# Research

- Poor reasons for preprints & post-publication peer-review Theory, Evolution, and Games Group
- J’accuse! Persiflage
- MUDAM Xi'an's Og
- Lotfi Zadeh 1921–2017 Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Empirically testing the Chowla conjecture John D. Cook
- Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish The reduction in the... isomorphismes
- Doing Theoretical Physics with Semidefinite Programming Windows On Theory
- How to discuss your research findings without getting into “hypothesis testing”? Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Time series analysis vs DSP terminology John D. Cook
- descriptive complexity nLab
- Vincent Bouchard nLab
- end of my dream! [aka no free lunch] Xi'an's Og
- Amir-Kian Kashani-Poor nLab
- topological recursion nLab
- How to eliminate the first order term from a second order ODE John D. Cook
- A little writing about writing Logic Matters
- "The scorpion asked the fish to take him across the river. The fish said “No, I’m afraid..." isomorphismes
- Un problema sobre matrices y determinantes Gaussianos
- School segregation, pt 2: mitigating the effects/what we can do Baking and Math
- The logarithmically averaged and non-logarithmically averaged Chowla conjectures What's new
- The logarithmically averaged and non-logarithmically averaged Chowla conjectures What's new
- Les Rouquins Xi'an's Og
- Barry Gibb came fourth in a Barry Gibb look alike contest Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- “La critique est la vie de la science”: I kinda get annoyed when people set themselves up as the voice of reason but don’t ever get around to explaining what’s the unreasonable thing they dislike. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- When I said retro-TV... West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Segmentation et Mutualisation en Assurance, à Québec Freakonometrics
- Handwriting and “Cortical homunculus” Mathematics under the Microscope
- WBIC, practically Xi'an's Og
- Ladies and Gentlemen, Stan Wagon: TYI 32 – A Cake Problem. Combinatorics and more
- "That I knew nothing was my advantage." isomorphismes
- tramonto in Venezia [jatp] Xi'an's Og
- The problem with Uber Shtetl-Optimized
- Products of CW Complexes https://jessecmckeown.tumblr.com/
- Ask Meno Questions • Discussion 4 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Why I think the top batting average will be higher than .311: Over-pooling of point predictions in Bayesian inference Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The Amazon Gold Rush Computational Complexity
- The content bubble -- when reality sinks in West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Common words that have a technical meaning in math John D. Cook
- “If on a Winter’s Night a Traveller” Mathematics under the Microscope
- A uniformly distributed sequence John D. Cook
- On my way to Québec Freakonometrics
- Comics&Science - The Archimedes Issue Maddmaths!
- Beyond “power pose”: Using replication failures and a better understanding of data collection and analysis to do better science Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Do we have TCS “Harvey Weinsteins”? Windows On Theory
- Deconstructing “A World Beyond P-values” Error Statistics Philosophy
- Introducing EulerCoin, a new cryptocurrency for Mathematicians, Educators and Learners My Brain is Open
- Langevin on a wrong bend Xi'an's Og
- C-M-C, M-C-M’ and Marx’s understanding of Power New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
- No tradeoff between regularization and discovery Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- unusual view of my office [jatp] Xi'an's Og
- From perpetual motion machines to embodied cognition: The boundaries of pseudoscience are being pushed back into the trivial. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The New York Times has a self-congratulations problem. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Variables Catégorielles et Modèle Logistique Freakonometrics
- Tonight: Paris Machine Learning Meetup #2 Season 5: Reinforcement Learning for Malware detection, Fraud detection, video scene detection and Climate Change Nuit Blanche
- Heat flow and zeroes of polynomials What's new
- Heat flow and zeroes of polynomials What's new
- Build a Mobile Megan Hayes-Golding
- Econ & CS tie the knot Algorithmic Economics, AI & Other Topics
- splitting a field by annealing Xi'an's Og
- I was living my life like a holly wood Since it is not …
- Analyzing New Zealand fatal traffic crashes in Stan with added open-access science Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- On IPv6 only networks and FireTV Stick Models Of Reality
- ¿Shifting Paradigms? • 6 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis: Lecture 10 in theory
- Beyond forking paths: using multilevel modeling to figure out what can be learned from this survey experiment Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Apropos of absolutely nothing (I mean, seriously, I can't think of a single 21st century example of this), here's an excerpt from the Big Con. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Vladimir Voevodsky, il matematico curioso (1966-2017) Maddmaths!
