FYI it is processed spontaneous brain activity measured by fMRI data...

in French (sorry)

News on the ABC in the US about the power of MEG (Magneto-Encephalography) for Functional Brain Imaging

Sylvain I like you're tie :)

Sylvain I like you're tie :)

I've been watching these lectures for a few months now and I real feel like recommending them to anyone interested in applied maths. The courses will give you a general overview of standard numerical methods and optimization techniques. It will bring you from the resolution of linear systems with iterative methods to on introduction to Fourier transforms and wavelets... Maybe you already now about it but Gilbert Strang is really an amazing professor and will make you understand a lot of very general things with simple examples.

Here are the links on iTunes U :

Linear algebra

Numerical methods for engineers (Part 1)

Numerical methods for engineers (Part 2)

It takes time to watch so take it with you when you're in a bus, a metro, a train, a plane ...

Here are the links on iTunes U :

Linear algebra

Numerical methods for engineers (Part 1)

Numerical methods for engineers (Part 2)

It takes time to watch so take it with you when you're in a bus, a metro, a train, a plane ...

The locate database is not always up to data whereas the spotlight index is updated in real time. So I you want to run a locate command using spotlight ie. look for a file based on its name you can use this small bash script :

#!/usr/bin/env bashHope this helps some of you ...

mdfind "kMDItemFSName == *${1}*"

code_swarm - Python from Michael Ogawa on Vimeo.

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