna use them :^)i'm also currently keeping note of when they were posted so there's a chronological order of sorts, don't know whether this is too much unnecessary information doughmay i also inquire as to what keeping things atomic means?for now i'm gonna mess around in sheets a bit more and collect more bearies for the night :-D
>>10295426good work anon. here's a rare beary
>>10295435thank you very much anon :^) i have returned from the le depths of archive to bring forth this one of a kind beary from 2015, please be nice to them!sadly cannot find the origin of some bearies :^(>>10295593holy f*g beary leaf and (bury) sun are going to overload the vehiclel with photosynthesis!!
>>10295426Okay, my job is to help EU government dumdums learn how data should be stored, so I can give a few tips. >how to make the columns actually useable and searchableSo, spreadsheets do this all by themselves, but it's important that YOU THE DATA MAN make the searching meaningful. You posted a construction worker beary. You might just put "construction" as the career for it in the career column, and that's fine. But, then, if later you see a beary driving a crane and you put "crane driver" in, it'll look like there's still only 1 construction beary. Since the overall number of bearies is probably pretty low, it's a good idea to use loose terms. Make any constructionish beary "construction worker" and any beary of any shade of red all go into "red" and searchers will find what they need easily, even if you're less specific that way.>don't know whether this is too much unnecessary information doughThat's the computer's problem and google servers can handle more info than you have. Put it in, and it's easy for users to hide the column temporarily if they don't want to see it.>keeping things atomic means?So, it's a big grid of cells, right? Intuitively, being atomic means you should put exactly one fact into each cell. The smallest amount of information possible in each little unit.A bad example would be to have a COLOR column and the cell say>hair black, skin red, eyes greenA good example would be to have three columns, one for each color fact, like in this mock-up.
>>10295682FUG I made the example but forgot to use it.So WHY to be atomic is seen in Beary Scary's Hair Color. If you had one big Color column and were listing the colors in order, in addition to not being searchable, it'd be confusing any time a part had two colors. If you have it atomic, when you see "BLACK ; WHITE", you immediately know both black and white are hair colors.Also, I put that there for an important lesson. Being atomic is good, but don't let it bog you down too much. The most atomic way to do it would actually be to have HAIR COLOR 1 and HAIR COLOR 2, but then you end up with most hair color 2s being blank, and confusion about which color gets to be 1 or 2 if they're even mixes, and lots of confusing middle ground, and besides, people looking probably don't know what order to give the hair colors they're searching for, either! Sometimes it's totally fine to keep to slightly less atomic things. There's a middle ground between "most atomic" and "horrible mess" that's the best answer, and you have to trust you're gut :^)
>>10295682>>10295683>So, spreadsheets do this all by themselves, but it's important that YOU THE DATA MAN make the searching meaningful.this is an eye opener to me, the only time i've had to use sheets it was like it was working against everything i tried to do>Make any constructionish beary "construction worker" and any beary of any shade of red all go into "red" and searchers will find what they need easily, even if you're less specific that way.in hindsight this is exactly what the boorus do and what makes them so convenient to use :^)>If you have it atomic, when you see "BLACK ; WHITE", you immediately know both black and white are hair colors.exactly like what you'd get with a heterochromatic bearyit's all starting to make sense now :-Dthank you for going out of youre way to help and explain this so clearly for me anon :^Dpicrelish is what i quickly taped together before my departure to bed, please let me know if anything needs changing and how to share it without getting #REKT
>>10295780I'm happy to help and it looks like it's going great. When you're ready to share it, save a new copy of it. Then, google will have options to share it, and you should be able to set it to be viewable by anons (or editable by anons if you're feeling spicy)
>>10295780U can do this!~ I believe in u^^This is Beary Lady Maria.
Inspired by a real Gorilla.
It's good for you.It's Beary Goriller.
>>10295780thanks for all you're hard work>>10295677nice dubs
>>10295780that's a lota of work!you can do it anon
>>10293582 thats beary nice>kill me now
>>10296733dubswho are you quoting?
