# Blog

Mathematical notation is a signature of math. Almost anyone can recognize it instantly, even if they don't know what it is. I want to talk a bit of why notation is useful, why it can be confusing, and tackle some examples in statistics that are often confusin with some clear notation.

I made a command line tool for keeping track of financial statements for various accounts called Quill. Here's a breakdown of how I developed a solution.

Like many academics, I've started giving presentations and tutorial sessions remotely. Here are some brief tips from my experience and resources for giving good lectures.

Some thoughts about what I'd like students taking the biostatistics course I'm TA'ing to take away from the class.

A brief look at potential functions in 3 dimensions, and how Poincare's lemma can make it easier to solve for vector potentials.

Why do physicists talk about symmetries and conservation laws all the time? It's because that's what a good scientific theory looks like.

A cursory look at the economics of scientific software, and the implications on its usability and longevity.

Working with annotated genomes is not always an easy process. Here, I detail how to easily create tabular annotation data from GENCODE that can be easily used in any analysis.

How incomprehensible machine learning models answer questions without providing the solutions we desire.

Rust is rapidly becoming a powerful and popular programming language. Running it on Windows can be a bit of a pain, so here's a guide to make it easier.