In the Journal sections of this site, I keep records of what I think about a particular topic(s) at that moment in time. The page for each entry in my journal usually links back to a main page for the topic discussed in the journal (Tagged As section), and likewise the main pages link to all the relevant journal entries (Journal Entries section). Accordingly:

See the Journal Entries section of this page for a list of all of the journal entries that I have posted.

Latest entries

Below are previews of my five most recent journal entries; click their title links to view them in full. Subscribe to them via this feed link: journals.xml

  • 27-May-2021-TiddlyWiki, posted 27th May 2021: I figured out how to add back into TW the New Journal Here button's old functionality + have it setup a better URI and pretty title! See this commit on my Gitlab for what I modified to get this working.I also learned that I can setup TiddlyMap to mostly only use it with links and tags that I've created natively in TiddlyWiki! See the post here for how to get it working: https://github.com/felixhayashi/TW5-TiddlyMap/issues/58#issuecomment-531217350 ...
  • 1-Apr-2021-skateanalytics-data-flow, posted 27th May 2021: Below is an attempt at laying out the sequence of steps required to convert the data collected into probability distributions, including prior information.For each trick attempt, there's 5 pieces of information recorded with data types in brackets: date/time of attempt [date/time], trick name [text], success bet [integer, any non-zero number], failure bet [integer, any non-zero number], and outcome [binary, 0 or 1] ...
  • 17-Nov-2020-work-perceptions, posted 27th May 2021: This comment by Tzunamitom on Hacker News (reproduced at the bottom of this post) led me to suspect that there might be a problem with our jobs and the way that we work ...
  • 12-Nov-2020-SkateAnalytics, posted 27th May 2021: When we think about only one observation, we could assume that the bet data provides more information about the rider's probability of success with that particular trick than the outcome data that the observation provides ...