Category Archives: Science

World Listening Day this Sunday, July 18

This Sunday is the World Listening Day, a day set up to celebrate the practice of listening, raise awareness about issues about sound projects, and design and implement educational initiatives. The date is the birthday of R. Murray Schafer, author … Continue reading

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“Data, data everywhere”

I just found a special report from The Economist on data, “Data, data everywhere.” The report deals, in several articles, on the new trend of massive amounts of data available today. They cover mostly the business implications, but also scientific … Continue reading

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An interesting discussion on the p-value

The p-value is one of those important concept in statistics that we all get mixed up (unless you are a statistician I guess). ScienceNow (from AAAS) did an interview with Victor De Gruttola, chair of biostatistics at the Harvard School … Continue reading

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