- Call for Nominations: SIGecom Doctoral Dissertation Award Turing's Invisible Hand
- Astrostatistics school Xi'an's Og
- Actuariat de l’Assurance Non-Vie #3 Freakonometrics
- Did Isaac leap or was he pushed? The Renaissance Mathematicus
- Artificial Intelligence for Fintech and Insurtech, Paris Freakonometrics
- Compressed Sensing MRI Reconstruction with Cyclic Loss in Generative Adversarial Networks Nuit Blanche
- Mathieu Magic Persiflage
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis: Lecture 9 in theory
- Mitre 10 Cup Predictions for the Mitre 10 Cup Semi-Finals Stats Chat
- Currie Cup Predictions for the Currie Cup Finals Stats Chat
- Photo isomorphismes
- Foundations of Applied Mathematics Book Series Nick Higham
- Baseball, apple pie, and Stan Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Set theory, logic and Ramsey theory A kind of library
- Infinite Cities: Calvino and Chess Point at Infinity
- Reductions between formal languages Computational Complexity
- Autrans, Vercors [jatp] Xi'an's Og
- If Quantum Computers are not Possible Why are Classical Computers Possible? Combinatorics and more
- Freelance orphans: “33 comparisons, 4 are statistically significant: much more than the 1.65 that would be expected by chance alone, so what’s the problem??” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Originally I was joking when I compared this to a hyperloop West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Segmentation ou Mutualisation en Assurance, à l’Institut des Actuaires Freakonometrics
- Can we please stop (mis)quoting Albert on Emmy, it’s demeaning? The Renaissance Mathematicus
- ISBA elections, let’s go voting Statisfaction
- Articles for the Probability & Statistics Project Freakonometrics
- Antisélection en Assurance Automobile et Impact des Jours de Carence sur les Arrêts Maladies Freakonometrics
- Giornata di lavoro "L’insegnamento di matematica e scienze alla scuola secondaria di primo grado", 1 dicembre 2017 Maddmaths!
- STOC 2018 CFP Windows On Theory
- Machine-Checked Proof AMS Grad Blog
- Counting increasing sequences with Burnside's lemma The Universe of Discourse
- Massachusetts hardcore bands circa 2012, on the back of my... isomorphismes
- Stat of the Week Competition: October 14 – 20 2017 Stats Chat
- Stat of the Week Competition Discussion: October 14 – 20 2017 Stats Chat
- Stan case studies Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Linkage 11011110
- Pragmatic Traction • 6 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- A counterexample to my conjecture Victor Porton's Math Blog
- “Bayesian evidence synthesis” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Matematica per gli Open Days n. 5, Pisa 2017 Maddmaths!
- The Mihalik-Wieczorek Problem E. Kowalski's blog
- Machine Learning and Macro No Hesitations
- Fortnightly links (46) Pieter Belmans
- Preprints and a problem with academic publishing Theory, Evolution, and Games Group
- Mick Cooney: case study on modeling loss curves in insurance with RStan Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- A tail we don't need to wag A Neighborhood of Infinity
- Four formats for Fermat The Math Less Traveled
- Applying probability to non-random things John D. Cook
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis: Lecture 8 in theory
- Misplacing a continent John D. Cook
- “I agree entirely that the way to go is to build some model of attitudes and how they’re affected by recent weather and to fit such a model to “thick” data—rather than to zip in and try to grab statistically significant stylized facts about people’s cognitive illusions in this area.” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis: Lecture 7 in theory
- Carnevale della Matematica #112: Matematica e ... Maddmaths!
- “congratulations, your article is published!” Ummm . . . Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- We Are Hiring! Tenure-Track Position in Business Analytics, University of Miami O.R. by the Beach
- Statistical skepticism: How to use significance tests effectively: 7 challenges & how to respond to them Error Statistics Philosophy
- When do we want evidence-based change? Not “after peer review” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Postdoc in Finland and NY to work on probabilistic inference and Stan! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- "How College Loans Got So Evil" West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Rejecting the data-free argument in support of the cashier-free Shake Shack Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- I quit (from MathSciNet and ZbMath) Noncommutative Analysis
- A comment on the sowa versus Gowers affair Noncommutative Analysis
- You are the Name Rememberer emergent math
- New paper: The failure of Kodaira vanishing for Fano varieties, and terminal singularities that are not Cohen-Macaulay Geometry Bulletin Board
- Road deaths up Stats Chat
- PhD Thesis: Efficient Methods and Hardware for Deep Learning by Song Han Nuit Blanche
- LUCCA COMICS & SCIENCE 2017: il programma Maddmaths!
