About Inductio ex Machina

I started this blog in September 2007 shortly after I began my current post-doctoral appointment. I wanted an outlet for research-related writing that lies somewhere between my notebooks and published papers.

That means you will find expositions, book reviews, commentary on conferences, lists, and the odd bit of self-promotion.

If you are looking for a place to dive in, you could start with my most popular posts. These are:


The posts in the blog are written in a hybrid of Markdown (for text) and LaTeX (for equations) and converted into HTML by Pandoc as part of the Hakyll engine.

My entire site is managed this way and there are more details about the design and technology I use at the main site’s colophon.


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