Articles by tag: academia
Relying on first hand evidence is important for building an argument. Here I discuss how citation limits in journals may entice readers to read the review papers and not the original articles, but that doing this diligent work is important for research.
I took many notes throughout my undergraduate degree in mathematical physics at the University of Waterloo. Once I finished my last exam, I decided to digitize all of my notes and discarding the physical copies. Below, you can find all my notes from all of my classes at the time.
A cursory look at the economics of scientific software, and the implications on its usability and longevity.
I'll go against the current trend and say that I don't think you should use Twitter as a tool for working in academia.