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- A Shiny web app to find out how much medical procedures cost in your state.
- Why the current over-pessimism about science is the perfect confirmation bias vehicle and we should proceed rationally
Monthly Archives: March 2012
Some more commentary on Mayo v. Prometheus via the Patently-O blog. A summary of the various briefs and history of the case can be found at the SCOTUS blog. Some actual news coverage of the decision. The decision is well-worth reading, … Continue reading
This is a guest post by Reeves Anderson, an associate at Arnold and Porter LLP. Reeves Anderson is a member of the Appellate and Supreme Court practice group at Arnold & Porter LLP in Washington, D.C. The views expressed herein are those … Continue reading
Just a few minutes ago the Supreme Court released their decision in the Mayo case, see here for the Simply Statistics summary of the case. The court ruled unanimously that the personalized medicine test could not be patented. Such a … Continue reading
Amy Heineike Amy Heineike is the Director of Mathematics at Quid, a startup that seeks to understand technology development and dissemination through data analysis. She was the first employee at Quid, where she helped develop their technology early on. She … Continue reading
“The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Data”, a talk by Peter Norvig of Google. Sometimes, more data is more better. (Thanks to John C. for the link.) (Source: http://www.youtube.com/) Tweet Vote on HN