# Research

- smash-monoidal diagonals -- sectionnLab
- Urbanization and the Pileated WoodpeckerAleph Zero Categorical
- Music for a good dayWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Sharon BegleyStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Vaccination is the ultimate stimulusWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- A colpo d’occhio: archimede 4/2020Maddmaths!
- Welcome to 2021No Hesitations
- The Ethics BoardComputational Complexity
- William MycroftnLab
- What Is the Nearest Symmetric Matrix?Nick Higham
- FamilyPeter Cameron's Blog
- Igor Pak: What if they are all wrong?Combinatorics and more
- Riddler: a grid of numbersGod plays dice
- Top 14 Predictions for Round 19Stats Chat
- Edmund Clarke, 1945–2020Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Online Activities 18-24 JanuaryEuropean Set Theory Society
- A graph coloring problem from quantum physics (with prizes!)Short, Fat Matrices
- Kempner FiXi'an's Og
- Thanks, commenters!Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Charles Sanders Peirce, George Spencer Brown, and Me • 11Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Webinar: Functional uniform priors for dose-response modelsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- A photomask is an opaque plate with holes or transparencies...isomorphismes
- Maths and Myths, del mito a las matemáticasGaussianos
- Peaks of SincJohn D. Cook
- Presentazione “Matematica, lingua, linguaggi” – 28 gennaio 2021 ore 17Maddmaths!
- Gell-Mann amnesia and its oppositeJohn D. Cook
- Simulation-based calibration: Two theoremsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Record deaths every dayBig Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- Martin Luther King’s Acceptance Speech, on the occasion of the award of the Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo, December 10, 1964West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Rate of convergence for Newton’s methodJohn D. Cook
- Reverse iteration root-findingJohn D. Cook
- S. Senn: “Beta testing”: The Pfizer/BioNTech statistical analysis of their Covid-19 vaccine trial (guest post)Error Statistics Philosophy
- Random walksQuantum Frontiers
- Matroids on graphs in applied algebraic geometryThe Matroid Union
- Categories of NetsAzimuth
- Epistemic Justice with AI: indicators, diverse training data and knee painNew APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
- ABC, anytime!Xi'an's Og
- Categories of Nets (Part 1)The n-Category Café
- "Direct sum is not the coproduct in the category of quadratic vector spaces. The absence of terminal..."isomorphismes
- M coverXi'an's Og
- Eric LanderPeter Cameron's Blog
- The Dialogical Roots of Deduction, 2Logic Matters
- Tell me about a time you failed?Code Mechanic
- Weights in statisticsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Un matematico gioca 0 – PresentazioneMaddmaths!
- US Battleship Fuel UsageMath Encounters Blog
- lost mathematicians of 2020Xi'an's Og
- [Libros] «Las matemáticas de nuestra vida» y «El secreto de los números»Gaussianos
- Sign Relations, Triadic Relations, Relation Theory • Discussion 5Inquiry Into Inquiry
- You’re a data scientist at a local hospital and you’ve been asked to present to the physicians on communicating statistical information to patients. What should you say?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Pro14 Predictions for Postponed MatchesStats Chat
- it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despairXi'an's Og
- ML Theory with bad drawingsWindows On Theory
- Individuals, Information, and the lenses of mathematicsMathematics Rising
- A must read from Marginal RevolutionWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Linkage11011110
- Low-tech transparencyJohn D. Cook
- Reflections on a talk gone wrongStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- How NYC restaurants manage queuesBig Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- Another old post that seems relevantWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Online talk: Kazuhiro NomotoThe Matroid Union
- The Dialogical Roots of Deduction, 1Logic Matters
- Perché i numeri primi sono infiniti? – La matematica danzante, Episodio 7Maddmaths!
