tweak in the browser

Mierle and I got together for some Sunday hacking, and we finished Mierle's dream of an interactive version of tweak running in the browser with javascript. Actually, I just made silly comments while Mierle coded. It ended up being pretty fast and fun to use. It also lets us establish some ground truth for our automated systems, which is Mierle's goal. My goal is to build some intuition about correspondences and fitting orders and model selection.

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