A bag of tweets / July 2011

2011-07-28

Here is the latest bag of tweets*, which covers July 2011.

(*) These are interesting news that I found on Twitter and that I archive periodically.

  • @hadleywickham: my #rstats tool chain: http://bit.ly/qP1iWU (28 Jul)
  • @zyxo: RT @data_nerd: The Four Stages of “Getting” Twitter http://ow.ly/5ONwq (From last year but still very relevant to #Twitter) #GreatRead (28 Jul)
  • @wesmckinn: New blog post on some of my latest work! GroupBy-fu: improvements in grouping and aggregating data in pandas http://t.co/mwed7hw #scipy (28 Jul)
  • @TeXtip: Installing TeX fonts as system fonts on OS X http://ow.ly/5OlJh via @jbendeaton (28 Jul)
  • @drewconway: Data Mining for Theorists http://bit.ly/oWJm3y working paper uses lasso to estimate theoretical predictions of strategic choice (28 Jul)
  • @MeSH_r: Relative survival: a useful tool to assess generalisability in longitudinal studies of health ... http://goo.gl/qZ0xw #epidemiology (28 Jul)
  • @kshameer: RT @aridhia 'Most accurate #genetic map to date is published' via @wellcometrust http://t.co/aJrts5d #genomics #biomedinfo (27 Jul)
  • @tim_yates: ActiveWeb is a framework for building web applications in Java. Inspired by Ruby on Rails http://bit.ly/nPu6hA (via @oceanician) (27 Jul)
  • @pythonprogram: List Comprehensions #PythonTutorial: A list comprehension provides a compact way of mapping a… http://goo.gl/fb/bccm8 (26 Jul)
  • @dibblego: Functional Programming in Scala coming to you soon http://t.co/fkBtDne (26 Jul)
  • @climagic: sort -R /usr/share/dict/words | head -1 # Pick a random word. This is how I came up with toasties in the last example. (26 Jul)
  • @planetpython: Ian Ozsvald: High Performance Python tutorial v0.2 (from EuroPython 2011) http://bit.ly/pKnNLg (26 Jul)
  • @JanWillemTulp: "Statistical #Graphics vs. #InfoVis" in online volume of Statistical Computing & Graphics http://j.mp/pMRIAQ (contribution of @eagereyes) (26 Jul)
  • @DataMiningTips: An old review reflecting common Data Mining mistakes. at Keith ... http://bit.ly/nmvdar (26 Jul)
  • @analyticbridge: Big data analytics made easy: Radoop (by Ingo Mierswa: http://ning.it/olnmIf (26 Jul)
  • @mikedewar: Added a histogram example to #d3py: http://t.co/WhDh28W. d3 is freaking awesome (javascript is turning out to be quite fun, too) (25 Jul)
  • @alexablag: I wasn't aware of this R book http://t.co/0SjPfj3 Apparently, it's available for free (as in free beer, not in GNU sense). (23 Jul)
  • @pypi: pysurfer 0.1: PySurfer: Python / FreeSurfer / Mayavi2 for brain imaging http://bit.ly/q9vkAo (23 Jul)
  • @arik0n: Hidden features of Python http://t.co/2D7vglN (23 Jul)
  • @Chris_Evelo: RT @reactome: Version 2.2 of the GeneMANIA Cytoscape plugin and command line tools has been released, http://pages.genemania.org/tools/ (22 Jul)
  • @EpgntxEinstein: New update of Epigenome Atlas from the Roadmap group http://t.co/t52nmsS #epigenetics #epigenome (22 Jul)
  • @spolsky: Also, John @Siracusa's long review of OS X Lion in ars technical is EPIC. http://t.co/cUsQHIO (22 Jul)
  • @wesmckinn: New blog post: A Roadmap for Rich Scientific Data Structures in Python: http://t.co/dPyrqD8 . Or maybe it's a manifesto! #scipy #python (22 Jul)
  • @Chris_Evelo: RT @sbmlnews: Newly released free SBMLToolbox 4.0 for MATLAB adds fixes & new features (incl. SBML L3v1 Core support): http://bit.ly/q0GjXN (21 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: glu-genetics: Tools to store, clean, and analyze GWAS data http://bit.ly/pzb3KQ #bioinformatics (21 Jul)