- Predictions and constraintsStats Chat
- Zeros of trigonometric polynomialsJohn D. Cook
- averaged acceptance ratiosXi'an's Og
- Photoisomorphismes
- Luca Incurvati’s Conceptions of SetLogic Matters
- Priming Random RestrictionsGödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Sketching the distribution of data vs. sketching the imagined distribution of dataStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- One of the many benefits of media consolidationWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- To cheer you up in difficult times 17: Amazing! The Erdős-Faber-Lovász conjecture (for large n) was proved by Dong Yeap Kang, Tom Kelly, Daniela Kühn, Abhishek Methuku, and Deryk Osthus!Combinatorics and more
- On the benefits of reviewing papersStatisfaction
- Matematica contro le fake newsMaddmaths!
- World Logic Day — a small contribution!Logic Matters
- Word Ladders and Equivalence ClassesDataGenetics
- general perspective on the Metropolis–Hastings kernelXi'an's Og
- Lea Desandre and Ensemble Jupiter, Lettres AmoureusesLogic Matters
- A list of blog content in 2021The Matroid Union
- Just-in-case revisitedJohn D. Cook
- Real-life demonstration of the value of statistical controlsBig Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- Set Theory Workshop, Sao PauloEuropean Set Theory Society
- We are about to enter a period of great retroactive courageWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Know your data 28: Data breaches and tech contradictionsBig Data, Plainly Spoken (aka Numbers Rule Your World)
- Routine hospital-based SARS-CoV-2 testing outperforms state-based data in predicting clinical burden.Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Renaissance Science – IThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- The biomass distribution on Earth by Yinon M. Bar-On, Rob...isomorphismes
- Introducing The Moduli SpacePieter Belmans
- a most unusual definition of sufficiencyXi'an's Og
- The new variant, R, and why it’s more complicated than thatStats Chat
- This Week's Finds (1--50)The n-Category Café
- This Week’s Finds (1–50)Azimuth
- Data pathologyJohn D. Cook
- “They adjusted for three hundred confounders.”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- As a friend of mine put it, "if your base is sending you pipe bombs, they're no longer really YOUR base"West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- What Is the Softmax Function?Nick Higham
- Top 14 Predictions for Round 15Stats Chat
- Rugby Premiership Predictions for Round 7Stats Chat
- Pro14 Predictions for Postponed MatchesStats Chat
- Pro14 Predictions for Round 11Stats Chat
- Currie Cup Predictions for the SemiFinalsStats Chat
- "Drugs are tested by the people who manufacture them, in poorly designed trials, on hopelessly small..."isomorphismes
- CluedoDataGenetics
- abolish the death penaltyXi'an's Og
- Critiquing some coronavirus mapsGod plays dice
- Recorded my productivity for 1000 days, here’s what I foundAleph Zero Categorical
- Icon Index Symbol • 20Inquiry Into Inquiry
- “A Headline That Will Make Global-Warming Activists Apoplectic” . . . how’s that one going, Freakonomics team?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Perhaps the most powerful man in the world is a narcissistic con artist propped up by a cult of personality (and don't get me started on Donald Trump)West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- More stability, less stressJohn D. Cook
- CALL FOR PROPOSALS: EC 2021 WORKSHOPS AND TUTORIALSTuring's Invisible Hand
- The ACM History Committee call for proposals looks wrongComputational Complexity
- An overview of what the names Pieri, Giambelli, Chevalley, Monk, Littlewood–Richardson say about the cohomology of $G/P$Pieter Belmans
- [de]quarantined by slideshareXi'an's Og
- Online activities 11-17 JanuaryEuropean Set Theory Society
- MATH 2568: Linear AlgebraShort, Fat Matrices
- Open problem session of HUJI-COMBSEM: Problem #5, Gil Kalai – the 3ᵈ problemCombinatorics and more
- Icon Index Symbol • 19Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Include all design information as predictors in your regression model, then postratify if necessary. No need to include survey weights: the information that goes into the weights will be used in any poststratification that is done.Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Un matematico prestato alla Disney 29 – Il fantomatico ipergigacolossaliardo – Numeri molto grandiMaddmaths!
