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The learner repeated this process for a total of 30 rounds (this number was chosen due to budgetary constraints). Since not all experiments passed quality control, 30 rounds accounted for 2697 experiments (~29%) of the total 96x96 experiment space, which covered 1670 experiments (~72%) in the underlying (unduplicated) 48x48 experiment space. During the process of data collection, there was no human intervention as to which experiments to perform, nor did we attempt any assessment of the performance of the learner. To complete the dataset, the 634 combinations of drug and clone (ignoring duplication) that had not been chosen by the learner were collected after the 30 rounds. We also collected images for all drugs for six clones outside the set of 48 that the learner knew about.

After data collection had been completed, we first asked whether the active learner accurately predicted phenotypes for unobserved experiments. We assessed the accuracy of the predictions of a model from a given round using data it had not yet seen: data from the 'completion' experiments as well as from experiments that were performed in subsequent rounds. Each prediction for an experiment consisted of a phenotype from the set of phenotypes observed so far, and was considered correct if a plurality of images from that experiment were closest (in the feature space) to an image from an observed experiment that had been assigned to the same phenotype. That is, for each of the images from an as yet unobserved experiment, the image was found that was closest to it out of all that the learner had already observed. The phenotype that this closest image had been assigned by the learner was given to the image from the unobserved experiment. The number of unobserved images assigned to each phenotype was then counted, and if more images were assigned to the predicted phenotype than any other individual phenotype, the prediction was considered correct (note that the phenotypes themselves may change from round to round). This definition parallels the nearest-neighbor methods used for clustering (see Materials and methods). Using this definition, the accuracy of the model learned after each round was retrospectively calculated ( Figure 2 , black line).

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The performance of the active learner (black line) generally increased superlinearly as more data were acquired. Hypothetical models (dotted gray lines) with fixed generalization accuracy have …

We then asked whether the last actively learned model could make accurate predictions for the six clones the learner had not seen. Given just the images for the unperturbed (no-drug) condition for the six clones, we generated predictions for the remaining 47x6 experiments and assessed them using the same nearest neighbor plurality approach described above. As a baseline accuracy for these predictions, we can consider what predictions we could make without having learned a model. In this case, we have no way of knowing what phenotypes are possible (other than the unperturbed phenotypes), and must predict that no matter what drug is added the phenotype would remain unperturbed. For the six unseen clones, this would lead to an accuracy of 85%, i.e., 15% of the experiments showed a phenotype different from the unperturbed phenotype for that clone. The model from active learning did much better than this, giving an accuracy of 98% (only 5–6 out of 282 experiments were incorrectly predicted). As can be expected, the learner’s predictions were also significantly better than expected for random guessing if we are given the set of possible phenotypes ( P <0.05, Multinomial test). This high accuracy at generalizing to new clones suggests that the final model had captured quite well the effects of the drugs on the localization of any target (at least for targets somewhat similar to the original set).

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The other thing I noticed was that Spufford knows about the Australia paradox! OK, he doesn’t call it by that name, but it’s recognizably the same thing. I’d not before realized how applicable the Australia paradox is to storytelling. The real Australia really does exist, but places in stories are stage sets. Obvious, really, but I’d never thought of it that way before.

One other thing: Spufford says in his book that he’s written lots of book reviews (“a couple hundred thousand words of literary journalism”) but is only including a few of these because he “was never very good at declaring sufficient independence from the book at hand, and producing something that I wanted to say, in a form worth keeping.” I don’t care, I want to read them all, or at least a lot of them. Remember Orwell’s 4-volume collected essays, letters, and journalism? Of course you do. I’d love to see a big fat book with small type, crammed with just about every review that Spufford’s ever written. And it’s not like I’m the world’s biggest Spufford fan. I just like to read book reviews. Too bad that the market for books is declining (competition with free stuff online such as this blog!) so we’re not going to see such a collection. I remember running into Alfred Kazin’s son once and asking if they could put together a collection of his dad’s unpublished Jackson stretch dress Rebecca Minkoff YgW74zxAQ
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Pryor unhooks the deer’s skull from the wall above his still-curled-up companion. Examines it. Not a good specimen –the back half of the lower jaw’s missing, a gap that, with the open cranial cavity, makes room enough for Pryor’s head.

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