Posts tagged ‘Hubble constant’

my first AAS. I. Regression

My first impression from the 212th AAS meeting is that it’s planned for preparing IYA 2009 and many talks are about current and future project reviews and strategies to reach public (People kept saying to me that winter meetings are more grand with expanded topics). I cannot say I understand everything (If someone says no astronomers understand everything, I’ll be relieved) but thanks to the theme of the meeting, I was intelligently entertained enough in many respects. The downside of this intellectual stimulus is growing doubts. One of those doubts was regression analysis in astronomy. Continue reading ‘my first AAS. I. Regression’ »

[ArXiv] 2nd week, Apr. 2008

Markov chain Monte Carlo became the most frequent and stable statistical application in astronomy. It will be useful collecting tutorials from both professions. Continue reading ‘[ArXiv] 2nd week, Apr. 2008’ »

[ArXiv] 1st week, Dec. 2007

There’s only one day in the first week of December with no preprint appearance. Dubbing the week of Dec. 2nd as the first week is hoped to be accepted. Continue reading ‘[ArXiv] 1st week, Dec. 2007’ »