Welcome to the blog!

Welcome to this blog, which is the new home for thoughts and technical things. As babelgraph.org has been retired, you can still get the code at:

BabelGraph Alpha

Over time I will try to migrate the old blog posts (mostly dealing with network analyses and C++ using R) to here along with the very informative user comments, and updates.

For old time’s sake, here is the old thumbnail gallery from the BabelGraph Alpha release (mixed Linux and Mac screenshots). A beautiful sight!

Directed tree on Linux

Linux desktop version

Mac desktop version

Binary tree

Negative assortativity

Positive assortativity - homophily

Assistant Professor of Medicine and Informatics

I am a pulmonary and critical care physician at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine, and core faculty member at the Palliative and Advanced Illness Research (PAIR) Center. My work seeks to translate innovations in artificial intelligence methods into bedside clinical decision support systems that alleviate uncertainty in critical clinical decisions. My research interests include clinical informatics, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning, population health, and pragmatic trials.