Tamara Broderick

Miscellaneous Projects


Nomon (2009)

Selection methods that require only a single-switch input, such as a button click or blink, are potentially useful for individuals with motor impairments, mobile technology users, and individuals wishing to transmit information securely. Our method, Nomon, allows selection of points on a screen using a single-switch. Example applications include writing, using a GUI, and drawing---with only a single switch.

  • I no longer support the Nomon code base, but the old website for Nomon (including code) can be found here: [link]
  • Nomon Keyboard tutorial: [video]
  • Example sentence written with Nomon: [video]

HarleMCMC Shake (2013)

  • Two short animations illustrate the differences between a Metropolis-Hastings (MH) sampler and a Hamiltonian Monte Carlo (HMC) sampler. [video]
  • All code is available for download at this github repo: [link]
  • Learn more about the Harlem Shake 2013 meme here: [link]
  • Joint work with David Duvenaud

Know Your Distrosaurs (2013)


Bi-nom-nom-nom-ial (2014)