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The nonsense math effect

An abstract just crossed my desk that I'd love to share.  Briefly, adding meaningless math to your academic paper inordinately impresses humanities PhDs.  The author does not say whether this also works in pickup lines, so there's room for follow-on … Continue reading

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Links to Paul Doherty's new research page. Elena Sava has been testing a simple watershed model that Paul helped develop: it scores about 0.55. Considering the simplicity, that's pretty good. Continue reading

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