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bio website connjur.uchc.edu
location Connecticut, USA
age 27
visits member for 2 years, 4 months
seen Feb 28 at 14:42

I work in a scientific computing group on the CONNJUR project, providing open-source software for NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) spectroscopy.

Check out some of my work on github:

  • NMRPyStar: an API for accessing archived NMR data files in the NMR-Star format used by the BMRB.

  • Miscue-js: validation of JSON files to deal with obnoxious and tricky interoperability issues such as number overflows and duplicate keys

Some technologies that I've used and like:

  • Python
  • git
  • Javascript
  • Haskell
  • Java
  • MySQL

Mar
7
comment When is “gehen” properly used?
@Martin ... that's why I asked a question ...
Dec
4
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Will do, thanks for the suggestion!
Dec
4
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Interesting answer -- so is Yiddish similar to german?
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Cool, that's what I thought. Thanks for the clarification!
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Not quite sure what you mean by 'constructed' -- artificial or unnatural?
Dec
2
comment “Es hat”: synonym for “es gibt”?
Yes, these are real examples -- Es hat ein Auto auf der Strasse.
Nov
30
comment When is jen- used?
@fzwo -- I'd be excited if you could expand on that in an answer!
Nov
30
comment When is jen- used?
@Mac, @elena, whether jen- is no longer used in spoken German was actually one of the important points of my question (which I unfortunately failed to emphasize). Thanks for the clarifications!