Use pyndamics to model dynamical systems and fit your data.
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Explore models of synaptic plasticity from molecules to memory with Plasticnet
Here I explore the intersection of science and society, the life and tools of an academic, and anything else that strikes my fancy.
People who externalize the creative influence with a genie or muse easily explain why they can be amazingly creative at one moment and be stuck in the next — the muse simply is not there. Given that humans are inherently story-driven beings there is some value in the short-hand of describing this "other" as an external agent, an effect outside of our immediate control.
Here's a straightforward problem from Quora - probably found in a textbook - but I try to find a new direction to make it more interesting.
If there is a 25% chance …
In his talk about the limitations of science, Rupert Sheldrake lists the "10 dogmas of modern science" (also listed here in text http://wariscrime.com/new/the-ten-dogmas-of-modern-science/). They are:
- Everything …
Here is my TEDxBryantU talk on Skepticism, Probability, and the Guide to Proper Thinking! Even useful for analyzing broken clocks.