Picking a Method

Over the course of my research, I've collected thousands of time-series on the movement and behavior of worms under different conditions. To frame my research in a general sense: I want to know why some experimental conditions change the behavior of the worms and what those behavioral changes are. My research sits in a very specific niche, filled with details about worm biology, tracking objects under noisy conditions, and behavioral analysis. Despite this mess of details, I also have to solve a problem familiar to any data-scientist: the problem of Picking a Method.

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Troubleshooting the Pyenv/Homebrew Combination

When first starting to use pyenve with homebrew, there are a couple things you can do to horribly mess things up. Or you could avoid doing them, if you'd prefer to have things functional. I tried both approaches.

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