@JacquelynGill I would not recommend using R’s built in editor.
@JacquelynGill or go with a text editor like Text Wrangler (syntax highlighting etc) or if you’re hardcore, emacs with keyboard bindings.
@JacquelynGill R Commander is really dated at this point. Use Rstudio (nice IDE with great features not found elsewhere).
@JanetPierson link for your prezi talk?
This cat and I are in agreement about RDF. flickr.com/photos/yoz/627…
Github network in the bay area: nicefigure.org/post/116914828… Not all that surprising.
This year’s winner of Dance Your PhD is pretty awesome: vimeo.com/30299036
@carlystrasser Tamaya misses you too. ♫ ♪ ♩ ♫ ♬
Best. Abstract. Ever. arxiv.org/ftp/arxiv/pape…
@BrunaLab Switch to Mendeley. I highly recommend it and am able to answer questions about it too.
@carlystrasser just saw you walk past me.
@ethanwhite Time to mark all as read and start over.
@DavidJohnGibson You do set the bar high for your lab.
Rise of retractions citations: nicefigure.org/post/113519526…
@arielwaldman The first time I saw your TED talk it was the first thought that crossed my mind.
Just registered for sf science hack day! @sciencehackday
@recology_ I really wish sed and awk were part of R.
Nice Figure is a neat blog about nice figures that were recently published. nicefigure.org
Get Growl notifications for activity on watched github projects. Nice! github.com/sickill/git-du…
wardatron Somebody really needs to tell all prospective PhD students that having a PhD does not mean you get a permanent job in academic science. Ever
@JacquelynGill Awesome. That’s the advice I give to all grad students these days.