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Some of my interests include modeling and simulation (mathematical, computational, economic, econometric), data analysis, visualization.


Nov
10
awarded  Commentator
Nov
10
comment Is it normal for a fixed gear bicycle's rear wheel to slip forward in its dropouts from time to time?
Interesting point about only using one, on the drive side. But that seems like you are just asking for trouble without any benefit. (You only should brush the teeth you care about, right?)
Nov
1
asked Caliper position effect on braking or suspension?
Oct
14
awarded  Critic
Oct
14
accepted Add front brake and/or improve back brake on 2012 Specialized P.24?
Oct
14
answered Add front brake and/or improve back brake on 2012 Specialized P.24?
Oct
14
comment Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
This is a comment -- and may be good advice -- but it doesn't fit as an answer. The Q&A format works better when the community uses it carefully.
Oct
14
comment Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
This makes sense as a comment, but not as an answer.
Oct
14
comment Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
Thanks for answering the "why" part of my question.
Oct
14
awarded  Scholar
Oct
14
accepted Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
Sep
28
revised Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
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Sep
27
revised Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
added 607 characters in body
Sep
27
comment What to use to clean your chain (and cogs)?
@Baumr Do whatever floats your boat! (chains are symmetrical, so it shouldn't matter, right?)
Sep
27
asked Reusing SRAM 10 Speed PowerLock?
Aug
30
revised Add front brake and/or improve back brake on 2012 Specialized P.24?
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Aug
30
comment Add front brake and/or improve back brake on 2012 Specialized P.24?
Thanks. It looks like the odysseybmx.com/catalog/braking/springfield-brake would fit on the rear.
Aug
29
awarded  Student
Aug
29
asked Add front brake and/or improve back brake on 2012 Specialized P.24?
Jul
16
comment Why is it easier to follow a cyclist up-hill
@DanielRHicks I think you are pulling too many numbers out of the air. A rider, at his threshold, by definition, is going to be putting out (more or less) the same wattage no matter what the grade is.