Wrapping one's head around the data

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    JOCP! It's been almost five days since I've posted anything here, and I have so much backed up in the queue...

    There's a major conference deadline in a few days, and I'm struggling to finish up four different (and only loosely related) papers for submission. On top of that I leave Sunday morning for an excellent week in Germany at a research seminar at the wondrous Schloss Dagstuhl.

    So sleep is short and photo fun on Flickr is shorter still. In two weeks, though, I should be able to get back in the game a bit.

    This photo is of a student (Tyler - now graduated) during a talk he was giving with another student (Andy) at a regional computer science conference (MICS) last April. On the next day the two of them received the best student paper award for this work :-).

    I've spent numerous hours this week drawing and redrawing graphs and tables, so this is all too reminiscent of my life at the moment.

    1. kool_skatkat 86 months ago | reply

      the data is making waves..

    2. imago 86 months ago | reply

      Enjoy the seminar :-)

    3. Unhindered by Talent 86 months ago | reply

      Oh, I definitely will. Dagstuhl is hands down one of my favorite research experiences, so I'm quite pumped :-).

    4. Patron Saint PR 83 months ago | reply

      This image was used on the Health Care Reform Now! Blog. You can view the post at this URL:
      If you wish any changes to the attribution please notify us so that we may implement them. Thanks for using Creative Commons!

    5. Unhindered by Talent 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know - your attribution looks great.

    6. katscanphoto 10 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the great photo and allowing it's use under Creative Commons. I used it in a blog post with attribution: healthyit.net/computer-backup-solutions-all-systems-go/

    7. ryz90 3 months ago | reply

      Cool photo Nic! Thanks for sharing, I'm using it on my blog here myinternetquest.com/seo-does-it-work-heres-a-simple-case-...

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