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  1. Jul 2019
    1. In a simple linear regression model, we model the relationship between both variables by a straight line, formally

      It would be better to start in the following way: "To build simple linear regression model, we hypothesize that the relationship between dependent and independent variable is linear, formally:"

      By saying that, In a simple linear regression model, we model the relationship between both variables by straight line is strictly speaking wrong. Strictly speaking, by straight line we model the relationship between regressors the expected value of the dependent variable given the value of the regressors.

      Then later, you point out that the relationship is not exact because not all points fall on the straight line and because of that you come up with an error terms and you continue in this way util you arrive to the final formulation of the Simple Linear Regression Model. (Which you do well later).

    1. Job says: “The ear trieth words, as the mouth tasteth meat.
    2. the universe, including man and his divine Principle, is harmonious and eternal.
    3. 1. God is All in all. 2. God is good. Good is Mind. 3. God, Spirit, being all, nothing is matter. 4. Life, God, omnipotent Good, deny death, evil, sin, disease. — Disease, sin, evil, death, deny Good, omnipotent God, Life.
    4. The vital part, the heart and Soul of Christian Science, is Love.
    5. there is no pain in Truth, and no truth Inversions. in pain; no nerve in Mind, and no mind in nerve; no matter in Mind, and no mind in matter; no matter in Life, and no life in matter; no matter in Good, and no good in matter.
    6. The Principle of Divine Metaphysics is God; its practice is the power of Truth over error; its rules demonstrate Science.
    7. the awful unreality called evil.
    8. omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience, — Spirit possessing all power, God's allness learned. filling all space, constituting all Science
    9. I knew the Principle of all harmonious Mind-action to be God
    10. the only realities are the divine Mind Scientific evidence. and idea.
    11. this same mind calls matter, thereby shutting out the true sense of Spirit.
    12. the opposite of Truth — called error, sin, sickness, disease, death — is the false testimony of false material sense; that this false sense evolves, in belief, a subjective state of mortal mind, which this same mind calls matter, thereby shutting out the true sense of Spirit.
    13. Life, Truth, and Love are all-powerful and ever-present
    14. Feeling so perpetually the false consciousness that life inheres in the body, yet remembering that God is A divine discontent. really our Life, we may well tremble, in the prospect of those days wherein we must say, “I have no pleasure in them.”
    15. the revelation of Immanuel, the everpresent God
    16. the demonstrable fact that matter possesses neither sensation nor life;
    17. all real Being is in the divine Mind and idea
  2. Mar 2019
    1. This is a reasonable list of Knowles' assumptions about adult learners -- not as complete or nuanced as one might find in a textbook, but worth having a look at when starting a new project. rating: 3/5

  3. Aug 2018
    1. The sideboard is stylish and dramatic, but it is also quite appropriate for use in a dining room

      digital "side"-demands asks for side storage

  4. Jul 2017
    1. Because it is so important to be seen as competent and productive members of society, people naturally attempt to present themselves to others in a positive light. We attempt to convince others that we are good and worthy people by appearing attractive, strong, intelligent, and likable and by saying positive things to others (Jones & Pittman, 1982; Schlenker, 2003). The tendency to present a positive self-image to others, with the goal of increasing our social status, is known as self-presentation, and it is a basic and natural part of everyday life.

      A short film captures how social interactions influence our complex relationships between self-presentation, self-esteem and self concept in a unique way.

  5. Jun 2017
  6. Nov 2015
    1. I see using the LPP lens to identify the types of participation,how they influence learningand the coproduction of the “learning curriculum”that newcomersand oldtimers engage with in regulating and producing the local “community of practice”thatis the robotics club. Within this I aim to also investigate what physical, and non-physical resources studentshave for participationwithin this community(Nasir, et al., 2008). This an

      You clearly map the trajectory of your paper based on the concepts we learned. Your analytical lens is very clear to me as I understand the concepts in the same way you use them. It's like a concept map, how you linked the ideas.

  7. Feb 2014
    1. Concepts seem to be structurable, in that a new concept can be composed of an organization of established concepts. For present purposes, we can view a concept structure as something which we might try to develop on paper for ourselves or work with by conscious thought processes, or as something which we try to communicate to one another in serious discussion. We assume that, for a given unit of comprehension to be imparted, there is a concept structure (which can be consciously developed and displayed) that can be presented to an individual in such a way that it is mapped into a corresponding mental structure which provides the basis for that individual's "comprehending" behavior. Our working assumption also considers that some concept structures would be better for this purpose than others, in that they would be more easily mapped by the individual into workable mental structures, or in that the resulting mental structures enable a higher degree of comprehension and better solutions to problems, or both.
  8. Nov 2013
    1. schema

      definition: • (in Kantian philosophy) a conception of what is common to all members of a class; a general or essential type or form.

    2. We obtain the concept, as we do the form, by overlooking what is individual and actual; whereas nature is acquainted with no forms and no concepts, and likewise with no species, but only with an X which remains inaccessible and undefinable for us.

      That which is beyond rhetoric is beyond our conceptual reach

    3. In particular, let us further consider the formation of concepts. Every word instantly becomes a concept precisely insofar as it is not supposed to serve as a reminder of the unique and entirely individual original experience to which it owes its origin;

      words are concepts and conceptual

    4. That is to say, this conceptual edifice is an imitation of temporal, spatial, and numerical relationships in the domain of metaphor.

      Interesting.

    5. Bees construct a physical world and man constructs a conceptual world.

    6. We obtain the concept, as we do the form, by overlooking what is individual and actual
    7. Every concept arises from the equation of unequal things.
    8. dissolve an image into a concept.

      Do we lose something in this dissolution?

    9. A concept becomes a word based on its relationship to other cases.