Posts Tagged ‘google’

Google Colab Resources

July 17, 2021

here are some nice resources on how to use Google Colab

Tutorials: (this website will ask you to log in and encourage you to pay to access their articles after a few visits, but just open the website in incognito mode so they can’t track your information)

Cool examples:

‘It will change everything’: DeepMind’s AI makes gigantic leap in solving protein structures

December 4, 2020

How to Disable Google Meet in Gmail on iPhone, Android, and iPad

August 2, 2020,You‘re%20done.
also web browser help too….

closing down google meeting in gmail

May 1, 2020

Changing how Google Drive and Google Photos work together

August 3, 2019

Message header Parser

June 19, 2019

Google Gmail tracks purchase history — how to delete it

May 17, 2019

Google Gmail tracks purchase history — how to delete it

connecting gcontacts in two google accounts

March 2, 2019

43 games you can play with Google Home – CNET

February 9, 2019

Tic tac toe
Number Genie

AlphaFold @ CASP13: “What just happened?”

February 7, 2019

“Let me get the most important question out of the way: is AlphaFold’s advance really significant, or is it more of the same? I would characterize their advance as roughly two CASPs in one (really ~1.8x). Historically progress in CASP has ebbed and flowed, with a ten year period of almost absolute stagnation, finally broken by the advances seen at CASP11 and 12, which were substantial. What we’ve seen this year is roughly twice as much as the recent average rate of advance (measured in mean ΔGDT_TS from CASP10 to CASP12—GDT_TS is a measure of prediction accuracy ranging from 0 to 100, with 100 being perfect.) As I will explain later, there may actually be a good reason for this “two CASPs” effect, in terms of the underlying methodological breakdown. This can be seen not only in the CASP-over-CASP
improvement, but also in terms of the size of the gap between AlphaFold and the second best performer, which is unusually large by CASP standards. Below is a plot that depicts this.”