- The Unix-Haters Handbook (1994)
- 25 years of coding, and I’m just beginning
- Update to d3’s selection.join
- Making sense of principal component analysis, eigenvectors & eigenvalues - Cross Validated
- Why isn’t the internet more fun and weird?
- The Route of a Text Message
- Simple Made Easy
- Identification of Transcription Factor Binding Sites using ATAC-seq
- No One Is Prepared for Hagfish Slime
- ATAC-Seq analysis reveals a widespread decrease of chromatin accessibility in age-related macular degeneration
- Genome-wide footprinting: ready for prime time?
Started but Discontinued
Why do popular and apparently smart authors continue to fall for confirmation bias and survivorship bias? I understand that they have to create a positive story but that doesn’t have to be at the expense of creating frustrating simplistic narratives. This review nicely captures many of my thoughts.
Bunch of ramblings without a coherent narrative. Some interesting ideas here and there but not worth reading if you are interested in learning about Darwin and/or Evolution.