>>10295827thank you anon :-D i hope to have a showcase ready by tonight or tomorrow although process has been strained due to offline occurrences of the rude nature :^( >>10295830thank you for supporting me :^D I have added lady maria beary to le collection>>10295951thanks for all you're kind words>>10296319thank you ykoba :,^)i am considering changing the colum "weight" to something like "trait" because some bearies have character defining characteristics that currently have no column to go to and weight could be added to the trait class, i.e. see le blue beary in picradish from the short lived stroke category :<Dfeel free to post or suggest at your hearts content :v)
>>10297399Yeah, it's a good idea to drop columns that virtually always come in the same. If there's not a huge amount of fat or thin bearies in the dataset, weight isn't useful after all.
this one has nice animation
>>10297519leaving beary dust on the ground precious
https://archive.4plebs.org/s4s/thread/3708159/#q3708165Your fortune: ｷﾀ━━━━━━(ﾟ∀ﾟ)━━━━━━ !!!!
Lol someone should make biblically accurate bearies
where i can see full list please and thank you
>>10298812thank you for keeping homebase anon :-Dhererere the links as promised[closed file for nice viewing]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1y8ExJSXNsCj6724vMgSiFPMzR6BCVSHmMX7gqfFsJ9M/[open file for (You) to edit :^)]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1qMJdfWc-T-t56noL-v2QtQmMLG1eo-VBFlr2j7vBhVc/i've attached a quick tutorial for computer illiterate people like myself to get busy with :^Di'll be adding more bearies to a comprehensive main file i intend on sorting & releasing l8rhave fun anons :--DD
>>10298984>>10298999thanks for all you're hard work and trips
>>10298984This is nice.
>>10298984It's nice I like it
>>10298984this is very nice anon! you are a beary taxonomist!!!
Beary for the Bearybase
>>10295145bury merl it is. thank you, science fren.
>>10294788>>10297399>>10299988two same numbers!
>>10299143thanks for all you're hard work and pure time dubs>>10299223>>10299457>>10299862thank you for all your'e kind words anons i appreciate a lot :--DD>>10299988le beary has bene added to bearybase :^)when most work is done i want to elaborate further on picroulade to form a complete timeline of bearylution :<)as you mightve noticed i have added what i believe to be le missing link (courtesy of relicanth && random anonymouse) for as what the original beary design was based on :^D although i have not found anything that fits the footy pattern as of yet :v(
I can't find source of beary goriller but i know it was a creativity thread and it was requested
>>10300717https://archive.4plebs.org/s4s/thread/10150433/#10160284 per chance?
>>10300760yes you found it, you are hero
>>10295677>not beary hairy
>>10300714lol ilu>>10299988and this beary
>>10302249goriller is already hairy
>>10303447>beary tall brain
>>10303470>pinky and the breayn
nice and the nice
the bearyshic records...
Has anyone made Pokemon ROM hack with bearys yet? If not they should
>>10295682>THE DATA MAN new nickname for my bepis
>>10305491clover has bury pink gril in it, but no bearies that i sawi talked to a bury pink gril before mt moot and she asked if i wanted to pay her to teach my pokemon present and i said noshe said "rude, i have a family to fed"
>>10305789clover video games ok god bless
>>10306599 dubs>this is nicer boardno
>>10302946lol ilu^2>>10306338thank you for beliebing in me choccy beary :-D>>10307012slow b*tt steadily grinding away at the file anon :^D sadly one of my're cades got hit by a car and is currently mia so im taking the night offhave this beary i drew on msp tho :^)>>10307609i am happy to report that le bearypedia will never be finished as long as OC will be made anon :-D i do still have quite a backlog to sift through as i do not want to miss out any potential bearies >>10308316anon...
>>10308729so OS and nice
>>10308729get well soon cade
>>10295224I need that beary Stallman pls