In the tradition of dorky, maximalist websites, here are a few things I enjoy when I’m not doing science.
I’m an avid reader, and spend a lot of time/money fossicking for books. Here are some things that may interest fellow bibliophiles.
- Vancouver bookstores. A field guide to used bookstores in Vancouver.
- Desert island library. Some books I like.
- Reviews. Opinions about books.
- Genesim. Simulate the random distribution of genetic code around a family tree.
- Partitions. Experimental partition identities in Haskell, now with blog post!
- OpenProcessing. A collection of Processing sketches.
I like drawing and making digital art. See my Instagram for more!
In the tradition of dorky, maximalist websites, here are some non-science activities I enjoy.
I like drawing and making digital art. (Under construction!)
I code for fun and occasionally work. Languages I use:
- For scientific computing, Python is now reasonably fast and fully-featured when combined with SciPy.
- Processing is a great way to create interactive/visual sketches.
- Haskell is probably the most beautiful programming language in the noosphere. It has a reputation for difficulty, since a lot of abstract mathematics is baked into it, but there are many excellent and free resources for learning it, such as:
My GitHub page is here. A few small projects: