Want to keep track of scores Phase 10 but don't want to use paper? There really wasn't any easy way to do it electronically. I can't think of an app that would do this well. Here's what I would want the score keeper to be able to do: enter in numbers and the total score … Continue reading Phase 10 Score Tracking Spreadsheet
I wanted to start doing the Robert M'Cheyne Bible reading plan this year. In it there is about 4 chapters per day, organized to have two from the Old Testament, and two from the New. There is an emphasis on reading the New Testament twice throughout the year. Here's a PDF of M'Cheyne's plan with … Continue reading Bible Reading Plan Spreadsheet
ICBO 2019 : International Conference on Biomedical Ontology 2019 Poster: Using Stases to Enrich When and Where Regulations are in Force Abstract: Using Stases to Enrich When and Where Regulations are in Force Ontologies in OWL suffer limitations in time-indexing, yet these difficulties may be overcome with the use of the class ‘stasis’ in the Common … Continue reading Informed Consent Ontology – ICBO 2019
I am a PhD student at the University of Buffalo working on the Problem of Universals. My focus is on the Early Modern period. This functions as a window into many other philosophical problems, including those of interest to a broader academic community, such as those found in applied ethics (e.g., biomedical ethics or professional … Continue reading Welcome!