“An extraordinary coup, one of the greatest kingdoms in India had fallen into the hands of an order of esoteric yogis”
How to bury your treasure:
Great new blog by Steve Shea covering all the neuroscience preprints posted to bioRxiv
For those of you who remember that Mutual Information Coefficient paper, too bad, you probably shouldn’t be using it. Just use Mutual Information instead. (I work with a lot of information theorists and I don’t know anyone who ever even thought about using MIC.)
How to deal with a lot of comparisons: explanation of FDR
k-means clustering in GIF form:
Evolution is a special kind of (machine) learning. See also: Genetic Algorithms
Using slime mold to reengineer Iberian railways. I would have just used a computer.
Best practices for behavioral experiments in headfixed mice. Read and be learned.
Same movie, different posters: