Comics about mathematics, science, and the student life.


First panel. Angry boyfriend: "I can't take this, you're always gaming. You need to choose: me, or your game." Girlfriend: "I choose both." Boyfriend: "Fine then. I'm leaving." Second panel (boyfriend has stormed out). Girlfriend: "You never said it was a xor kind of choice!"

This is a classic example of a precise mathematical definition that does not coincide with our typical usage.


Hyperparameters are just like weeds. They keep popping up.

Seriously, I think weeding might be an easier job overall.


Making sure to use every single bit of whitespace.

Once you’ve minimized the margins and font size, this is the next step towards maximizing the black-to-white ratio on the document!


Making contributions in science only gets more involved.

“I’m just too early for my time.”

Username Selection

Finding a good username.

Trying to come up with a good username on an old service is the best way to grasp how unoriginal you are against the collective creativity of humanity.

Cherry Picking

Cherry picking the data.

“Hey, I’m just the commander of the ship. I only choose the promising directions.”

Homework Progression

Homework progression.

Despite my best intentions, there’s always the inevitable slump towards mediocrity.

The Professor Effect

A classic tale.

It’s amazing how consistently this happens to me. It’s almost as if I didn’t really understand what the teacher was talking about!


A comparison of tennis players and teachers.

Surprisingly, the forearms of grizzled veterans of the teaching profession appear to be larger than professional arm wrestlers.

New Notation

Bringing new notation to the table.

“But wait, the notation will make sense in about twenty minutes, even if I’m not using it now!”