January 01, 1991

Kith and Kin

Plugging the works of relatives, friends, teachers, students, bosses, ex-bosses, potential future bosses, colleagues ...

Call to Pittsburgh (2021 edition)
CLeaR 2022: Call for Papers
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2018
The Atlas of the Real World: Mapping the Way We Live (Dorling, Newman and Barford)
"Network Comparisons Using Sample Splitting"
Causation, Prediction and Search +20
"Learning Spatio-Temporal Dynamics"
Robins and Wasserman Respond to a Nobel Prize Winner
Problems Worth Solving
If Peer Review Did Not Exist, We Would Have to Invent Something Very Like It to Serve Highly Similar Ends
Just How Quickly Do We Forget?
"Generalization Error Bounds for Time Series"
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, October 2011
Global Catastrophic Risks (Bostrom and Cirkovic [eds].)
The Nature of Computation (Moore and Mertens)
"I was of three minds, / Like a tree / In which there are three blackbirds"
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, August 2011
Everything Is Obvious, Once You Know the Answer (Watts)
The Engineers of Human Sociality
Harmony of Means and Ends
"Optimal Nonparametric Prediction and Automated Pattern Recognition in Dynamical Space-Time Systems" (or, Our New Filtering Techniques are Unstoppable!, Part II: The Rise of the Austrian Machines)
Durlauf on Social Interactions
ITA 2011: Favorite Talks
The 2011 SFI Complex Systems Summer School (Dept. of Signal Amplification)
Limit Orders and Indirect Inference
Links, Pleading to be Dumped
"Generalization Error Bounds for State Space Models: With an Application to Economic Forecasting"
"Inferring Hierarchical Structure in Networks and Predicting Missing Links" (Next Week at the [Special Summer Bonus] Statistics Seminar)
Special Demi-Issues on Network Data Analysis in Annals of Applied Statistics
More Output
"Analyzing Networks and Learning with Graphs"
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, February 2009
Social Information Processing: Call for Papers
Making a Suitable Match
Too Much Information
The Cartesian Movie Theater
Posthumous Preprints in Emergence
Eigenfactor (Why Oh Why Can't We Have a Better Academic Publishing System? Dept.)
Absolutely Regular
I Taught Him Everything He Knows
Piracy and Peer Production
Zadig, or, The Book of Fate
Corners Bumped
Snowclones in May!
SUMO versus the Dendritic Claws (Sunday Sibling Blogging)
All of Peer Review
Schooled by Selection
Structure and Dynamics (On the Economic Geography of Gilgamesh)
"Every word she says is a lie, including 'and' and 'the'"
Common Notions: Towards a Lattice-Theoretic Turn in Social Epistemology
Further to Heuristic Diversity
Saturday Sibling Blogging
Heuristic Diversity, Your Key to Knowledge, Wealth and Power (Dept. of "Yay Team!")
This Is Your Brain on Statistical Complexity (This Week at the Complex Systems Colloquium)
Yet More Political Data Analysis (or: "There you go, bringing class into it again")
Hidden Connections; or, Flying Saucers, Conspiracies and Prehistoric Tibet
Where Are They?
Nelson Minar
Great-Granduncle Joe
Short Takes
Just Be Afraid, and Everything Will Be OK

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