zhermes

Massachusetts

I'm a grad-student in Astrophysics, focusing on theory, and generally studying high-energy transients.

Apr
14
accepted python print to stdout getting lost on failing cluster jobs
Apr
13
awarded Notable Question
Apr
12
answered python print to stdout getting lost on failing cluster jobs
Apr
12
asked python print to stdout getting lost on failing cluster jobs
Apr
7
awarded Yearling
Apr
7
awarded Yearling
Mar
29
accepted one-dimensional array shapes (length,) vs. (length,1) vs. (length)
Mar
29
comment one-dimensional array shapes (length,) vs. (length,1) vs. (length)
Is it explicitly a 'column', and not a row? (i.e. can it be seen as 'a matrix with one row'?)
Mar
29
asked one-dimensional array shapes (length,) vs. (length,1) vs. (length)
Mar
27
comment Energy expenditure (calories burned) equation for running
This looks great! Thanks. I just don't get why there aren't more comparable things for running explicitly.
Mar
25
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How can photons interact with anything?
Mar
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is a plasma a distinct phase of matter?
Mar
5
asked Password procedures
Mar
4
comment fraction of volume of a rectilinear grid cell within some radius of the origin
@YuvalFilmus and a nasty one at that
Mar
4
awarded Student
Mar
4
asked fraction of volume of a rectilinear grid cell within some radius of the origin
Mar
4
comment Calculate the fraction of volume of a rectilinear grid cell within some radius of the origin
@Bilou06 I'm looking for an exact solution, because I think it should exist... If I can't find it, I'll have to settle for numerical -- but for a large number of grid cells, that could be quite expensive I think.
Mar
3
asked Energy expenditure (calories burned) equation for running
Mar
2
asked Calculate the fraction of volume of a rectilinear grid cell within some radius of the origin
Feb
21
awarded Scholar
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