Roger Sabbadini, Ph.D., was the motivation behind this animation. The actin-myosin crossbridge system is complex, and we are really only speculating on the details in many ways. However, if a picture is worth a thousand words, this one second, 15 frame, animation is worth at least 15 thousand.
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Here is the link to the new Passion-Driven Statistics e-book!
Passion-Driven Statistics is an NSF-funded, multidisciplinary, project-based curriculum that supports students in conducting data-driven research, asking original questions, and communicating methods and results using the language of statistics. The curriculum supports students to work with existing data covering psychology, health, earth science, government, business, education, biology, ecology and more. From existing data, students are able to pose questions of personal interest and then use statistical software (e.g. SAS, R, Python, Stata, SPSS) to answer them. The e-book is presented in pdf format for ease of use across platforms. It can also be customized by downloading and editing the .iba file (available through the link below) using the free “iBook Author” software.
For more information, contact Lisa Dierker, firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the Passion-Driven Statistics website at https://passiondrivenstatistics.com/
As part of our NSF-funded passion-driven statistics project, we have just started to share more widely our “translation code” aimed at supporting folks in learning code-based software and in moving more easily between them. The pdf includes all of the basic syntax for managing, displaying and analyzing data, translated across SAS, R, Python, Stata and SPSS. http://bit.ly/PDS_TranslationCode.
Please feel free to circulate widely to students, instructors, data science professionals and everyone in between.
For more information about our warm and welcoming data-driven curriculum, check out https://passiondrivenstatistics.com/ or reach out to Kristin Flaming at email@example.com or Lisa Dierker at firstname.lastname@example.org.