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Big new paper out by a colleague of mine in my lab! :)
Nonpublication of Trial Results for New Neurological Drugs: A Systematic Review
I came across something yesterday presented in the Gingko editor and was looking for a way to procrastinate on a grant and now I'm hooked. It may also help with the writing. It may be just new the editor glow but I think it's love.
It's hierarchical, has VIM/Gmail key binding for moving around and lets you export to lots of different formats including LATEX and Markdown (also boring Word). If you are looking to get a kick on a new writing project try it out.
#introduction: linguist working on semantics and pragmatics and some issues in philosophy of language, etc, in Tokyo, currently mostly interested in social meaning and related things.
Masto #introduction time 💃🏻
I’m B Cordelia Yu, I’m Taiwanese-American transfemme enby, and a content & editorial strategist mostly working around issues of science/environmental/social justice, civictech, and academic coms.
My research is on deliberative democracy and political cognition. I seem to be giving a lot of talks about inclusion in tech and participatory organizing for social justice.
Scholarly intro toot.
My research spans multiple areas of #computerscience, specifically #ArtificialIntelligence and #MachineLearning. I focuss on algorithms, tools and theory at the intersection of ML, Optimization and Probabilistic Modelling. In particular I look at domains with #spatialdynamics and large #streaming datasets. I often work in collaboration with researchers in other fields such as sustainable #forestmanagement, #ecology, #automotive #selfdriving and #medicalimaging.
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