Biophysics 101 Announcements
18 October 2005
- Sign up for the class mailing list here.
8 October 2005
- Upgrade to Mediawiki 1.5
6 October 2005
- NO CLASS!
22 September 2005
Some might have missed the following reference on the Human_Experiment_1 page:
- Tversky & Kahneman (1974) Judgement under Uncertainty: Heuristics and Biases. Science 185:1124.
- Kahneman's 2002 Nobel Lecture
- Google's predictive market system is an application of crowd wisdom
- ideafutures is open source software allowing anyone to set up a prediction market
For next time: Please bring in definitions of complexity & randomness (and/or related algorithms) and examples of interesting real world test cases. Explore the exponential xls file below. Edit the_draft and/our your own version.
21 September 2005
- New Location and Time: Sherman-Fairchild 177, Tues/Thurs 10:00-11:25AM
- If you missed the first class, feel free to download yesterdays slides from the Biophysics 101 mainpage.
- Results from 20-Sep Human_Experiment_1.
20 September 2005
The wiki will be central to this class. Your contributions to the wiki fall into the following sections:
- Personal wiki page
- Each student will have a personal wiki page where they will publish their work.
- Students are encouraged to view each others' pages, but not make changes other than to fix typos.
- The "User" page that is created when you create a new account will serve as your personal wiki page
- Consider putting your wikipage in a "Category" by adding [[Category:Biophysics 101]] somewhere in the text of the page. That way your page will be listed at Category:Biophysics 101.
- Project wiki page
- Please feel free to start brainstorming project ideas at 101 Project Ideas
- Class notes page
- Each class, at least a couple students will serve as scribes
- Notes should be posted the same day of class
Create an account
- Once you have done so please add a link to your user page with your first and last name as the link title to our 101 Roster.
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