- Does racquetball save lives? Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- You probably never thought of a hobbyist market for x-ray machines West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Lessons from the Nobel Prizes Computational Complexity
- Networks and Flows #2 Freakonometrics
- È uscito il numero 3/2017 di Archimede Maddmaths!
- Halifax, NS, Stan talk and course Thu 19 Oct Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Bayesian Decision Theory Made Ridiculously Simple Statistics @ Home
- Wet Fold Origami Technique Gives Wavy Personality to Paper Animals by Artist Hoang Tien Quyet https://jessecmckeown.tumblr.com/
- Impredicative Encodings of Inductive Types in HoTT Homotopy Type Theory
- Slides and Videos: Deep RL Bootcamp 26-27 August 2017, Berkeley CA Nuit Blanche
- Peeling vs shortening 11011110
- "To grin like a cheshire cat About 500 years after the Norman conquest of England, the county of..." isomorphismes
- The Pavel Haas Quartet at the Wigmore Hall (and on BBC) Logic Matters
- An impossibility theorem for gerrymandering Short, Fat Matrices
- Workshop on Interpretable Machine Learning Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Métro: centralité et robustesse Freakonometrics
- Not the critic who counts Shtetl-Optimized
- Base de Données, Devoir d’Actuariat Freakonometrics
- Repost 3: The Republicans' 3 x 3 existential threat West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Pre-party Activities in theory
- Partial pooling with informative priors on the hierarchical variance parameters: The next frontier in multilevel modeling Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Repost 2: The nuclear moose option West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- The Circuit-Cocircuit Reversal System and Torsor Structures on Spanning Trees Matt Baker's Math Blog
- Repost 1: GOP Game Theory -- things are still different West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Il nuovo percorso di formazione insegnanti e l'immissione in ruolo Maddmaths!
- "Many times, when a woman talks about her day, a ma will focus on her for a moment, realise that she..." isomorphismes
- Some dusty antique arithmetic https://jessecmckeown.tumblr.com/
- Sergiu Hart: Two-Vote or not to Vote Combinatorics and more
- Splines in Stan; Spatial Models in Stan ! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- AMS Notices Spotlight October 2017 AMS Grad Blog
- The history of computing Peter Cameron's Blog
- Annuntio vobis gaudium magnum: habemus directors in theory
- Postdoc Accouncement: Microsoft Research NYC Turing's Invisible Hand
- Quaint supercomputers John D. Cook
- Please contribute to this list of the top 10 do’s and don’ts for doing better science Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Sign Relational Manifolds : 6 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Questionable statistics alert – – Whole Foods Markets edition West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Synchronization and all that, 2 Peter Cameron's Blog
- A Lady Logician The Renaissance Mathematicus
- Come funzionano le reti neurali Maddmaths!
- DiffuserCam: Lensless Single-exposure 3D Imaging Nuit Blanche
- "Every [safety] lever is a potential source of mishandling or misoperation during the use of a..." isomorphismes
- Avocado is the new chocolate Stats Chat
- Graphic of the week Stats Chat
- A toast to Alistair: Two Minutes on Two Great Professional Surprises Combinatorics and more
- Mitre 10 Cup Predictions for Round 9 Stats Chat
- Currie Cup Predictions for Round 14 Stats Chat
- Analysts must reckon with the fake data menace Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- Sono tornati i corsi di formazione per insegnanti di MathUp Maddmaths!
