This via HN today: Probability and Statistics Cookbook.
I’m watching Unit II: Lec 9 | MIT Calculus Revisited: Single Variable Calculus and my mate Herb says that he uses the word “on” the closed interval [a,b] and “in” the open interval (a,b). Thanks Herb. :)
This via HN today: What time-weighted averages are and why you should care. Looks really interesting! Wish I had time to read it closely…
This on lobste.rs today: How you average numbers matters.
I was referred to Data Visualization With Matplotlib and Seaborn on #lobsters today.
How the Axiom of Choice Gives Sizeless Sets | Infinite Series. “The size of the set can’t be zero and it can’t be non zero.” Figures.
I love a little pop Gödel: What Gödel Discovered.
An article Don’t Compare Averages from Martin Fowler has lots of good info about data visualisation techniques.
So I found my way to the a Mathematics article on Wikipedia. Good reading!