I’ve made a commitment [_to myself_] to exclusively use tissue and our
issues tracker for all genenetwork-related work.
Computed– in R– the MLE (Most Likely Estimator) of the Gamma
distribution using the Newton-Raphson method.
I did a short presentation of my dissertation proposal. I will apply
for a grant for this work.
After an upgrade of my system (both GNU Guix and Arch Linux),
R-Studio no longer worked. A fix was to run R-Studio with the
Hanged out with someone from my syndicate group. I taught him some
Functional Programming basics in a bid to clarify [_to him_] some
assignment our group submitted that week.
Made some progress with: “The Sense of Style” by Steven Pinker.
Started: “Surrounded by psychopaths” by Thomas Erikson
Personal & Miscellaneous
Important: I’m dropping my English name, Bonface. Please call me
Health-wise, I’m on my path to full recovery. Only concerning thing
[_to me_] is that I’ve lost weight. I can attribute this to my poor
I started planning my day in chunks. Every hour in my day has a slot
allocated to something. This system is adaptive and every thing is
neatly set up in my Bullet Journal. However, I haven’t been
consistent with this.
I aimed to start writing more articles in a week. To make this work
in a consistent manner, I would have to create a system for this.
I [finally] got flatpak working. I aim to eventually run every
non-free binary inside flatpak. I want my system, with the exception
of binary blobs in the GNU/Linux kernel, to be free from proprietary
The Nairobi Garage has become noisy. I have to put on nature music
on my head-set to work whenever I go to that space.
Here are some e-book readers you can write on with a stylus that my
older sibling recommended: Remarkable and Super Note.
Relationship problems; nothing much to say here other than: If we
work through this, we will become a stronger couple; if we don’t,
we’ll break up. This is personal territory I’m working on, and
therefore I shall leave it at that.