- Tenure-Track or Tenured Prof. in Machine Learning in Aalto, Finland Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Exponential sum of the day John D. Cook
- Something that bothers me about deep neural nets John D. Cook
- Michael Cohen Computational Complexity
- Post-doctorat ISDEEC Jérôme Buzzi’s
- The house is stronger than the foundations Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- I'd heard that "hello" as a salutation was popularized by the telephone, so I looked at the Ngram viewer. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Jacobian of the stereographic projection not at the North pole Ngô Quốc Anh
- Dossier Assurance sur Variances.eu Freakonometrics
- akhmadbaev: GLTCH/CNVRTDIMG+SCRNNN+SPHRINV+CNVRTD2LOFI+GRDNT_2... isomorphismes
- Commuting Persiflage
- Borel complexity theory and classification problems Samuel Coskey
- A Few Words With Caltech Research Scientist, David Boyd Quantum Frontiers
- Briefly Stats Chat
- Scraper pour avoir des infos sur les médecins sur Paris Freakonometrics
- Coming to Nerd Central Shtetl-Optimized
- Sudden Money Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- stckwll: From Natalie Wee’s “Lonely”, in Our Bodies & Other... isomorphismes
- I respond to E. J.’s response to our response to his comment on our paper responding to his paper Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Actuariat de l’Assurance Non-Vie #2 Freakonometrics
- The pentagon in the pyramid 11011110
- Exponential sums make pretty pictures John D. Cook
- Odd order cases of the logarithmically averaged Chowla conjecture What's new
- Odd order cases of the logarithmically averaged Chowla conjecture What's new
- Slides: Université Cote d'Azur/UCA Deep Learning School, May 2017 Nuit Blanche
- “Why bioRxiv can’t be the Central Service” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Long Memory in Realized Volatility No Hesitations
- Green envelopes Calculus VII
- Having no internet for four half weeks isn’t necessarily all bad mixedmath
- Planar Perfect Matching is "not" in NC Banach's Algorithmic Corner
- Breathless by Small Black isomorphismes
- Stan Roundup, 6 October 2017 Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Vladimir Voevodsky, 1966 — 2017 Azimuth
- Monte Carlo approximation certificates for k-means clustering Short, Fat Matrices
- I disagree with Tyler Cowen regarding a so-called lack of Bayesianism in religious belief Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Hotels vs. Airbnb is Godzilla vs Rodan. You don't know whom to root for. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Trinity Poets Logic Matters
- A la recherche des homonymes… Freakonometrics
- Why we need Receptive Learning to have Active Learning AMS Grad Blog
- New venues for the statistics wars Error Statistics Philosophy
- Consoled E. Kowalski's blog
- What am I missing and what will this paper likely lead researchers to think and do? Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Is the Textbook Market doomed? Computational Complexity
- The history of mathematics is not that simplistic. The Renaissance Mathematicus
- Sports scheduling meets business analytics: why scheduling Major League Baseball is really hard Punk Rock Operations Research
- I’m not on twitter Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Good thing Peter Thiel wasn't around to fund the goat gland doctor. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- A literary quiz Logic Matters
- Azimuth Backup Project (Part 5) Azimuth
- France is AI, Program for Day One Nuit Blanche
- "Galileo observed that the set of positive integers can be put into 1‒1 correspondence with the set..." isomorphismes
- No critical point between two peaks John D. Cook
- Beyond Worst Case Analysis: Lecture 5 in theory
- Lots of Ingleton Matroids The Matroid Union
- Should we worry about rigged priors? A long discussion. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Following up on the Equifax thread. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- BREAKING . . . . . . . PNAS updates its slogan! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Some Algebro-geometric Aspects of Limiting Mixed Hodge Structure... isomorphismes
- Nuit Blanche in Review (September 2017) Nuit Blanche
- Michael Cohen 1992-2017 and Vladimir Voevodsky 1966–2017 Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Starting my postdoc Pieter Belmans
- Square contact graphs 11011110
- Chiaroscuro: in dark times, some light Logic Matters
- TYI 31 – Rados Radoicic’s Rope Problem Combinatorics and more
- Because you asked: the Simulation Hypothesis has not been falsified; remains unfalsifiable Shtetl-Optimized
- “A toolkit for constructing dilations on Banach spaces”, by Fackler and Gluck Noncommutative Analysis
- When considering proposals for redefining or abandoning statistical significance, remember that their effects on science will only be indirect! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Alan Sokal’s comments on “Abandon Statistical Significance” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Christopher T. H. Baker (1939–2017) Nick Higham
- 2 quick calls Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Inevitably, the wacky billionaire and snake oil threads collide West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Clean obfuscated code John D. Cook
- Wine 2017 Update Turing's Invisible Hand
- All set endomorphisms of a finite field are polynomial Aleph Zero Categorical
- Actuariat de l’Assurance Non-Vie #1 Freakonometrics
- Three hours in the MLC Drop-In Centre Making Your Own Sense
- A fun (enough) talk Hard Arithmetic
- Stereographic projection not at the North pole and an example of conformal transformation on S^n Ngô Quốc Anh
- Calculus has a long history. Although Newton and Leibniz are... isomorphismes
- “Do statistical methods have an expiration date?” My talk at the University of Texas this Friday 2pm Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Response to some comments on “Abandon Statistical Significance” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The Geometry of Break Divisors Matt Baker's Math Blog
- The Loss of Tenure Positions: Threats to the Profession Launchings by David Bressoud
- Eran Nevo: g-conjecture part 4, Generalizations and Special Cases Combinatorics and more
- Playing Games II: The Rules Point at Infinity
- “5 minutes? Really?” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Everyone's missing the second scariest thing about the Equifax story. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Q&A with NBA Hackathon winner Big Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- William Gordon Seggie Brown Postdoctoral Fellowship (2018) EMPG Blog
- OUP philosophy book sale Logic Matters
- Math Emojis Math3ma
- "The Classification Theorem, known since the 1860’s, asserts that all closed surfaces, despite their..." isomorphismes
- Countries That Are Graying Fastest Math Encounters Blog
- “From ‘What If?’ To ‘What Next?’ : Causal Inference and Machine Learning for Intelligent Decision Making” Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Fortnightly links (46) Pieter Belmans
- Vladimir Voevodsky, June 4, 1966 - September 30, 2017 The n-Category Café
- Sunday Morning Insight: The Demise of Cassini and the Rise of Artificial InteIligence Nuit Blanche
- Approximating the cut distribution Statisfaction
- Economics Working Papers now in arXiv No Hesitations
- Monty Hall (1921-2017) and His Problem Computational Complexity
- Also against individual IQ worries Shtetl-Optimized
- Saturday Morning Videos: Cognitive Computational Neuroscience (CCN) 2017 Nuit Blanche
- In memoriam: Vladimir Voevodsky Homotopy Type Theory
- Core Logic Logic Matters
- The “fish MRI” of international relations studies. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The World of Michael Burt: When Architecture, Mathematics, and Art meet. Combinatorics and more
- "Stocks do not exist merely for fools." isomorphismes
- Apply for the Earth Institute Postdoc at Columbia and work with us! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- How many musical scales are there? John D. Cook
- New baby, and primality testing The Math Less Traveled
- Linkage 11011110
- Toxic pairs, re-identification, and information theory John D. Cook
- An update to “On the sign patterns of entrywise positivity preservers in fixed dimension” What's new
- An update to “On the sign patterns of entrywise positivity preservers in fixed dimension” What's new
- A more natural Disjunction Elimination rule? Logic Matters
- For mortality rate junkies Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Courbure et épaississement II Blog de Pierre Lecomte
- MINIMOGs and Mathematical blackjack Yet Another Mathblog
- an Estonian/Latvian demonstration against Soviet rule from... isomorphismes
- Swimming Leaderboard Persiflage
- An exceedingly good point West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- EKR, Steiner systems, association schemes, and all that Peter Cameron's Blog
- Applying to grad school? Here’s what you need to know: Part I AMS Grad Blog
- Images from Graph Drawing 11011110
- Courbure et épaississement Blog de Pierre Lecomte
- On music, mathematics and teaching. The Geomblog
- Contribute to this pubpeer discussion! Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Probability and Statistics Freakonometrics
- Thoughts on a Ouija board West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Carnival of Mathematics Peter Cameron's Blog
- MA Scholarship in Logic/Phil Math (Montreal) Logic Matters
- "X is a social construct" and the perils of mining behavior. The Geomblog
- Nikita Shokhov isomorphismes
- The problem with MathML as a web standard (part 4) Peter Krautzberger
- Michael Cohen (1992-2017) Shtetl-Optimized
- Galileo, The Church and that ban The Renaissance Mathematicus
- The Great Formal Machinery Works Logic Matters
- Tragic Losses Computational Complexity
