Monthly Archives: December 2013

Using MANOVA in Neuroscience Research

I have included the (M)ANOVA PDF as a separate post so that the information can be read a little more easily.  This paper includes a brief summary of how the ANOVA test works to partition variance and goes on to talk about … Continue reading

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Corrected Aging in The United States

Looking at the traditional data of older adults distributed by state becomes a bit skewed based on the fact that the population variance between states can be significant (e.g., California has a population of 37,200,000, while Vermont has a population … Continue reading

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Aging in The United States

Data from the U.S. Census 2010; Graphed in Plot.ly In 2010 adults over the age of 50 represent 32.1% of the population in the United States; this is an increase of 4.9% over where the same population stood just 10 years … Continue reading

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Lindenmeyer System’s

I have a new fascination with the construction of these L-systems (I made this one using existing data generated on plot.ly). You could think of this system as being a data-based reflection of the way a biologist might think about … Continue reading

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