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John D. Cook Consulting

Consulting in mathematical analysis, from modeling to implementation to interpretation.

  • By John D. Cook
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Jan 2023 16
Feb 2023 21
Mar 2023 26
Apr 2023 25
May 2023 24
Jun 2023 27
Jul 2023 50
Aug 2023 38
Sep 2023 41
Oct 2023 42
Nov 2023 39
Dec 2023 23
Jan 2024 33
Feb 2024 29
Mar 2024 22
Apr 2024 20
May 2024 13

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Most recent posts

Probability, cryptography, and naïveté
Probability and cryptography have this in common: really smart people can be confidently wrong about both. I wrote years ago about how striking it was to see two senior professors arguing over an undergraduate probability …
On , by John, 269 words
Thinking by playing around
Richard Feynman’s Nobel Prize winning discoveries in quantum electrodynamics were partly inspired by his randomly observing a spinning dinner plate one day in the cafeteria. Paul Feyerabend said regarding science discovery, “The only principle that …
On , by Wayne Joubert, 278 words
Approximation by prime powers
The well-known Weierstrass approximation theorem says that polynomials are dense in C [0, 1]. That is, given any continuous function f on the unit interval, and any ε > 0, you can find a polynomial …
On , by John, 389 words