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  1. Jan 2022
  2. Dec 2021
    1. Colin Davis. (2021, December 20). Update for 20th Dec. The trend line still reflects 1.8 day doubling (it’s 1.7 days if we look at just the last week). Today’s number is down, but I wouldn’t read too much into that at this point. Https://t.co/kOCjxhRbop [Tweet]. @ProfColinDavis. https://twitter.com/ProfColinDavis/status/1472969632705392640

  3. Oct 2021
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  5. Jul 2021
    1. Carl T. Bergstrom. (2021, May 27). An update on the B.1.617.2 lineage. I’m concerned. Not because of reduced vaccine efficacy, but simply because a further increase in transmissibility above B.1.1.7 would be quite bad news for countries where vaccination is low and for hopes of near-elimination everywhere. [Tweet]. @CT_Bergstrom. https://twitter.com/CT_Bergstrom/status/1398029743954432005

    1. Two command prompt windows will open (one for the name node and one for the data node) as follows:

      this can be run as hdfs datanode and hdfs namenode now instead of the command suggested.

      most things are available as part of the hdfs command and no need to run the invidual command.

    1. The built-in Windows Update service on your computer usually keeps most of your drivers up to date in the background. But still, if you want to know how to update drivers in Windows 10 manually, then first, click the 'Start button. Now, click on the 'Settings' icon. It appears as a small gear icon. Further, select the 'Updates & Security,' and then click 'Check for updates.' If the updates are available, you can go further.

    2. If you encounter an error code 0x8024200d when performing a Windows Update, you are not alone. Many Windows users are reporting it. Windows 10 update error 0x8024200D usually appears once they attempt to update to a new build of Windows system. The cause behind it's that some updated files are missing or corrupted. To repair this attempt to restart your PC, temporarily delete ‘Windows Installation Files,’ and restart the ‘Update and Download Service.’

  6. Jun 2021
  7. May 2021
    1. Andy Slavitt @ 🏡 on Twitter: “COVID Update June 28: August will be another twist in the road. That comes tomorrow. But I need to do something first. I’m reminded many people follow me for COVID info so I want to call out & atone for my mistakes. 1/” / Twitter. (n.d.). Twitter. Retrieved August 7, 2020, from https://twitter.com/ASlavitt/status/1288993921033547777

    1. In this section we will use Gatling to load test a simple cloud hosted web server and will introduce you to the basic elements of the DSL. And here i`m adding my own text, doesnt exist on the page. In this section we will use Gatling to load test a simple cloud hosted web server and will introduce you to the basic elements of the DSL. And here i`m adding my own text, doesnt exist on the page.

      this is testing a hyp updating my own notes, and this one is from API

  8. Mar 2021
  9. Feb 2021
    1. When your digital news feed doesn’t contain links, when it cannot be linked to, when it can’t be indexed, when you can’t copy a paragraph and paste it into another application: when this happens your news feed is not flawed or backwards looking or frustrating. It is broken.

      If your news feed doesn't contain links, can't be linked to, indexed, or copied and pasted, it is broken.

      How can this be tied into the five R's of Open Education Resources: Retain, Reuse, Revise, Remix and/or Redistribute content (and perhaps my Revise/Request update ideas: https://boffosocko.com/2018/08/30/the-sixth-r-of-open-educational-resources-oer/)

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  25. Apr 2017
    1. rewrite/update

    2. At present


    3. With the emergence of MOOCs, game-based learning, OER, and other networked learning opportunities, researchers are ac

      rewrite/update - the point is still good

    4. The organization,


    5. Open Education Resources

      Rewrite/Update with Kristina

  26. Mar 2017
  27. Jul 2016
    1. // Appending to the enter selection expands the update selection to include // entering elements; so, operations on the update selection after appending to // the enter selection will apply to both entering and updating nodes.

      Not anymore since v4: use merge instead.

    1. To reduce duplicate code, enter.append has a convenient side-effect: it replaces null elements in the update selection with the newly-created elements from the enter selection. Thus, after enter.append, the update selection is modified to contain both entering and updating elements

      Not anymore since v4: use merge instead.

  28. Jan 2016
  29. May 2015
    1. As part of the CCDB project, we are developing coordinate systems for individual neuron types, so that subcellular data can be placed in a spatial context relative to the other cellular components.

      We got farthest with this goal using the Subcellular Anatomy Ontology and also the Whole Brain Catalog. The latter project allowed docking of subcellular structures into a cellular scaffold, although the project is no longer active.

    2. CCDB; www.ncmir.ucsd.edu/CCDB

      The updated link is: http://ccdb.ucsd.edu. However, CCDB has merged with the Cell Image Library as of 2014.

    3. Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN).

      The original BIRN project described here ended in 2008, although a version of it continued and may still be active.

    4. Kotter
    5. National Partnerships for Advanced Computational Infrastructure (NPACI; www.npaci.edu)

      Also no longer in existence: the URL no longer works.

    6. Human Brain Project

      The HBP was discontinued somewhere around 2005. Many of the projects that it originally supported, however, continue to exist. The URL listed is no longer functional.