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- Final Project: Pablo Lara, Dennis Trotter Jr; Ahou Eby
- Have a Great Summer Guys, It was fun being in class with all of you!
- Project-“How addicted are NYCCT Students to Electronics?”- Parvena, Leyla and Ying
- Project Hours of study vs Grade by Ruslan Yelizarov & Murad Pervez
- Jermey Nilan, Dian Evan, youcef Saidi final project
- ‘Fen, Bog & Swamp’ reminds readers why peatlands matter
- A Caribbean island gets everyone involved in protecting beloved species
- NASA’s DART spacecraft just smashed into an asteroid — on purpose
- In Maya society, cacao use was for everyone, not just royals
- Mangrove forests expand and contract with a lunar cycle
- Here’s how olivine may trigger deep earthquakes
- Here is the first direct look at Neptune’s rings in more than 30 years
- Has AlphaFold actually solved biology’s protein-folding problem?
- How ghostly neutrinos could explain the universe’s matter mystery
- This face mask can sense the presence of an airborne virus
Monthly Archives: April 2013
Final Draft Sergey Padalka
As I was reading “The Philosophy of Data” by David Brooks on New York Times1, the topic which got me into thinking about as to in which situations should we solely rely on instinctive pattern recognition and which situation should … Continue reading
Comment to YINGS FINAL DRAFT. I tried leaving it as a comment on your paper but still says pending. This is another attempt. Hope you can view it now.
1. The length (quality) of your paper is on the low side. You were suppose to incorporate the research you have done (part 2) into the response piece (part 1) which is on average 400 to 800 words. The new … Continue reading
I am writing about the aspect of hot streaks in David Brooks article “The Philosophy of Data.” He states “Every person who plays basketball and nearly every person who watches it believes that players go through hot streaks, when they … Continue reading
Writing Assignment I was fascinated after reading the two articles from New York Times about David Brooks talking about how data affect us in our everyday lives. I learn a lot about what data could … Continue reading