No. It is easy. You start small. Build something out of a piece of cardboard, or a piece of wood. If you build something that you love, you’ll probably love it for many years to come.
A little bit has to be left over. You have limited space in the garage, and want to be sure it doesn’t become something cluttered. You’d ideally try to build something that has room for a small number of tools. If it comes out of thin wood, you can always drill it out and ream the threads.
If woodworking is something you enjoy, and you want to learn, don’t fret. The more you love you’re work, and the more you want to show what your skills are, the more you’ll eventually be able to make. It just takes time.
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There is a new version of this paper on Neuron http://www.neuron.org/content/early/2014/11/03/Neuron.v7n2.full.pdf, which replaces the first version posted here. The second version of this paper was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
As the pace of technological change accelerates, the way that brain responses are interpreted and mapped to represent changes during training is increasingly complex. Computationally tractable approaches require a large data set which includes not only an individual’s response, but also a large network-scale representation of the training data. This review covers issues, in the sense of mathematical, technical and computational, and includes comparisons to existing algorithms; and also discusses how these algorithms differ; and of the computational and mathematical implications of proposed approaches for the understanding of neuroimaging data. It is concluded that the current tools for exploring the temporal dynamics and representation of neuronal activity during training are sufficient, or at least sufficient to capture some important aspects of current neuroimaging research.
The methods reviewed here are widely used, but in the past few years it has been clear to many researchers that new methods are required to account for not only how neural representations are represented, but also to interpret and analyse training data. At this juncture, a new method has emerged
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