- Why hasn’t the ASA Board revealed the recommendations of its new task force on statistical significance and replicability?Error Statistics Philosophy
- Fortnightly links (120)Pieter Belmans
- Paper on polypermutations published!Aleph Zero Categorical
- “Enhancing Academic Freedom and Transparency in Publishing Through Post-Publication Debate”: Some examples in the study of political conflictStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Pro14 Predictions for Postponed MatchesStats Chat
- Wonjin Choi, “Dandelion Pollen Grain” (Image acquired from the...isomorphismes
- A rational harmonic seriesBeni Bogoşel's blog
- 364 giftsGod plays dice
- We are still the nation that rolled out three liberty ships every two daysWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Icon Index Symbol • 18Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Weakliem on air rage and himmicanesStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- La saga del infinito, de Mates MikeGaussianos
- Scacchi e Matematica, con Samuele Golfetto \| La matematica danzante, Episodio 6Maddmaths!
- "Electrical signals move rapidly: ~10^8 m/s, a significant fraction of the speed of light. But the..."isomorphismes
- 50 Destroyer Pre-War Base DealMath Encounters Blog
- My role in the band is to be in the middle of that, kind of like lukewarm waterSince it is not …
- Where does the factorial symbol come from?Aleph Zero Categorical
- Les conséquences de la loi de GoodhartFreakonometrics
- What is/are bad data?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Reading EuclidThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- xkcd: “Curve-fitting methods and the messages they send”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Riesz projection on polynomialsCalculus VII
- To cheer you up in difficult times 16: Optimism, two quotesCombinatorics and more
- How we saw it then -- IIIWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- How we saw it then -- IIWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- How we saw it then -- IWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Networking to get the most out of the Virtual Joint Mathematics Meetings[UNTITLED BLOG]
- To all Trumpists who comment on this blogShtetl-Optimized
- Algebraic and Combinatorial Invariants of Subshifts and TillingsJérôme Buzzi’s
- The effective potential of an M-matrixWhat's new
- The effective potential of an M-matrixWhat's new
- Quaternion square rootsJohn D. Cook
- Online talk: Stephan KreutzerThe Matroid Union
- NYT editor described columnists as “people who are paid to have very, very strong convictions, and to believe that they’re right.”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- David Wallace-Wells has been pushing anti-vaxx talking points for years. When it comes to Covid-19 vaccines, he can keep his damned mouth shut.West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- A Reflection on Giving ONLINE Talks[UNTITLED BLOG]
- There’s more to reading than just looking at the wordsThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- My Survey on Hilbert's 10th for particular (d,n) is ready for you to help me on!Computational Complexity
- A couple tidbits of Georgia election mathGod plays dice
- Predictions For 2021Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Authors retract the Nature Communications paper on female mentorsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Typo of the dayStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Lilliefors, Kolmogorov-Smirnov and cross-validationFreakonometrics
- Bootstrapping a minimal math libraryJohn D. Cook
- Megan Higgs (statistician) and Anna Dreber (economist) on how to judge the success of a replicationStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- WW84 appears to have lost hundreds of millions of dollars. Just imagine the damage if it hadn't "exceed[ed] box office projections"West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- The 1st IJCAI-PRICAI Workshop on Applied Mechanism Design (WAMD)Algorithmics, Social choice, Market Design, and Other Topics
- Suma de números adyacentesGaussianos
- Early-Career Discussion and Social Hour[UNTITLED BLOG]
- What Is the Log-Sum-Exp Function?Nick Higham
- Webinaire sur l’assurance collaborative et la théorie des grahsFreakonometrics
- CP ViolationAzimuth
- BIPA Continues to Gain Teeth: Data Retention Policy & StandingNew APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
- Our ridiculous health care system, part 734Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Searching for RH Counterexamples — Deploying with DockerMath ∩ Programming
- Application Deadline for Assistant Professor Positions at Bocconiin theory
- Average sum of digitsJohn D. Cook
- Definability and the Math Tea argument: must there be numbers we cannot describe or define? University of Warsaw, 22 January 2021Joel David Hamkins
- Can there be natural instances of nonlinearity in the hierarchy of consistency strength? UWM Logic Seminar, January 2021Joel David Hamkins
- Most controversial posts of 2020Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- For those just joining us...West Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- (Lo que yo considero) Lo mejor de 2020 en GaussianosGaussianos
- Ten bottles of wine – Python codeBeni Bogoşel's blog
- Un nuovo modello svela i segreti della pioggiaMaddmaths!
