Tag Archives: R

Hacking Sleep, part 1.5

This is just a technical followup to my previous post. I decided I don’t like wapply() for smoothing after all; it seems to be too dependent on the number of data points. So now I’m using a normal-density weighted average … Continue reading

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Hacking Sleep, part 1

For the last two years or so I’ve been struggling with insomnia. I typically go to bed around midnight and get up around 8, but in between I frequently wake up around 3 or 4 and feel like I’m awake … Continue reading

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Readable Graphs

I don’t know how it is for academic scientists in other fields, but me and my computer science colleagues review tons of papers—in 2010 alone I’ve reviewed more than 40 full papers.  As a reviewer, I appreciate anything authors do … Continue reading

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