I feel: 🙂(good)
This morning, I thought we would be having a manufacturing course with Xiao. Instead, we rescheduled the class and went to scan some more data. We’re almost done scanning data which is nice. We’re going back to coding soon. 😊(happy)
Instead of a lecture during today’s lunch and lecture period, we had a discussion about the book Stand Out of Our Light with Anna Slavina. We really only got to scratch the surface of the book within an hour, but it was still fun to discuss. There are many ways to interpret the book, and everyone brought differing perspectives to the table.
This afternoon, I helped visualize our bullet scans. They look very pretty. I also got to talk with Yi about Pearson’s Correlation Coefficient. Go math.
During craft of research today, Abby gave us a method for critiquing papers. It’s praise, question, then polish. It’s a good method. This method should be applied to all critiques.
Tidbit(s) of information:
• Who should be in charge of determining how algorithms decide what information to display to us? What does it mean for an algorithm to be good?
• We finished Season 3 of Stranger Things! 😮(speechless)