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It's calibration time!

Published 27 February 2017 by Andy Connelly.


For most measurements in analytical chemistry some form of calibration curve is required [1]. The better the calibration of the instrument or method the more accuracte and precise are the results that you can achieve. 1,390 more words


The replication crisis: what does it mean for corpus linguistics?


Over the last year, the field of psychology has been rocked by a major public dispute about statistics. This concerns the failure of claims in papers, published in top psychological journals, to replicate. 3,517 more words

Confidence Interval

Plan, plan and plan again: A practical guide to planning experiments

Published 13th February 2017 by Andy Connelly, updated 15th February 2017 by Andy Connelly


The plan is key. Before you launch into a long set of experiments; plan, plan and plan again. 1,732 more words


Confidence Intervals ≈.04

I’ve been ruminating a lot on the different aspects of interpersonal connection and what they mean, not only to me, but to the perpetuation of poetry and other forms of communication, as well. 309 more words


Day 84 - Friction

Physics 11 – Today’s lesson is typically one of my favorites for the year.  Students brainstorm factors that affect friction and then they test out their ideas.   150 more words

Physics 11

Baby and Blend: Illustrator’s Blend Tool Fun

Baby and Blend is an amateur action from my creative stuff and Illustrator’s Blends are the key of this invention. Upon first seeing, this tool inspired me to create something different. 33 more words

Graphic Design