Turbulent mixing, multiphase flow and process kinetics University of Saskatchewan College of Engineering

Category: COVID-19

Exponential adventures…Covid week 4

April 19, 2020

Today I’m going to tackle a few graphs for friends that are looking for a better understanding of exponentials and log scales. Nothing too deep…just a few examples to put things in context. It is now 4 weeks since we left our normal lives behind. I’ve been slowing down my feed and commentary as reality…

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Playing with the Data…2 weeks in…April 1

April 6, 2020

My vote for favorite image goes to Only in Canada…thanks for the meme! March 31, 2020 The news in Canada…I am compiling Covid data tonight by province, because no-one seems to plot what I want to see…and the differences in news pages by province made me laugh: Alberta had the most amazing data, graphs, and…

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Simulating an Epidemic

April 5, 2020

This blog was originally posted to facebook on April 2, 2020 and captured quite a bit of interest. Since my facebook account is private, I wanted to make it more widely available. Hey Peeps…a couple of you reached out to me tonight…including the evening news…with some snarky comments about the government having a hard time…

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