- Searle’s Chinese Room and true understandingAleph Zero Categorical
- Change One LetterDataGenetics
- Online activities 4-10 JanuaryEuropean Set Theory Society
- Next Phil Stat Forum: January 7: D. Mayo: Putting the Brakes on the Breakthrough (or “How I used simple logic to uncover a flaw in …..statistical foundations”)Error Statistics Philosophy
- Riffs and Rotes • Happy New Year 2021Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Must Read: Tyler Cowen on VA vaccinationsWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Postdoctoral Position in HoTT at Johns Hopkins UniversityThe n-Category Café
- Postdoctoral position in HoTT at Johns Hopkins UniversityHomotopy Type Theory
- “Maybe the better analogy is that these people are museum curators and we’re telling them that their precious collection of Leonardos, which they have been augmenting at a rate of about one per month, include some fakes.”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Snow White in GermanThe Universe of Discourse
- Applied Category Theory 2021 Adjoint SchoolThe n-Category Café
- The Numerology of 2021Mathematics under the Microscope
- Applied Category Theory 2021 — Adjoint SchoolAzimuth
- “Translation Plagiarism”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- TomRoelandts.com in 2020TomRoelandts.com
- Exposé au Meetup Data Driven MontréalFreakonometrics
- Distribute the vaccines NOW!Shtetl-Optimized
- I librini di MaddMaths!: Alessandro Zaccagnini – Dialogo sui numeri primi (versione ebook)Maddmaths!
- Archimedia 3/2020: QuandòttotoMaddmaths!
- Random polynomials revisitedJohn D. Cook
- Peter M. Neumann, 1940–2020Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Rolling Two DiceDataGenetics
- "Lie groups are interesting physically because they occur naturally as transformation groups, i.e. as..."isomorphismes
- Three powerful open-source libraries: PEGTL, Klein, and Dear ImGUIMeandering Through Mathematics
- My big mistake about dense setsThe Universe of Discourse
- Logic: A Study Guide now “launched”Logic Matters
- What we did in 2020, and thanks to all our collaborators and many moreStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Happy New Year from Windsor McCay and Little NemoWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Is A level further maths meant to be so easy?Mathematics under the Microscope
- Charles not Ada, Charles not Charles and Ada, just Charles…The Renaissance Mathematicus
- 2021God plays dice
- Midnight With Birnbaum (Remote, Virtual Happy New Year 2020)!Error Statistics Philosophy
- Math 314, Spring 2021Samuel Coskey
- Math 387, Spring 2021Samuel Coskey
- CES 2021DataGenetics
- Seminar talk by Hartz: How can you compute the multiplier norm?Noncommutative Analysis
- Cosmic CensorshipAzimuth
- Year-end linkage11011110
- To all the reviewers we’ve loved beforeStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Unreasonable ineffectiveness of mathematics in biologyMathematics under the Microscope
- Sign Relations, Triadic Relations, Relation Theory • Discussion 4Inquiry Into Inquiry
- One infinity or two?John D. Cook
- Reflections on 2020 and New Year’s resolutions for 2021Punk Rock Operations Research
- Three unblinded miceStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Watch the body languageWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Complexity Year in Review 2020Computational Complexity
- My vaccine crackpottery: a confessionShtetl-Optimized
- Radio Frequency BandsJohn D. Cook
- A Perfect Time to Binge Read the (Strong) Likelihood PrincipleError Statistics Philosophy
- Factorial vs Factorial: Some classical approximationsAleph Zero Categorical
- Benjamin Franklin and the Exercises of IgnatiusThe Universe of Discourse
- ¡¡Felices Fiestas y Feliz Año Semiprimo 2021!!Gaussianos
- Follow-up on one dose vaccine strategiesWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Krull dimension: a quick introAleph Zero Categorical
