In 2011, Wooten introduced Non-Response Analysis the founding theory in Implicit Regression where Implicit Regression treats the variables implicitly as codependent variables and not as an explicit function with dependent or independent variables as in standard regression. The motivation of this paper is to introduce methods of implicit regression to determine the constant nature of a variable or the interactive term, and address inverse relationship among measured variables with random error present in both directions. …
Toyplot, the kid-sized plotting toolkit for Python with grownup-sized goals:
• Develop beautiful interactive, animated plots that embrace the unique capabilities of electronic publishing and support repoducibility.
• Create the best possible data graphics ‘out-of-the-box’, maximizing data ink and minimizing chartjunk.
• Provide a clean, minimalist interface that scientists and engineers will love.
The Toyplot Tutorial …
Tom Preston-Werner presented the new Gist feature at a punk rock Ruby conference in 2008. Gist builds upon that idea by adding version control for code snippets, easy forking, and SSL encryption for private pastes. Because each “gist” is its own Git repository, multiple code snippets can be contained in a single paste and they can be pushed and pulled using Git. Further, forked code can be pushed back to the original author in the form of a patch, so pastes can become more like mini-projects. The main benefit of forking is that it allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project. Gist is a simple way to share snippets and pastes with others. All gists are Git repositories, so they are automatically versioned, forkable and usable from Git. …