Since I know folks interested in both Bayes’ Theorem and nomography, this link might be of interest.
I want to announce that my fellow collaborators in nomography, Joe Marasco and Leif Roschier, and I have a new website called Modern Nomograms to offer posters of new nomograms that we hope will interest people. Our initial posters are nomograms for calculating results from Bayes’ Theorem as described in the next post here, but […]
via New Modern Nomograms Website.
Aigaion, the bibliographic database I’ve been trying out, is now upgraded to V2.2.
Ignite (main site). Five minutes, 20 slides, fifteen seconds each. Kind of like stand-up comedy, karaoke, and PowerPoint, all at once. Started in Seattle, but now expanding to Portland and other cities. To see more, including some great talks that aren’t showcased on the main site, jump to a less-slick presentation of talks from Ignite Portland #5.
Todd, Carlos, and Juan watch Harry relax.
Carlos, Juan, and Craig
The architect’s original sketch of the NGB
In May 2008 five past and present graduate students of Dr. Frank Avignone visit the Neutron Generator Building on the University of South Carolina campus. Here we are checking out our old academic home.