  • @druvus: ISMB/ECCB 2011 proceedings papers are online http://t.co/CkERlvb #ismb (21 Jul)
  • @hadleywickham: my new academic portfolio: http://bit.ly/n4R3qL - built with #rstats (21 Jul)
  • @salfordsystems: Paper on Fast Sparse Regression & Classification by Jerome Friedman http://ow.ly/5Jc0O (21 Jul)
  • @cemerick: Rummage v0.0.2 (Clojure API for AWS SimpleDB) released to maven central. http://bit.ly/dWF31s (Thanks to @neotyk for rummage's first patch!) (21 Jul)
  • @Wiley_Stats: Did you know many of our books have downloadable MATLAB extras? Browse our selection here http://ow.ly/5I1YH (20 Jul)
  • @JanWillemTulp: If you're into #Processing, the teaching resources by Daniel Shiffman (@shiffman) is a tremendously useful resource: http://j.mp/nUjWqT (20 Jul)
  • @sclopit: Towards Open-Text Semantic Parsing via Multi-Task Learning of Structured Embeddings. (arXiv:1107.3663v1 [cs.AI]) http://t.co/NbF74vo (20 Jul)
  • @aaronquinlan: pre-compiled binaries for the most widely-used UCSC tools: http://t.co/52lE3CT (20 Jul)
  • @ogrisel: Are you a hacker? Do you plan to visit Paris end of September? Submit a talk at #OSDCFR 2011 http://bit.ly/n7dK5S - deadline August 10 (20 Jul)
  • @EpiExperts: Despite "Nature vs Nurture" title, Boston Globe review of Richard Francis' book #Epigenetics gets it right http://bo.st/qQhOPK (19 Jul)
  • @StatFact: Statistical search for cancer biomarkers http://ow.ly/5I95D (19 Jul)
  • @coda: #effectivescala Decompile your compiled Scala classes using scalap, javap, or JD-GUI. Learn what specific abstractions cost. (19 Jul)
  • @gappy3000: Old and New Matrix Algebra Useful for Statistics http://ow.ly/5I36D #mathematics#statistics (19 Jul)
  • @kinggary: "Comparative Effectiveness of Matching Methods for Causal Inference" for polmeth conference http://j.mp/jCpWmk (19 Jul)
  • @StatFact: Four views of statistics: Frequentist, Bayesian, Likelihood, Information-Theoretic http://goo.gl/iZEOu (19 Jul)
  • @ajlopez: Introduction to Logic Programming with Clojure http://bit.ly/oJ14Vi (18 Jul)
  • @kshameer: LdCompare: rapid computation of single- and multiple-marker r2 and genetic coverage http://ff.im/-I4nLd (18 Jul)
  • @kshameer: The road to genome-wide association studies. http://ff.im/-I4nLe (18 Jul)
  • @JanWillemTulp: Slides of the #ICWSM #Gephi tutorial posted: http://j.mp/n6ZSWl http://j.mp/npQgbd http://gephi.org/ (18 Jul)
  • @mndoci: Hadn't noticed the github wiki for the E. coli crowdsourced analysis http://t.co/X2cRZG0 (18 Jul)
  • @yannabraham: Special Issue: Computational Methods for Drug Repurposing http://t.co/Cu5p3Wm #bioinformatics (18 Jul)
  • @drlawson: Fascinating ... are we all synaesthetic? RT @newscientist: humanity's 1st language is still etched in our brains bit.ly/n4AYCR (18 Jul)
  • @newscientist: What -apart from the visually obvious- have salt and cocaine got in common? Addiction pathways > http://t.co/gpjec1q (18 Jul)
  • @JanWillemTulp: Great #HTML5 experiments by Hakim El Hattab (@hakimel) http://j.mp/c1dMbZ (18 Jul)
  • @druvus: Tracking cheating students: A Computer Scientist in a Business School http://zite.to/oi6ovY (18 Jul)
  • @geomblog: New post: Axioms of Clustering http://bit.ly/qdu2xJ (18 Jul)
  • @kshameer: Assessing the function of genetic variants in candidate gene association studies. http://ff.im/-I2Mxr (17 Jul)
  • @kshameer: Liked "SNP-SIG: Identification and annotation of SNPs in the context of structure, function, and disease" http://ff.im/-I2LGb (17 Jul)
