Monthly Archives: May 2013

Happiness for others

I’m happy to see Andrew Gelman express this: In the old days I used to be upset when other people made progress on ideas in which I had persistent but unformed thoughts (just as others were perhaps upset when I … Continue reading

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Eye, Pea, Eff

Suppose you have a confusion matrix, a matrix of values with rows corresponding to stimuli and columns to responses. Suppose further that you want to analyze the similarity between your stimuli and the bias to give one response or another … Continue reading

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Old links, closed tabs

Here are some interesting articles/essays/posts I’ve had open in browser tabs for too long. By posting them here, I give myself permission to close the tabs and yourself encouragement to follow any that look interesting and open some tabs of … Continue reading

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