question for computer programmers 

What, in your opinion, is the most important skill in computer programming? My take: reading documentation.

logic terminology 

@twsh I had to read your question twice (and delete my original response)! Never seen 'adiCY' before. FWIW I would guess the same, as in 'A p-adic relation has adicy p.' Makes sense to me, but who knows w/ these things!

editing manuscripts 

I just saw an effect qualified as 'substantially negligible'. Made my day.

Can Mekik boosted

Here are some tips I've come up with for academics giving remote presentations.

jrhawley.github.io/2020/09/11/

Feel free to let me know what you'd add to this!

Jupyter, looking for tips and tricks, boosts welcome 

@RaoOfPhysics I think that's a good rule of thumb, but running everything can be slow. Not to mention that it's unfortunately not a guarantee, as @jrhawley suggests.

Jupyter, looking for tips and tricks, boosts welcome 

@RaoOfPhysics Here is one: Beware of cell dependencies! Spreading your code over many cells is very good for presentation, but dependencies aren't marked or tracked. So, if you try to run a cell w/out running its dependencies first you'll be in trouble. This often creeps up on you when you're trying to flesh something out.

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My research interests include cognitive modeling of psychometric tasks and phenomena, reasoning and relational thinking, cognitive architectures, and the foundations of cognitive science.

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