1-way ANOVA and Multiple Comparison Example in MatLab

Title says it all... Here is roughly what happens in the code below: We specify the sample size of the example groups we want to create. We create normally distributed sets of samples for each group with equal standard deviation. We sort the samples' values into vectors that can be used by the MatLab ANOVA … Continue reading 1-way ANOVA and Multiple Comparison Example in MatLab

Luftschloss: Self-propelled Particles (Official Music Video)

http://vimeo.com/93027542 Luftschloss - an electronic music producer from Berlin, whose craft is developed past his relatively young age - has addressed me about visual work for his Nature by Numbers EP almost a year ago. He saw the biological and mathematical background of my work, which apparently spoke to him. We talked a lot about … Continue reading Luftschloss: Self-propelled Particles (Official Music Video)

Functional Clustering [CAMBAM Comp Neurosci Online Talk]

Detecting synchrony in neuron populations is an important task - often from the perspective of epilepsy and its origins. Several other neurological disorders are linked to hyper- and hyposynchrony, as well. Mostly synchrony is assessed over a whole population of neurons. The z statistic is frequently used to quantify synchrony, especially when thinking of neurons … Continue reading Functional Clustering [CAMBAM Comp Neurosci Online Talk]

Dynamical Systems and Kinect Data as Instruments for Live Performance

This is a music video work, which is representative of my use of real time simulations of physical, mathematical, and biological systems as instruments in visual live performance. The video is recorded in real time, based on direct controller inputs (not control scripts), and has not been edited or processed after initial recording. This is … Continue reading Dynamical Systems and Kinect Data as Instruments for Live Performance

MacBook Pro Retina Shell Dented? Maybe it’s Your Battery.

Did your MacBook Pro Retina start looking like this? I mean, there is this inexplicable "edge" coming through its shell, the case dented as if a hardware component was pushing through? (Looks like a scene from Alien? Very likely no foreign life form will come out of there, but you are probably still a little … Continue reading MacBook Pro Retina Shell Dented? Maybe it’s Your Battery.