  • @icwsm: This year's papers are available at http://www.aaai.org/Library/ICWSM/icwsm11contents.php http://fb.me/FZWIq0ye (17 Jul)
  • @druvus: K-tree is a tree structured clustering algorithm http://zite.to/qVuJmx (17 Jul)
  • @ajlopez: Natural Language Processing With Prolog in the IBM Watson System (pdf) http://bit.ly/nrQ5Si (17 Jul)
  • @StackTeX: Can TeXLive pretest be upgraded to official edition? http://bit.ly/oiUFXT #texlive (17 Jul)
  • @kshameer: Heritability in the genomics era — concepts and misconceptions http://ff.im/-I0XHy (16 Jul)
  • @druvus: I should do some effort and contribute to Debian Med http://t.co/unl13NA #ubuntu #bioinformatics (16 Jul)
  • @eddelbuettel: Darren Wilkinson just updated his Gibbs sampler comparison (http://goo.gl/Mip49) following my Rcpp variant (http://goo.gl/b8UdP) #rstats (16 Jul)
  • @druvus: biomanycores is a repository of open-source parallel #bioinformatics code http://t.co/g5kSDF9 #gpu (16 Jul)
  • @druvus: Goby files claims to be 80-90% smaller than an equivalent BAM file http://t.co/cK0XQuK #ngs #sequencing (16 Jul)
  • @druvus: GemSIM is a software package for generating realistic simulated next-generation sequencing reads with quality score http://t.co/OJh6ldE #ngs (16 Jul)
  • @druvus: PLoS Biology: Genomics of Emerging Infectious Disease: A PLoS Collection http://t.co/5Rt30au (16 Jul)
  • @JohnDCook: New book: Python 3 Web Development Beginner's Guide http://ow.ly/5G2Id // Using CherryPy. Low-level, no framework. (16 Jul)
  • @SciPyTip: New book: Python Testing Cookbook http://ow.ly/5G2Ad (16 Jul)
  • @hadleywickham: anyone want to write an #rstat binding to http://bit.ly/mSnMW6 ? would be great to work with markdown from R (16 Jul)
  • @arnabdotorg: To those checking out pdf.cx, features: #p[pagenum] points to a page & copy paste to point to exact text clips, like http://t.co/lBUZinE (16 Jul)
  • @timwee: google visualization library with R, looks nice http://t.co/xROCuEM (16 Jul)
  • @SciPyTip: RT @fonnesbeck: A quick summary of some of the cooler features in iPython 0.11 http://bit.ly/nQ2amK #SciPy2011 (15 Jul)
  • @HarlanH: #Rstats Anyone used Data Mining with R (DMwR) package? Especially SMOTE for oversampling minority classes? (15 Jul)
  • @CompSciFact: "There are only two kinds of languages: the ones people complain about and the ones nobody uses." -- Bjarne Stroustrup (15 Jul)
  • @milessabin: Journal of Functional Programming from 2009/10 available as pdf free of charge (for a while) http://t.co/Va7vzmE & http://t.co/y0ifdTZ (15 Jul)
  • @mxlearn: Graph and Network Analysis. Tutorial, datasets and code http://bit.ly/qQn0rW (15 Jul)
  • @BioStarQuestion: how to measure heritability with #GWAS or genome-wide pedigree data? http://goo.gl/fb/02kVh #inheritable (15 Jul)
  • @Bill_Gardner: Epidemiology, by XKCD. http://xkcd.com/925/ (15 Jul)
  • @eddelbuettel: New blog post: MCMC and faster Gibbs Sampling using Rcpp, more at http://goo.gl/b8UdP #rstats (15 Jul)
  • @planet_lisp: Clozure CL Blog: Clozure CL 1.7 prerelease available for testing http://tinyurl.com/6ekmulo (15 Jul)
  • @BioStarQuestion: Retrieving all abstracts and searching for gene names http://goo.gl/fb/PNxQk #abstract #retrieval #datamining (15 Jul)
  • @ogrisel: Python for brain mining: (neuro)science with state of the art machine learning and data visualization http://t.co/qXrb5S4 #scipy2011 (15 Jul)
  • @Wiley_Stats: Sign up to our email list to access free online book chapter downloads http://ow.ly/5Bc0b (14 Jul)
  • @eagereyes: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Visual.ly But Were Afraid to Ask (title subject to change, conditions apply): http://t.co/ApKxDCu (14 Jul)
