- Micro posting in December
- Permutation test in Lisp
- Using R from Mathematica
- The unquantified self #31
- Stata: A retrospective
- ArXiving on November 2023
- Micro posting in November
- How I manage my startup shell scripts
- Revisiting Random Forests
- A quick glance at the distribution of Pi digits
- Computing Pi again
- Trying out cl-lsp
- The unquantified self #30
- Micro posting in October
- Neovim and LSP made easy
- A minimalistic Lua-based Neovim config
- More useful Vim tips
- On the use of triplicate in biology
- ArXiving on October 2023
- Neovim revamp
- Rule of three and the Chebyshev inequality
- Micro posting in September
- Null zone vs. error bars
- Confidence intervals and coverage
- Foot terminal for Wayland
- Some interesting R packages
- Helix looks great indeed
- JASP for Bayesian statistics
- ArXiving on September 2023
- Why I like Ubuntu, eventually
- Micro posting in August
- Bayesian power analysis and confidence intervals
- August in review (2)
- August in review
- The unquantified self #29
- Micro posting in July
- Regression and DFBETAS
- Data frames for Racket
- Micro posting in June
- Micro posting in May
- G4Music
- April in review
- Micro posting in April
- Book review: Mathematica
- Using fzf-lua
- Parsing CSV files in Racket
- ArXiving on January 2023
- The unquantified self #28
- Solving OLS problem using SVD
- Micro posting in March
- Welford algorithm in Newlisp
- Fitting an OLS model in Newlisp
- Plotting with Newlisp
- Wilcoxon test in Lisp
- Generating variable names in Lispstat
- Mono color scheme for tty
- Micro posting in February
- February in review
- The unquantified self #27
- Bootstrap t-test
- Python for quick statistical computing
- Using managed functions in sqlite
- Processing large data: Duckdb vs. datatable
- On the sweep operator in regression settings
- Statistical charts using Mathematica
- Dealing with categorical variables in Mathematica
- Stata plot of the week #4
- Biostatistical methods
- Regression diagnostics and influence measures
- Data tables in Python
- A grammar of graphics for Python
- Successful Lisp
- Micro posting in January
- Hash collision
- January in review
- Mathematica for statistics
- Recently