— Sam Nicholls (@samstudio8) October 7, 2015
I purchased a Fitbit Charge HR this morning. Although primarily motivated by my partner’s latest pursuit for improved fitness, I guess any excuse for self-quantification is a good one for a statistician like me.
In my previous post, I admitted to switching back to WordPress. Here is what I learned and some of the pros and cons I’ve encountered so far.
I’d fallen in and out of love with WordPress years ago, but I’ve come full circle, betrayed my vow to never use WordPress again and am trying it out for myself, once more. Here’s why.
My back of the envelope worst case calculation indicates 2.8 million decillion decillion possible valid paths so in retrospect, yes it was a bad idea to try and enumerate these to a terminal.
Following a short hiatus on the sample un-improvement job which may or may not have been halted by vr-pipe inadvertently knocking over a storage node at the Sanger Institute, our 837 non-33 jobs burst back in to life only to fall at the final hurdle of the first pipeline of the vr-pipe workflow. Despite my […]
On Sunday, I arrived in Leuven, Belgium, to begin my two month research visit at KU Leuven. Yes hello I am a Belgian now — Sam Nicholls (@samstudio8) August 2, 2015 Despite my 2pm ferry from Dover, with an aim to avoid or at least take into account the delays as a result of recent […]
Previously, on Samposium: I finally had the 870 lanelets required for the sample improvement process. But in this post, I explain how my deep-seated paranoia in the quality of my data just wasn’t enough to prevent what happened next. I submitted my 870 bridged BAMs to vr-pipe, happy to essentially be rid of having to […]
Last time on Samposium, I gave a more detailed look at the project I’m working on and an overview of what has been done so far. We have 870 lanelets to pre-process and improve into samples. In this post, I explain how the project has turned into a dangerous construction site. While trying to anticipate […]