The full report is here. After a year of dedicated effort and serious blogging, here is the final year-end cable car mumble jumble verdict: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people.Read more "2015 Annual Report"
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These are pretty much all I post to this blog nowadays: annual reports of nothing is happening here. See the unpromising siblings in 2012 and 2011. I really should update this blog more frequently. But at the same time, I am either too important/busy to do so or extraordinarily lazy. Click here to see the […]Read more "2013 Annual Report"
With awful apology to Citizen Cope. Probability, measurability reality, complexity accessibility, accountability velocity, heteroscedasticity Multiplicity, continuity equality, relativity locality, propensity philosophy, humanity Will i ever see her again i’ve run into difficulty my silly calculation it’s all in uncertainty Sensitivity, specificity convergency, differentiability vitality, priority integrity, formality Her beauty, anti-gravity eternity, intensity Queen Elizabeth, your […]Read more "Uncertainty"
There are two types of variables in statistical scripts – local and global. You define local variables in a function or an environment. They help you built your function, and let your toolbox grows. The global variables are defined on a much bigger scale. They command over your entire domain, are the ones in charge […]Read more "Variables"