  • @climagic: If you want to understand more about how a program knows if a file type is correct, read about magic file numbers: http://bit.ly/oGWfBj (13 Jul)
  • @eagereyes: Visual.ly has launched! Bringing together infographics and visualization in exciting new ways. http://t.co/uTXrWDO @Visually (13 Jul)
  • @kshameer: A tutorial on statistical methods for population association studies http://ff.im/-HQwUf (13 Jul)
  • @kshameer: Genome-wide association studies for complex traits: consensus, uncertainty and challenges http://ff.im/-HQwUg (13 Jul)
  • @irr: 12 Bash For Loop Examples for Your Linux Shell Scripting http://post.ly/2PMfT (12 Jul)
  • @bigdata: 2 recent papers on MapReduce & Clustering from @CarnegieMellon http://goo.gl/Vg5iM & @IllinoisCS http://goo.gl/tSr7G #hadoop (12 Jul)
  • @DataMiningTips: Dice - A Random Algorithm Library for Data Mining http://bit.ly/oIv2wX #kdnuggets (12 Jul)
  • @kinggary: ReadMe: Software for Automated Content Analysis (new version) http://ow.ly/5CCMH #rstats (12 Jul)
  • @mariofusco: Standard #ML, #OCaml, #Scala, #Haskell: a side-by-side reference sheet http://t.co/FqL4tKC (12 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Download 69 Complete Human Genomes http://t.co/Awdh3GF (12 Jul)
  • @nicolastorzec: datacatalogs.org, a comprehensive list of open government data catalogs curated by experts, officially launched: http://t.co/SFmRzgX (12 Jul)
  • @MarcodelToro1: check out my latest #blog post on #cloud computing and #epidemiology http://bit.ly/pb8q0T (12 Jul)
  • @benm: Edit your files with sudo from Emacs when you're already logged in: http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/sudo-ext.el (12 Jul)
  • @ETSresearch: Report considers approaches to using ETS's e-rater automated essay scoring engine on #TOEFL writing test http://bit.ly/proFy1 #ELL #NLP (12 Jul)
  • @pythonprogram: Exercises Yva Python Computer Science: Here are some exercises for you to try on your own 1… http://goo.gl/fb/Vcevu (12 Jul)
  • @flinklabs: Very detailed post on Slopegraphs ala Tufte & Fry http://t.co/xgm0HWa #dataviz (12 Jul)
  • @irr: The most useful GCC options and extensions http://post.ly/2O08o (12 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Analysis of SNPs in gene deserts http://t.co/yQXVYTf good #bioinformatics Q&A w/ @kshameer @larry_parnell @seandavis12 (12 Jul)
  • @EdwardTufte: Sparkline (a statistical graphic) appearances in #Google results and #Excel http://t.co/XDBd49H #sparkline #dataviz #Tufte #charts #graph (12 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Biodoop: #Bioinformatics on #Hadoop (PDF): http://bit.ly/o6qA4y (12 Jul)
  • @planetpython: Jacob Perkins: Programming Collective Intelligence Review http://bit.ly/o8C3Hm (12 Jul)
  • @berndweiss: nice blog post! RT @cdsamii: Notes on regression discontinuity designs and analysis http://bit.ly/pbGaDg (12 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Overview of the Hadoop/MapReduce/HBase framework and current applications in #bioinformatics http://bit.ly/onvDrD #OA (11 Jul)
  • @drewconway: Material from Gael Varoquaux's scikits.learn tutorial on statistical learning in Python http://bit.ly/p31fDI #SciPy2011 (11 Jul)
  • @EpidemiologyLWW: Erratum: At the Intersection of Public-Health Informatics and Bioinformatics: Using Advanced Web Technologies fo... http://bit.ly/qlfZKO (11 Jul)
  • @fjnogales: Top 10 Algorithms of the 20th Century (with greatest influence in science and engineering) http://bit.ly/np6oAD via @SIAMconnect (11 Jul)
