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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Ken Robson tagged math

Binary is a base 2 numbering system that computers use. When we do something in the computer, for example, if we press the letter N, it will receive the binary equivalent, in ASCII most likely (This is not entirely true, but for the sake of simplicity…). I will try to teach you binary as well as I possibly can.

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GGobi is an open source visualization program for exploring high-dimensional data. It provides highly dynamic and interactive graphics such as tours, as well as familiar graphics such as the scatterplot, barchart and parallel coordinates plots. Plots are

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When Lenny [Susskind] and Alessandro [Tomasiello] invited me to speak here, I said, "I'll be delighted to, as long you realize that my understanding of string theory is about at the level of Brian Greene's TV show." There's a relevant joke -- I don't know

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Gnuplot is a command-line driven program for producing 2D and 3D plots. Although it doesn't have as many features as some of the commerical mathematical software available, it isn't as complex to use as packages such as Mathematica or Matlab. It is ideal

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Turn your data and functions into professional-looking graphs with Gnuplot 4.0, a freely distributed plotting tool. In this article, get a hands-on guide to gnuplot that emphasizes the idioms you'll need to use this tool effectively.

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Before going further about how Bayesian filters work, let’s take a look at the history and the theory behind Bayesianism. The Bayesian theory was named after Reverend Thomas Bayes, a renowned British mathematician who lived in the 18th century.

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Many man made and naturally occurring phenomena, including city sizes, incomes, word frequencies, and earthquake magnitudes, are distributed according to a power-law distribution. A power-law implies that small occurrences are extremely common, whereas...

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This page lists online resources for collecting and processing crypto-strength randomness.

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