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It's been a long, frustrating road, but my manuscript "Automated Cognome Construction and Semi-automated Hypothesis Generation" has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods.

This was sort of a big deal for me, and I'm especially proud because it's my first independent project and the only co-author is my wife, +Jessica Voytek.

Here's the very long blog post describing the paper and the process:
The scientific method begins with a hypothesis about our reality that can be tested via experimental observation. Hypothesis formation is iterative, building off prior scientific knowledge. Before one...
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Congratulation for the victory of the hard job!
Another important milestone in the search for a scientific answer to the question "why am I such an idiot sometimes?" Hopefully your work will advance the process significantly.
Congrats on the excellent paper Voytek(s). I worry a bit about the backlash you'll get from the researchers in your field for automating correlation in research - isn't poring over those thousands of articles the job of PhD students? What will they do now that you have replaced them with a computer?
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