Nina and I are cleaning up websites, links, and projects. I would like to take the opportunity re-share my old genetic art project through a short demonstration video. Read more about the Genetic Art Project here.
I’d like to share a video of my old knot editing software in action. Read more about KnotEd here.
In an off-topic post we would like to share a series of horror narrations based on Win Vector LLC’s very own Nina Zumel’s translations of Uruguayan author Horacio Quiroga. This is a free series produced by Rue Morgue The first is: “The Feather Pillow.” DO NOT LISTEN TO THIS IN […]
I want to discuss a nice series of figures used to teach relational join semantics in R for Data Science by Garrett Grolemund and Hadley Wickham, O’Reilly 2016. Below is an example from their book illustrating an inner join: Please read on for my discussion of this diagram and teaching […]
Win-Vector LLC’s Nina Zumel takes some time off to publish a literary book review: Reading Red Spectres: Russian Gothic Tales. Nina Zumel also examines aspects of the supernatural in literature and in folk culture at her blog, multoghost.wordpress.com. She writes about folklore, ghost stories, weird fiction, or anything else that […]
This article is not on the usual technical topics of this blog, so you have my apology up front for that. And instead of trying to help you, we are asking for your help. Nina Zumel has written a lot of important and helpful articles for this blog. I would […]