I recently came across this paper written by three philosophers of Science, attempting to set the Stein paradox in a philosophical light. Given my past involvement, I was obviously interested about which new perspective could be proposed, close to sixty years after Stein (1956). Paper that we should actually celebrate next year! However, when reading […]
Why some kids can’t spell and why spelling tests won’t helpTags: no_tagForce fed feedback: is less more? | David Didau: The Learning SpySeveral interesting-sounding articles referenced here, including Hattie and BjorkTags: no_tagOur World in Data — Visualising the Empirical Evidence on how the World is ChangingTags: no_tagWhat Teach For America Could Learn From Peace Corps | Erika Maren SteigerTags: no_tagPosted from Diigo. The rest of Read on the Web -- Repository group favorite links
In the previous post, we have learned about the effects of a in the linear function with equation y = ax. In this post, we learn about the effects of adding b to that equation. That is, we want to learn the effects of b in the linear function with equation y = ax + […]Continue reading...
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Fluctuat Nec Mergitur Here are the blog entries we had since the last review ( October 2015 ) and some Hard Questions ImplementationsScampi: a robust approximate message-passing framework for compressive imaging False Discoveries Occur Early on the Lasso Path The Big List of Deep Learning Toolkits TensorFlow: Large-Scale Machine Learning on Heterogeneous Distributed Systems Conferences: Machine Learning Summer School 2016, University of Cadiz, Spain, May 11th to