Tag Archives: Box-Muller Transformation

Show me the data!

While this blog is principally about Image Analysis (turning images into numbers), Data Analysis (turning numbers into something meaningful) is also really important.

In this post I’m going to explain how to display your data in a beeswarm plot and why you might want to do this. Simple statistics are great but show me the data!

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Making it up (Part 1)

Whenever you’re testing a new analysis protocol or playing around with some software, it’s always handy to have some sample data to mess with. But what if you don’t yet have the data, or what if you need more, or need more specific data? In this post, we’re going to delve into the world of synthetic data by making a sample tracking data set.

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