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Introducing Pycro-Manager

Henry Pinkard / May 14, 2020

This article cross-posted fromIntroducing Pycro-Manager May 14, 2020  |   Henry Pinkard   |   Image.sc Forum ___________________________

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You don't snooze, you bruise

Sara Stoudt / May 10, 2020

This article cross-posted from You don't snooze, you bruise May 10, 2020  |  Sara Stoudt  |  Berkeley Science Review ___________________________   Lack of sleep can reduce pain tolerance and lead to higher temperature sensitivity.

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Bayesians v. Frequentists: A Tale as Old as Time

Sara Stoudt / April 27, 2020

This article cross-posted from Bayesians v. Frequentists: A Tale as Old as Time  April 27, 2020   |   Sara Stoudt   |  Ecology for the Masses ___________________________

Model Mis-specification: All The Ways Things Can Go Wrong…

Sara Stoudt / March 19, 2020

This article cross-posted withModel Mis-specification: All The Ways Things Can Go Wrong… March 19, 2020  |  Sara Stoudt  |  Ecology for the Masses ___________________________

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Life as a new I4H Data Science Health Innovation Fellow: Navigating the complex world of US healthcare to find solutions for unmet patient needs

/ March 7, 2020

This article cross-posted with Life as a new I4H Data Science Health Innovation Fellow March 7, 2020  |  Leonard Apeltsin, et al  |  Innovate For Health Blog ___________________________

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Predicting Neighborhood Change Using Big Data and Machine Learning: Potential and Pitfalls

Karen Chapple / February 26, 2020

BIDS welcomes this guest blog post from Karen Chapple, co-founder of Berkeley's Urban Displacement Project:

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What's the deal with p-values and their friend, the confidence interval?

Sara Stoudt / February 13, 2020

Much of ecological research involves making a decision. Does implementing a particular management strategy significantly increase the species diversity of a region? Is the amount of tree cover significantly associated with the number of deer? Do bigger individuals of a species tend to have longer life expectancies?

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Creating intelligent microscopes: deep learning for single-shot autofocus microscopy

Henry Pinkard / December 10, 2019

A novel computational imaging autofocusing system for microscopes has been created utilizing an off-the-shelf LED and a machine learning algorithm that incorporates optical physics knowledge in its design.

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rOpenSci Announces a New Award From The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to Improve the Scientific Package Ecosystem for R

Karthik Ram / November 20, 2019

This article is cross-posted fromrOpenSci Announces a New Award From The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to Improve the Scientific Package Ecosystem for R November 6, 2019   |   Karthik Ram   |   ROpenSci Blog

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