29 Matching Annotations
  1. Last 7 days
  2. Oct 2021
  3. Sep 2021
  4. Aug 2021
    1. "index.html" is the default home page file name for websites in general

      Only by convention, for some server software.

    1. Github Pages' Jekyll

      Jekyll is an independent project from GitHub. GitHub by default supports Jekyll static sites because Jekyll was a popular static site generator in the Ruby community, and the GitHub people were Rubyists.

    1. the main text of document

      "[...]of the document"



    1. 211= 2,097,152

      "2,097,152 = 2^21"



  5. Jul 2021
  6. Mar 2021
    1. = () =>

      This construction is actually illegal in the triple script dialect. It needs to be parenthesized, as in:

      foo = ((bar) => { /* ... */ })
    2. carriage return followed by linefeed: ASCII 0xA 0xD

      Of course, this should say 0xD 0xA and not the other way around.

  7. Nov 2017
    1. Table 1. List of resources currently available as Community Resources and abbreviations used in text.

      The authors apologize for incorrectly identifying the National Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Centers in Table 1, row 9. We have submitted a correction to PLoS but they have elected not to correct it or formally note it as it does not change the results of the article. But to our. colleagues at MMPC, we are very sorry!

  8. Jul 2017
  9. Apr 2015
    1. Gunnar A. Olsen of the Belmont Electric Corp.

      Gunnar A. Olsen was my uncle. He had his own corporation, the Gunnar A. Olsen corporation. He may have been subcontracted by Belmont Electronic, but he was not part of that company.

  10. Mar 2015
    1. Microscopy product ID: 1132

      This cell was misidentified as a basket cell. I think it is more likely a candelabrum cell. Laine and Axelrad, 1994

  11. Jan 2015
    1. classes

      Word here should be 'functions'

    2. print d[t] # Prints "5" print d[(1, 2)] # Prints "1" prints "2"

      Those two lines are not what I expect - and my Python interpreter agrees. So perhaps that is a typo? I don't know Python well enough to guess the Levenshtein distance to what was intended here.

      Aha - it's further down - we just need to stick in this initializer first:

      d = {(x, x + 1): x for x in range(10)} # Create a dictionary with tuple keys