1. Software testing in science

    As part of a CiSE submission I'm working on, I interviewed the lead developer on a scientific software package today. This software package is mainly used for evolutionary studies, and has a small but devoted following - ~6 developers and ~12 users locally, plus a few dozen users outside of MSU …

    read more

    There are comments.

  2. Pursuing simplicity

    John Gall apparently said:

    A complex system that works is invariably found to have evolved from a simple system that worked. The inverse proposition also appears to be true: A complex system designed from scratch never works and cannot be made to work. You have to start over, beginning with …
    read more

    There are comments.

  3. Principles and Practices of Scientific Origonology

    heh, this applies to many fields, I think...

    Luis Ibanez
    This presentation is a satire of the current obsession with
    intellectual property, innovation and originality that plagues
    the field of medical image analysis. The presentation makes the
    point that most Journals and Conferences focus on Originality and
    despise Reproducibility and …
    read more

    There are comments.

  4. « Page 11 / 11

    Proudly powered by pelican, which uses python.

    The theme is subtlely modified from one by Smashing Magazine, thanks!

    For more about this blog's author, see the main site or the lab site

    While the author is employed by the University of California, Davis, his opinions are his own and almost certainly bear no resemblance to what UC Davis's official opinion would be, had they any.