Teaching code, production code, benchmarks and new languages
I’m a bit obsessive with words. May be I should have used learning in the title, rather than teaching code. Or perhaps remembering code. You know? Code where one actually has very clear idea of what is going on; for example, let’s say that we are calculating the average of a bunch of n numbers, […]
It has been month and a half since I compiled a list of statistical/programming internet flotsam and jetsam. That’s all folks.
R, Julia and genome wide selection
— “You are a pussy” emailed my friend. — “Sensu cat?” I replied. — “No. Sensu chicken” blurbed my now ex-friend. What was this about? He read my post on R, Julia and the shiny new thing, which prompted him to assume that I was the proverbial old dog unwilling (or was it unable?) to […]
R, Julia and the shiny new thing
My head exploded a while ago. Perhaps not my head but my brain was all mushy after working every day of March and first week of April; an explanation—as good as any—for the post hiatus. Back to the post title. It is not a mystery that for a while there have been some underlying unhappiness […]