  • @maxplanckpress: Foxp2: the gene for language that also wires your brain, Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Psycholinguistics, Oxford Uni, http://t.co/hxctlju (11 Jul)
  • @drewconway: Code from Abie Flaxman's human development index example with PyMC http://bit.ly/rqmrFE #SciPy2011 (11 Jul)
  • @hadleywickham: finally found a copy of Brinton's "Graphic presentation" (http://bit.ly/qee0QN) - and it's not print on demand. Woot! (12 Jul)
  • @adomode: ado-mode-1.11.2.1 ready: http://t.co/1NRBaUA. Can now send to Stata via "include" instead of "do" so that local macros stay defined. (11 Jul)
  • @DataJunkie: RT @andymurd: Free book on Bayesian Reasoning and Machine Learning http://t.co/mnBjdPz (11 Jul)
  • @joe_hellerstein: MADlib, our OSS library of parallel in-DB statistical methods and machine learning, just went beta. http://bit.ly/q20VKB Getting serious! (11 Jul)
  • @vgoklani: nice Python based tutorial on Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA) http://t.co/9X3YG4g #Python #semantic (11 Jul)
  • @kinggary: "Using Anchoring Vignettes to Assess Group Differences in General Self-Rated Health" http://ow.ly/5AS2w (11 Jul)
  • @benoitc: ups looks interesting. Anyone tested it ? http://t.co/xoalnjw (11 Jul)
  • @bigdata: Looks cool: Scientific Computing & Statistics in the cloud (e.g. R + CRAN, Python, C or C++) w/ @Cloudnumberscom http://goo.gl/v1gEC (11 Jul)
  • @science3point0: Twitter As A Public Health Tool! http://t.co/kL7AQtA (10 Jul)
  • @DataJunkie: @BrockTibert @jeffreybreen Pang and Lee has a free book on Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis: http://t.co/EmUibva (10 Jul)
  • @cmastication: Any of you #rstats folks played with crdata yet? http://t.co/YZCcbA2 (10 Jul)
  • @DataMiningTips: Mulan: an open-source Java library for learning from multi-label data http://bit.ly/pCEk0S #kdnuggets (10 Jul)
  • @RWW: ReadWriteHack: 5 Free E-Books on Haskell http://rww.to/qXs7Ph (10 Jul)
  • @kshameer: RT @jeff_hayes What are the Priorities for Public Health Genomics 2012-2017? http://bit.ly/p4v3Kz (9 Jul)
  • @yokofakun: Storing SNPs in a HDF5 file: my notebook http://ff.im/HyvgU (9 Jul)
  • @aria42: Check out our #clojure library for compactly specifying/checking data shape (e.g. map of strings to ints): http://t.co/Y0pHpS7 (9 Jul)
  • @aria42: Check out our #clojure library for compactly specifying/checking data shape (e.g. map of strings to ints): http://t.co/Y0pHpS7 (9 Jul)
  • @DataMiningTips: Autonomous Intelligent Systems: Multi-Agents and Data Mining ... http://bit.ly/pXhBko (9 Jul)
  • @brendan642: there is #rstats code in this NYT photo http://t.co/vmAYZOr on bad programs causing bad medicine. would love to see those slides (9 Jul)
  • @kshameer: Answer by Khader Shameer for How much of genome is captured by a GWAS? http://ff.im/-HwXVt (9 Jul)
  • @Rapid_I: The next big thing in data analytics: RapidMiner + Hadoop = Radoop. Learn more about the integration of... http://fb.me/ZaYKXnek (9 Jul)
  • @sscdotopen: Ouch, #graphlab beating my experimental distributed matrix factorization in #mahout http://t.co/vvgm4dK (8 Jul)
  • @bradfordcross: Seems interesting. "The essence of ML type inference" [pdf]. http://t.co/affzmCw (8 Jul)
  • @cemerick: .@briancarper's chapter on using RDBMS from Clojure is making me want to work w/ an RDBMS for the 1st time in years. http://oreil.ly/hpJFFt (8 Jul)
  • @planetpython: Corey Goldberg: Python - processing GMail IMAP email http://bit.ly/qOhaDL (8 Jul)
