This is the landing page for my notes.
This is 100% inspired by Andy Matuschak's famous notes page. I'm not technically skilled enough to replicate the full "Andy Mode", though, so I just did some simple hacks. If you're curious how these notes compiled, check out the summary in How these notes are made into HTML pages.
This is my "notes garden". I tend to it on a daily basis, and it contains some of my less fully-formed thoughts. Nothing here is intended to be cited, as the link structure evolves over time. The notes are best viewed on a desktop/laptop computer, because of the use of hovers for previews.
There's no formal "navigation", or "search" for these pages. To go somewhere, click on any of the "high-level" notes below, and enjoy.
Software skills for data scientists
Notes on Statistics
Some learnings while training myself in statistics.
Papers that I'm writing:
Dealing with data:
Notes on differential computing
This is an overview page of my notes on differential computing and JAX.
Stuff I've built/done with JAX:
How these notes are made into HTML pages
Like almost every creative endeavour in life, this website was duct-taped together using a combination of unreleased Python packages living in Git repositories and custom Python scripts. The Markdown files are authored in Obsidian.
Credit has to be given where credit is due, so let's try that:
lettersmith], a very lightweight and very well organized collection of tools to transform text. (Right up the alley of Composable program transforms), except now we're talking about "text transformations".
Notes on papers that I'm reading
Interesting reads from my random walk over the internet
State of Data Science
This was inspired by my participation in the TAO Data Science Panel.
I'm starting to see a bifurcation in research vs business data science.
How this translates to training needs and hiring
And notes for managing data scientists:
Life and computer hacks
A collection of my thoughts on Network science and visualization.
Things I've made:
Some drafts of blog posts I'm writing: