Duke Institute for Brain Sciences Methods Meetings
Workshops and tutorials on methods, statistics, and models in neuroscience.
Graduate student in cognitive neuroscience at Duke University working with Dr. John Pearson on online dimensionality reduction.
Posts by Pranjal
Unconvoluting convolutions - an introduction and applications to neuroscience
If you’ve worked with any kind of neural data, convolutions were involved at some point. Having an intuition for convolutions is quite useful in thinking about what your data actually...
11 Feb 2022
A brief intro to the most useful kind of algebra (linear)
If you’ve ever wondered how R or python gives you regression coefficients, the answer is linear algebra! Linear algebra operations are essential to almost all modern methods for analyzing or...
08 Oct 2021
Big Data & Complexity
As human beings continue to march through the information age, we produce ever-larger quantities of data every second. This is especially relevant to us as scientists, as data gathering and...
21 Jul 2021
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