  • @KU_CRMDA: Are you testing a scale for differential item functioning? Have you identified anchor items? If not, check out... http://fb.me/WC9z3SHd (8 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: PLoS Genet: Linking #GWAS signals to biological function http://bit.ly/nopAvw (Sanger Inst press release: http://bit.ly/o667ZV) (8 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: RT @vubush: For those interested in Evolutionary Computing, the EvoBIO conference put out a call for papers @evobio2012 http://t.co/W82clrF (8 Jul)
  • @JohnDCook: A rough guide to JVM languages http://oreil.ly/pzJKwI (8 Jul)
  • @jakehofman: goldenorb, an open source clone of google's pregel project for large-scale graph computation: http://bit.ly/n8anQF (8 Jul)
  • @GraphLabAPI: Extended Graphlab tech report: http://t.co/qvLxDh8 comparing performance to Hadoop/Mahout and MPI (8 Jul)
  • @newscientist: Identical twins reveal role of environmental factors in autism http://bit.ly/nMpHAp (8 Jul)
  • @yannabraham: #perl vs #python flame war http://t.co/aHVweA2 (8 Jul)
  • @benoitc: interesting toolkit for working with CSV http://t.co/Kqns6Uj #python (7 Jul)
  • @DataMiningTips: Handbook of Educational Data Mining http://bit.ly/qKi9ZD (7 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Good question ;) RT @BioStarQuestion: Get all the Genes in a #Pathway (e.g. #KEGG) http://goo.gl/fb/D67uY #GWAS #Bioinformatics (7 Jul)
  • @jrecursive: Fully Bayesian Computing - http://is.gd/lv8BoC (PDF) (6 Jul)
  • @StackTeX: How can I draw a chart in the economist style with pgfplots? http://bit.ly/n5zCfl #tikzpgf (6 Jul)
  • @medriscoll: Introducing a new visualization framework for Javascript, D3.js: "Three Little Circles" http://t.co/DZI2CYy (via @mbostock) (6 Jul)
  • @BioStarQuestion: Getting tab-delimited PMIDs and abstracts from #Pubmed http://goo.gl/fb/s8fJM #pmid #query #metaanalysis (6 Jul)
  • @BioStarQuestion: #SNP Query from UCSC http://goo.gl/fb/y6pmC #dbsnp (6 Jul)
  • @visualisingdata: Stephen Few heaps praise (!) on the work of @moritz_stefaner and @jcukier (et al) for OECD Better Life Index http://bit.ly/nhI1mc (6 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Good answers on this one RT @BioStarQuestion: Database of disease statistics? http://goo.gl/fb/skngh #bioinformatics (6 Jul)
  • @bigdata: Good essay on statistical charts (explore what can be got out of the data) & infovis (draw attention to wider issues) http://goo.gl/fDZEZ (6 Jul)
  • @JohnDCook: New perspective on genetics vs environment http://bit.ly/m51P4l // don't know what I think of it, but it's interesting (6 Jul)
  • @neilfws: In 4 Steps your Application (including R) is running on a Cloud Computing Cluster http://bit.ly/kWR61G #greader (6 Jul)
  • @newsycombinator: MIT 6.006: Algorithms in Python http://j.mp/kUOKAV (5 Jul)
  • @neilfws: Summarizing next-gen sequencing variation statistics with Hadoop using Cascalog http://bit.ly/lOVrNN #greader (5 Jul)
  • @johnmyleswhite: Finally found a book on Measure Theory I like: http://amzn.to/jHHlpW (5 Jul)
  • @gappy3000: On @Quora: What is the favorite programming language of great computer scientists? Answer: http://qr.ae/716l9 (5 Jul)
  • @TeXtip: RT @ReaderMeter: Source code and examples from my "beauty of LaTeX" article are now available on GitHub: http://bit.ly/msTZKB #XeTeX (5 Jul)
  • @pythonprogram: Decorator Arguments Versus Function Annotations Python Object Oriented Programming… http://goo.gl/fb/Y9zdu (5 Jul)
  • @kshameer: RT @ewanbirney Bayesian vs Frequentist statistics in bioinformatics. A pragmatists' view. http://t.co/pMvXr0x (5 Jul)
