## Do I have a water leak? A bayesian answer

Can we determine if there is a water leak in my house, based on daily water consumption analysis? We’ll try to answer this question using a bayesian model implemented using pymc.

## Using the normal modes of the Helmholtz equation to compress an image

In this short post, we’re making an animation of image compression based on the normal modes of an acoustic rectangle.

## 2D Triangle Maps using Shape Functions

Using shape functions on the triangle, we are showing an elegant way to map from a reference triangle to a target triangle.

## A tiny reverse mode automatic differentiation example

A step further towards understanding automatic differentiation, this time with a tiny example of how to apply the reverse mode.

## The forward mode of automatic differentiation

We're examining what happens when a wave hits a boundary normal to its propagation direction.

## The \$n-1\$ sample variance estimation problem intuition

I’ve been recently brushing up on statistics and have rediscovered an interesting problem I never fully understood: why do we divide by \$n-1\$ in the unbiased variance estimator?

## Cannonball trajectories

Cannonball trajectories, analytical solution and numerical integration.

## GMSH tutorial: how to draw a mesh over an image?

This post is a tutorial on how to use the meshing program GMSH to draw geometry on top of an image in order to produce a mesh with it.

## Three springs and a mass go to twitter

A short animation of a mass connected to three massless springs.

## Intrinsic and Extrinsic Rotations using Euler Angles

I’ve had a hard time wrapping my head around the way to code rotations using Euler angles. In this blog post, I’m trying to apply them to the task of rotating a bunny.