Posts Tagged ‘from’

Noodlesoft – Noodlesoft – Simply Useful Software

October 16, 2018

Hazel

https://www.noodlesoft.com/

FITBIT tracking activity

October 4, 2018

.@Fitbit’s 150 billion hours of heart data reveal secrets about health, by @Pogue
https://finance.Yahoo.com/news/exclusive-fitbits-150-billion-hours-heart-data-reveals-secrets-human-health-133124215.html One interesting observation: “You see heart rate go up before your family reunions, & then tend to really take a long time to come back after it.”
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“Kind of wild to see how starting to use a treadmill — the first regular cardio workouts I’ve ever really gotten — visibly lowered my entire heart-rate range.
Also, it turns out that having kidney stones is bad for you. My heart rate went through the roof both times.
I was surprised and amused, though, to see the second most stressful events on my graph: holiday get-togethers.
“You see the heart rate go up before your family reunions, and then tend to really take a long time to come back after it,” notes McLean. In other words — who knew?? — holidays with the family are not a guarantee of peace, relaxation, and joy.
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portable ultrasound / wearable?

October 4, 2018

It’s a pocket-size ultrasound machine that connects to iphone. I wonder what happens with the data

https://newatlas.com/butterfly-iq-smartphone-ultrasound/51962/

Action potentials

September 29, 2018

https://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/ap.html

Action potentials

September 29, 2018

Data science in industry

September 25, 2018

After @pmarca’s classic 2011 essay “Why Software is Eating the World,” Cohen & @MatthewGranade now posit that “Models Will Run the World” https://www.WSJ.com/articles/models-will-run-the-world-1534716720 Illustrates the transition from computer science to #DataScience HT @WillMeyerson

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The software revolution has transformed business. What’s next? Processes that constantly improve themselves without need of human intervention.

By Steven A. Cohen and Matthew W. Granade
Aug. 19, 2018 6:12 p.m. ET

Marc Andreessen’s essay “Why Software is Eating the World” appeared in this newspaper Aug. 20, 2011. Mr. Andreessen’s analysis was prescient. The companies he identified—Netflix, Amazon, Spotify—did eat their industries. Newer software companies—Didi, Airbnb, Stripe—are also at the table, digging in.
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A nice commentary on the role of data science in industry.

A brief history of data science

September 22, 2018

https://twitter.com/YaleData/status/1043196384403443712

peerage of science

September 13, 2018

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Peerage of Science is a free, portable peer review service that gives initial feedback on manuscripts within 2-3 weeks of submission (and then final feedback after resubmission). Some journals have stated that they officially welcome reviews from Peerage of Science, including BMC Genomics, PLOS Biology, and PLOS One, although they reserve the right to conduct their own round of peer reviews in addition.
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https://www.peerageofscience.org/how-it-works/
https://www.peerageofscience.org/how-it-works/overview/
https://www.peerageofscience.org/review/review-examples/

GTEx sex differential expression paper

September 5, 2018

https://www.nature.com/articles/nature24265
https://bmcbiol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12915-017-0352-z

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TCGA sex differences
https://www.cell.com/cancer-cell/abstract/S1535-6108(16)30111-8

Data science in industry

September 5, 2018

https://www.wsj.com/articles/models-will-run-the-world-1534716720?shareToken=sta12832ebc836483aaaeb4e03a2d48790&ref=article_email_share

A nice commentary on the role of data science in industry.