Second edition of the Diversity Lunch Discussion journal club, with a focus on the Implicit Association Test. Many participants also *took* an IAT—Rose suggests you try taking the Race IAT before our discussion tomorrow: https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.html
So much knowledge and expertise in this group.
Pairs well with pseudocode exercise, despite irrelevance: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Qouj-ZxcPVmYehvIvLGnNV0X_4E_9YNyjXEeCOmmBaI/edit
Is there some GH relevant *thing* that they can build, instead of messing around with legos? Maybe I can get some tech device that requires assembly, like those solar water filtration things.
Pseudocode Guide: https://docs.google.com/document/d/14x2S42cQ4J20uKRc_2LxrM-u39LE6j3M5FVCdQx5Jg8/edit
Suggests 3 examples are are not particularly relevant to health science. Alternative example: prescriptions, with examples (and a formal language, as well) from POP-PL work http://users.eecs.northwestern.edu/~sfq833/resources/papers/GPCE_POP-PL_2015.pdf
I had to put an icon on a chart in Python last week, and I couldn’t find a good brief blog about how to do it. Here is what I cobbled together:
1. Find a free, appropriate image from The Noun Project.
2. Load it into Python with
3. Draw it in the proper place on a figure with
plt.imshow and some cryptic, hacky options.
Looks good, right?
See this all in action here: https://gist.github.com/aflaxman/c171050384471636e8f23f322ba7e9c5
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“Whenever they cry, I cry with them”: Reciprocal relationships and the role of ethics in a verbal autopsy study in Papua New Guinea
HN Gouda, A Kelly-Hanku, L Wilson, S Maraga… – Social Science & …, 2016 – Elsevier