Posts Tagged ‘ music ’

The Psychology of Music and the ‘tuneR’ Package

October 25, 2011
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Introduction This semester I’m TA’ing a course on the Psychology of Music taught by Phil Johnson-Laird. It’s been a great course to teach because (i) so much of the material is new to me and (ii) because the study of the psychology of music brings together so many of the intellectual tools I enjoy, including

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B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and…

July 1, 2011
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B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and…

B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and glass panes really help this visualisation.  Examples of 6-dimensional things If it’s hard to envision 6 dimensions, consider this: the possible tunings of a guitar constitute a 6-dimensio...

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B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and…

July 1, 2011
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B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and…

B*tchin’ six dimensional 6-cube. The rainbow colours and glass panes really help this visualisation.  Examples of 6-dimensional things If it’s hard to envision 6 dimensions, consider this: the possible tunings of a guitar constitute a 6-dimensio...

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The Most Romantic Electro-Grunge Statistical Computing Song Ever Made

February 14, 2011
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The Most Romantic Electro-Grunge Statistical Computing Song Ever Made

Warning message: This song contains highly suggestive coefficients and graphic depictions of exuberant R-core lovin’. “Plotting Ihaka” is based on Rotting Piñata by Sponge, and reflects a small measure of my boundless joy in the world of R. Despite being a firm proponent of muffins, I can confidently say that I would rather live in

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