- Why We Sleep—a tale of non-replication.Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Pólya would have been proudWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- The emergence of modern astronomy – a complex mosaic: Part LIIThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- The Bogdanov-Takens bifurcation, part 2Hydrobates
- Krull dimension of Laurent series ringsAleph Zero Categorical
- BB Ballistic CoefficientsMath Encounters Blog
- Some good news: AAAI senior membership 2021Algorithmics, Social choice, Market Design, and Other Topics
- One dose or two? This epidemiologist suggests we should follow Bugs Bunny and go for two.Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Sign Relations, Triadic Relations, Relation Theory • Discussion 3Inquiry Into Inquiry
- The Awesome Implicit Neural Representations Highly Technical Reference PageNuit Blanche
- Retired computer science professor argues that decisions are being made by “algorithms that are mathematically incapable of bias.” What does this mean?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The Bogdanov-Takens bifurcationHydrobates
- Most popular posts of 2020John D. Cook
- An Unusual Year, in Picturesin theory
- The Argument Against Quantum Computers – A Very Short IntroductionCombinatorics and more
- One dose of mRNA vaccinesWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Relativistic additionJohn D. Cook
- Logic: A Study Guide — Naive set theoryLogic Matters
- Top Ten Posts of 2020Nick Higham
- Solar NeutrinosAzimuth
- Proof assistants and the future of mathAleph Zero Categorical
- Cox’s (1958) Chestnut: You should not get credit (or blame) for something you didn’t doError Statistics Philosophy
- Last orders at the barSince it is not …
- Azat MiftakhovThe n-Category Café
- A set that is not Lebesgue measurableAleph Zero Categorical
- Present ExchangeDataGenetics
- An update for Fanography.info: description as zero sections of homogeneous vector bundlesPieter Belmans
- Le Detection ClubStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Online Activities 28 December 2020 – 3 January 2021European Set Theory Society
- Galileo’s polygon theoremJohn D. Cook
- Elkik’s Theorem 7Stacks Project Blog
- The handling of the Western mega-fires is another reminder we live in a solution-phobic societyWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Visualizing real roots of a high degree polynomialJohn D. Cook
- “End of novel. Beginning of job.”: That point at which you make the decision to stop thinking and start finishingStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- The Grand Tour of quantum thermodynamicsQuantum Frontiers
- Alex Brands, Tali Pinsky, Lior Silberman – Volumes of hyperbolic...isomorphismes
- Expected number of rootsJohn D. Cook
- Survey of Inquiry Driven Systems • 3Inquiry Into Inquiry
- The Strange Story of the Oxford Covid-19 Vaccine DosingNew APPS: Art, Politics, Philosophy, Science
- Applied circle packingGod plays dice
- Does regression discontinuity (or, more generally, causal identification + statistical significance) make you gullible?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Measure-distanced subsets of an intervalCalculus VII
- Christmas Trilogy 2020 Part 3: The peregrinations of Johannes KThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- I ain’t the lotusStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Neutrino Puzzles (Part 2)Azimuth
- BastermaThe Universe of Discourse
- Homotopically Reduced Paths (Part III)Wild Topology
- Open problem session of HUJI-COMBSEM: Problem #4, Eitan Bachmat: Weighted Statistics for PermutationsCombinatorics and more
- No, this senatorial stock-picking study does not address concerns about insider trading:Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Maybe we should state all days as Eve powersWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Christmas Trilogy 2020 Part 2: Charles brightens up the theatreThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- Little Nemo Meets Lieutenant KijéWest Coast Stat Views (on Observational Epidemiology and more)
- Lars Arge.The Geomblog
- Fields Academy Graduate CoursesNoncommutative Geometry
