I’m a PhD student in statistics at Carnegie Mellon University, after previously earning my BSc in physics at the University of Texas at Austin while doing research on statistical methods to detect unexpected radioactive sources using mobile detectors. When I’m bored I write (as shown below), read, or write computer programs which do amusing things.
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Statistics Done Wrong, a guide to the many ways that statistics is abused in science. No prior statistical knowledge required. Soon to be available as a book!
ipbLatex, an Invision Power Board plugin to support embedded LaTeX mathematics. (No longer maintained.)