  • @ResearchChat: PD: Statistical Modelling of Large & Complex Data Sets : Item Response Theory; Multilevel Analysis - https://ksiresearch.com/ #ResearchChat (5 Jul)
  • @mxlearn: Gradient Boosted Decision Trees in Python? http://bit.ly/mMzKuw (4 Jul)
  • @gappy3000: Survey of graphical models by Wainwright and Jordan: http://t.co/yrPXEOV (HT@brendan642) #machinelearning #bayes (4 Jul)
  • @BioStarQuestion: How significant a link to #autism, if any, is established by this disease network graph. http://goo.gl/fb/7AIiN #neanderthal #dna #cnv (4 Jul)
  • @pdxleif: Sweet! Graphs are going to be in Scala's (extended) core library! http://t.co/m8lSrXp No support for infinite graphs, though - how sad! (4 Jul)
  • @brendan642: @gappy3000 way ago you were asking about graphical models. this first chapter has nice examples, tho rest is specialized http://t.co/yrPXEOV (4 Jul)
  • @moritz_stefaner: Geek dads are best! Color blindness test images made with processing by @driven_by_data http://t.co/m4zAocf (4 Jul)
  • @planet_lisp: ABCL Dev: Upcoming release (0.26) http://tinyurl.com/64q7z7d (4 Jul)
  • @PeterFlomStat: RT @cmprsk: RT hmm, that pairs method in #rstats sure is useful for visualization http://t.co/R38M4JH http://bit.ly/lo6q8T (4 Jul)
  • @mxlearn: Learning an absolute order from pairwise comparisons? http://bit.ly/jPGuEv (4 Jul)
  • @SmartTypes: Machined Learnings: LDA on a Social Graph - http://icio.us/6L1Qu1 (4 Jul)
  • @CompSciFact: MIT introduction to computer science [PDF] http://ow.ly/5vGke (4 Jul)
  • @abhishektiwari: The Future of Hadoop in Bioinformatics http://t.co/WdvDS8X (3 Jul)
  • @SmartTypes: WEKA vs Mahout -- http://t.co/HR1q9X7 (3 Jul)
  • @SmartTypes: On @Quora: What are the top 10 data mining or machine learning algorithms? 5 Answers: http://qr.ae/715kE (3 Jul)
  • @VisualizingOrg: Get a sneak peak at a new #dataviz book, Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information by @mslima http://t.co/HaD72P0 (2 Jul)
  • @LifeSciBuff: New approach to link genome-wide association signals to biological function http://t.co/CM2s5Q2 #LifeScience (2 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: Compiling bedtools. Hopefully intersectBed will be faster than massive #SQL joins http://bit.ly/m7wCQB (2 Jul)
  • @MarcodelToro1: 1 in 5 doesn't know he/she has #HIV http://bit.ly/mCLwMx (2 Jul)
  • @dataminelab: Naive Bayes is a mysteriously optimal yet simple algorithm for classifiers and data mining, now we know a bit more why: http://t.co/W8zkBKq (2 Jul)
  • @yannabraham: #PLoS: Data Sharing by Scientists: Practices and Perceptions http://t.co/EOFT0HP (1 Jul)
  • @neilfws: Toyed with writing a brief review of Google+ but @scilib just did a fine job: http://j.mp/iymcdL (1 Jul)
  • @genetics_blog: GWAS of Bipolar Disorder Suggests an Enrichment of Replicable Associations in Regions near Genes http://bit.ly/j5FIkH (1 Jul)
  • @wilbanks: Check out WEAVE, a web-based analysis and viz platform for data. GPL3 licensed. Great for #opendata http://bit.ly/kzVXiZ (1 Jul)
  • @irr: Guide to Programming Clojure For Beginners http://post.ly/2JNrd (1 Jul)
  • @fpedregosa: New version of my machine learning benchmarks: http://t.co/zUOQzYJ (1 Jul)
  • @neilfws: EpiCollect: Linking Smartphones to Web Applications for Epidemiology, Ecology and Community Data Collection http://bit.ly/iBeJkk #citeulike (1 Jul)
  • @flowingdata: Custom maps in Processing http://datafl.ws/1dt (1 Jul)
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