It all started when my father taught me some notions of Visual Basic, and with the priceless help of the code completion tool (yeah, no Google at that time). Since then, I’ve been enjoying coding and here you can find some of the programs I’ve written.
Notes (Warning: non-peer reviewed)
Some notes I have written over the years. They don’t have enough stuff to qualify as a paper, but happy if anyone can find them useful
On the summability of the weights for completely random measures The result of a discussion during an insightful class by Professor David Blei
On the relation between matching by propensity score and weighted least squares estimator for the average treatment effect Result of a discussion in the Machine Learning Reading group led by David Blei
I like the idea of turning mathematical/computational concepts into gifs. Sometimes they can be really cool. Here some examples