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Michael Hoffman
Computational genomicist at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre. Assistant Professor, Medical Biophysics and Computer Science, University of Toronto.
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Dave Denlinger 18h
They said do a serial dilution....oh
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Ilana Horn Dec 9
Are you struggling to shave words off of your writing? I am weirdly good at this, so let me share some of my tricks.
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Michael Hoffman 14h
Replying to @secretasianman
In theory, there is no difference between :in-theory and :in-practice. In practice, there is.
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Michael Hoffman 16h
Replying to @SciBry
That is horrifying. Clinical trialists are pretty bad with the acronyms.
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Michael Hoffman 16h
Replying to @rdhernand
LOL. Yes that is one word by some definitions of it. Why don't we all just switch to German?
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Michael Hoffman 16h
Replying to @ChrisHeery
Yes, that could definitely work in some circumstances
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Michael Hoffman 17h
Replying to @ErinLuhks
Don’t even
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Michael Hoffman 17h
Replying to @StuartRFKing
Can’t argue with that.
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Michael Hoffman 17h
Also I was using “exceed” here to mean “is larger than” not “is a superset of”.
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Michael Hoffman 17h
That’s not a single word :)
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Michael Hoffman 17h
Replying to @compbiobryan
I’m looking for a single-word verb that means the opposite of “exceed”. “y exceeds x” means “x ___ y”.
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Michael Hoffman 17h
Is there a good antonym for “exceed”? If not, why not?
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Michael Hoffman 18h
Thank you! These have all been very helpful.
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Michael Hoffman 18h
That would be awesome!!!
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Michael Hoffman 18h
Can you show the effect of differences in class balance a la
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Dariya Sydykova 18h
AUC can be misleading when the std dev of one of the outcomes decreases. Even though AUC increases, the prediction performance is worse at small false positive rates.
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Michael Hoffman 20h
Replying to @malderi
Faculty are also annoyed by this. Discussion on academic scitwitter a couple of weeks ago.
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Michael Hoffman 21h
Replying to @jeremy_m_simon
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Michael Hoffman 22h
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