- Inquiry Driven Systems • Comment 6Inquiry Into Inquiry
- Flaxman et al. respond to criticisms of their estimates of effects of anti-coronavirus policiesStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Merry Christmas, y’allGod plays dice
- Christmas Trilogy 2020 Part 1: Where did all that money come from Isaac?The Renaissance Mathematicus
- P < NP In Our Stockings?Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Neutrino Puzzles (Part 1)Azimuth
- Large matrices rarely have saddlepointsJohn D. Cook
- Slowest Sorting AlgorithmsComputational Complexity
- A Christmas card, from a small corner of CambridgeLogic Matters
- “Dream Investigation Results: Official Report by the Minecraft Speedrunning Team”Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Memories of Peter NeumannPeter Cameron's Blog
- Optimized Piecewise Linear Model Using ExcelMath Encounters Blog
- 246B, Notes 1: Zeroes, poles, and factorisation of meromorphic functionsWhat's new
- 246B, Notes 1: Zeroes, poles, and factorisation of meromorphic functionsWhat's new
- Fortnightly links (119)Pieter Belmans
- Update on IEEE’s refusal to issue correctionsStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Next Phil Stat Forum: January 7: D. Mayo: Putting the Brakes on the Breakthrough (or “How I used simple logic to uncover a flaw in …..statistical foundations”)Error Statistics Philosophy
- Premio a la mejor entrada de la Edición 11.6: «Conjeturas» del Carnaval de MatemáticasGaussianos
- Red Team prepublication review updateStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Until Next YearNo Hesitations
- Best Webinar Awards, V (Newcomers and Recap)No Hesitations
- Best Webinar Awards, IV (SoFiE)No Hesitations
- Publication: an author’s viewPeter Cameron's Blog
- Wot no new blog post, but it’s WednesdayThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- Homotopically Reduced Paths (Part II)Wild Topology
- BREAKING: MasterClass Announces NEW Class on Science of Sleep by Neuroscientist & Sleep Expert Matthew Walker – Available NOWStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Theoretical Physics in the 21st CenturyAzimuth
- Freedom for Azat Miftakhov!Mathematics without Apologies, by Michael Harris
- How many infectious people are likely to show up at an event?Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- No, It’s Not a Prisoner’s Dilemma (the second in a continuing series):Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Calculando radiosGaussianos
- What Is a Modified Cholesky Factorization?Nick Higham
- The case for moving to a red stateShtetl-Optimized
- Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021Azimuth
- Winter Solstice 2020Rhapsody in Numbers
- Hardware Beyond Backpropagation: a Photonic Co-Processor for Direct Feedback AlignmentNuit Blanche
- Time for a breakFreakonometrics
- The NeurIPS 2020 broader impacts experimentStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- To Cheer You Up in Difficult Times 15: Yuansi Chen Achieved a Major Breakthrough on Bourgain’s Slicing Problem and the Kannan, Lovász and Simonovits ConjectureCombinatorics and more
- Online Activities 21-27 DecemberEuropean Set Theory Society
- Publishing in AntarcticaStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- Climate FinanceNo Hesitations
- A generalization of sine and cosineJohn D. Cook
- The solar year ends and starts with a great conjunctionThe Renaissance Mathematicus
- "Book review in the groves of academe is not for the faint-hearted."isomorphismes
- Alternate d4 labellingDataGenetics
- A connected topology for the integersJohn D. Cook
- Best Webinar Awards, III (IAAE)No Hesitations
- More on the Heckman curveStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
- DSP Alum Justin Romberg Awarded IEEE Kilby Medal[UNTITLED BLOG]
- IEEE Signal Processing Magazine Best Paper Award[UNTITLED BLOG]
- Dr Jill BidenComputational Complexity
- Diffraction-unlimited imaging based on conventional optical devicesNuit Blanche
- Risk aversion is not a thingStatistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science