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  1. Biased and Inefficient
    “I’m a statistical researcher in Auckland.” By Thomas Lumley. 🇳🇿

    Pairwise likelihood and cluster sizes
    So, I’m working on svylme again, for linear mixed models under complex sampling. It uses pairwise likelihood, following the basic idea from the Canadians, but extending it to settings where the design structure and model …
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  2. Six Colors
    “Apple, technology, and other stuff by Jason Snell & Dan Moren.” By Jason Snell, Dan Moren. 🇺🇸

    WWDC 2023: watchOS 10’s redesign
    Though all of Apple’s operating systems got attention during this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, watchOS 10 got perhaps the biggest overhaul, not only changing fundamental ways that users interact with the device, but also how …
    By Dan Moren, 922 words

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  1. radiojayallen NEW
    “Jay's Radio Reviews, Comparisons & Restorations.” By Jay Allen. 🇺🇸

    XHDATA/Sihuadon D-808 Update May 2023
    The original XHDATA D-808 was released several years ago and rapidly became a favorite model for radio enthusiasts due to its excellent performance and a very complete set of features at a relatively low cost …
    By radiojayallen, 110 words

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  2. The Trolley Dodger NEW
    “Musings on transit, past, present, and future.” By David Sadowski. 🇺🇸

    A Tribute to Robert Heinlein
    Robert Heinlein volunteered at the Illinois Railway Museum for many years. Robert Heinlein, one of the giants in the railfan community, passed away on April 30, 2023, at the age of 84. You can read …
    By David Sadowski, 4,218 words

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  3. The Brushpainter NEW
    “Put Down the Airbrush and BREATHE.” 🇺🇸

    I’m Taking Another Stab at Patreon — and A Public Service Announcement
    Ahem. If you want to read a shorter, and much better, version of this post go to this URL: To continue… My plan is to charge money for the privilege of communicating with me. …
    By Brushpainter, 234 words

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  4. Beer Compurgation NEW
    By Mark Johnson. 🇬🇧

    Children and Dogs in Pubs and Bars
    I once took my niece to the pub. She was either 1 or 2 years of age. I often looked after her on Saturdays and on one of our weekly walks, for the first time, …
    By Mark Johnson, 1,320 words

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  5. Merseyside Pub Guide NEW
    “The Researcher's Blog.” By Phil Wieland. 🇬🇧

    Medical matters took me to Whiston for the second week running (Not the hospital this time) so once again a chance to get a couple of ticks. I started at the Carrs Hotel:What a great …
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  6. Girls' Angle NEW
    “A Math Club for Girls.” 🇺🇸

    Girls’ Angle Bulletin, Volume 16, Number 4
    This issue’s interviewee is Katharine Ott, who is an Associate Professor of Mathematics at Bates College. In this interview, which was conducted by Ken Fan and Raegan Phillips, Katharine discusses a wide range of topics, …
    By girlsangle, 545 words

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  7. NEW
    “I am Professor of Sociology at Duke University.” By Kieran Healy. 🇺🇸

    Free Speech Tsar
    The news that Arif Ahmed is to be appointed the UK’s first ‘Free Speech Tsar’ — a position that apparently comes with “the power to investigate universities and student unions in England and Wales that …
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  8. Junk Charts NEW
    “Kaiser Fung's blog. Recycling chartjunk as junk art. Data visualization criticism.” 🇺🇸

    More on equal-area histograms
    Today, I'm returning to those "equal-area histograms" that Andrew wrote about last month. I have two previous posts about this. The first post introduces the concept: in a traditional histogram, the columns have the same …
    By junkcharts, 1,467 words

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  9. Yuling Yao's Blog NEW
    “Bayesian Statistics, Machine Learning.” 🇺🇸

    Bayes is guaranteed to overfit, for any model, any prior, and every data point
    The myth A few years ago I saw a StackOverflow question (but I cannot find it now): allegedly Andrew Gelman blogged that Bayesian models would not overfit and would only underfit (I also cannot find …
    By Yuling Yao, 1,133 words

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  10. Un garçon pas comme les autres (Bayes) NEW
    “A blog about statistics, I guess.” By Dan Simpson. 🇺🇸

    Diffusion models; or Yet another way to sample from an arbitrary distribution
    The other day I went to the cinema and watched M3GAN, a true movie masterpiece1 about the death and carnage that ensues when you simply train your extremely complex ML model and don’t do proper …
    By Dan Simpson, 5,725 words

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  11. Accessibility in government NEW
    “This is for everyone: documenting how we rebuild inclusive digital services across government.” 🇬🇧

    Accessibility matters at the Intellectual Property Office UK (IPO)
    As we approach Global Accessibility Awareness day, I’m reflecting on the accessibility progress we’ve made, here at the Intellectual Property Office UK (IPO). While browsing through the archives, I came across a blog written in …
    By Amy Price, Senior Digital Strategy Manager, Intellectual Property Office UK, 873 words

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  12. Accelerated Capability Environment NEW
    “News and updates from the Accelerated Capability Environment team.” 🇬🇧

    ACE Research Network: Growing further together
    ACE brought together government customers, academics and businesses from across the northwest at the first of a series of events designed to extend the regional reach of our research network.
    By Simon Carroll, 36 words

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  13. APHA Science Blog NEW
    “News and updates from the Animal and Plant Health Agency on science.” 🇬🇧

    Invasive species: the silent threat to our ecosystems
    This week, 15-21st May is Invasive Species Week, led by APHA’s GB Non-native Species Secretariat (NNSS). Invasive non-native species (INNS) are one of the top five threats to global biodiversity, costing the economy nearly £1.9 …
    By Lucy Cornwell, 1,246 words

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  14. Una Kravets Online NEW
    “Front-end developer, tech content creator, and supporter of all things web UI.” 🇺🇸

    Introducing the popover API
    Popovers are everywhere on the web platform. Learn how to use the new web platform primitives to take advantage of them today.
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  15. Stefan Judis Web Development NEW
    “Developer, writer and speaker. I love building things for the web. And I love writing sharing things about the web.” 🇩🇪

    Web Weekly #103 (#blogPost)
    Guten Tag! 👋Have you seen the display multi-keyword syntax already? Or want to stop defining all these noisy sizes image attributes? Or wonder if you should define media queries in px, em or rem? All …
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