- Some ideas on using virtual reality for data visualization: I don’t really agree with the details here but it’s all worth discussing Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- I suppose the short version is: "Never read any science coverage in New York magazine" West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- “Mirrors and reflections” in Japanese Mathematics under the Microscope
- First-order characterisations of free and flat…projective? Aleph Zero Categorical
- laaaaaaandsat: Path 153, Row 110 2017-03-06 at 06:29:35 GMT... isomorphismes
- Pragmatic Traction • 5 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- I am (somewhat) in agreement with Fritz Strack regarding replications Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Likeable primes Making Your Own Sense
- Michael Cohen Windows On Theory
- What you value should set out how you act and that how you represent what to possibly act upon: Aesthetics -> Ethics -> Logic. Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Spaces Mathematics Rising
- The Bohr-Pál Theorem and its friends E. Kowalski's blog
- Pragmatic Traction • 4 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Videos: Montreal AI Symposium Nuit Blanche
- Automated Inference on Criminality Using High-tech GIGO Analysis Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Heat ball Bubbles Bad; Ripples Good
- It's like one of those "you provide the caption" cartoon contest except with blog posts and no prizes West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Layish Combinatorics and more
- Chaos and the beta distribution John D. Cook
- [Undefined] in theory
- Old Naval Mines Still Floating Around Math Encounters Blog
- noir-de-mars: Jaromir Novotny - Untitled - 2015 - Acrylic and... isomorphismes
- Another book chapter is up! Rigor + Relevance
- What Cubical Sets With Connections Really Are. https://jessecmckeown.tumblr.com/
- On Principal Components Regression, Random Projections, and Column Subsampling Nuit Blanche
- Traveling Salesman Freakonometrics
- Fighting Gresham's law of journalism -- more "yes, it is just a god damn vending machine" blogging West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Lazy stochastic principal component analysis / Near Optimal Sketching of Low-Rank Tensor Regression Nuit Blanche
- Allocating final year projects to students Un peu de math
- Foucault and Marx: on Subjectification and Exhaustion New APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
- Followup on Implicit Function Theorem / Likelihoods Models Of Reality
- Remarkable forgeries? Peter Cameron's Blog
- Cellular automata with random initial conditions John D. Cook
- Pragmatic Traction • 3 Inquiry Into Inquiry
- It was an age of wondrous sights, flying machines, moving pictures, white blackberries… West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Second-Order Optimization for Non-Convex Machine Learning, FLAG, GIANT and Non-Convex Optimization Under Inexact Hessian Nuit Blanche
- The support of Kloosterman paths E. Kowalski's blog
- G.A. Barnard: The “catch-all” factor: probability vs likelihood Error Statistics Philosophy
- Science fiction viewers used to embrace diversity (or did they) and now they don't (or do they) Computational Complexity
- Summer school at Marienheide Peter Cameron's Blog
- Linear Programming and Healthy Diets — Part 2 Math ∩ Programming
- Egalitarian LASSO for Forecast Combination No Hesitations
- Some Mathematical Puzzles that I encountered during my career Combinatorics and more
- Peer review for open access math books Victor Porton's Math Blog
- Sierpinski triangle strikes again John D. Cook
- George Barnard’s birthday: stopping rules, intentions Error Statistics Philosophy
- Applied mathematics may be underrepresented SIMIODE - Blog
- Colleges disappearing SIMIODE - Blog
- Postdoc position in Münster (Deadline October 2) European Set Theory Society
- Poll: Have your say in the future topics of this blog Aleph Zero Categorical
- WW2 Tank Production Comparison Between Combatants Math Encounters Blog
- Pythagorean bicliques 11011110
- A Short Note on Gaps Between Powers of Consecutive Primes mixedmath
- The Implicit Function Theorem and Likelihood Functions Models Of Reality
- Live by the hype, die by the hype West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- National Bank of Poland No Hesitations
- Lattice Paths and Continued Fractions II The n-Category Café
- Analysis vs. synthesis for the ROF model regularize
- Logic Courseware? Richard Zach
- Applied Category Theory at UCR (Part 2) The n-Category Café
- Acronyms and PHP Computational Complexity
- Applied Category Theory at UCR (Part 2) Azimuth
- New baby, and Haskell Alphabet blog :: Brent -> [String]
- A cryptographically secure random number generator John D. Cook
- Beyond Worst-Case Analysis: Lecture 6 in theory
- Aerial video of Hurricane Harvey aftermath and cleanup John D. Cook
- Arguments for a content bubble – – revisiting 2. West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Networks with R Freakonometrics
- CSHardware: InView Multi-Pix Camera Demonstrates 1FPS SWIR Imaging Nuit Blanche