Karthik Ram @_inundata

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November 2011

mhsorens Two of the Mendeley PLoS Binary Battle winners @PaperCritic, @rOpenSci were my favourites bit.ly/t64v0f

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cboettig Wow, our @rOpenSci project takes a runner-up prize in the @mendeleyAPI binary battle! mendeley.com/blog/design-re…

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Thanks everyone for supporting @rOpenSci in the Binary Battle! @jasonHoyt @mrgunn

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jasonpriem Congrats to @openSNPorg , @PaperCritic , and @rOpenSci for placing in the ! bit.ly/uifHDP

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@ekansa Yeah. What a clusterfuck for such a tech strong university.

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@mrgunn Run this bit of code in R. In the result look for X-RateLimit-Remaining

gist.github.com/1390327

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@mrgunn @cboettig Yes they are. Based on your IP address they are limited to 150 requests/hr (for search it is 5000).

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sckottie rOpenSci has a page on G+! bit.ly/vNal04 - Add us to your circles, and help us make awesome R-based tools for open science.

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@hadleywickham Yes, I use ggplot pretty much every single day. Please email/DM if I can help somehow.

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rkoskela RT @AZStateGeo: DataONE progress in data repository services appears transportable to geoscience communities.

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jonesor Our new R package for estimating age-specific survival from incomplete capture-recapture/recovery data. Now on CRAN. bit.ly/sxouit

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My undergrad assistants are quite adorable. i.imgur.com/LeamX.jpg

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omearabrian I’m looking for grad student(s): brianomeara.info/lab

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@recology_ multicore and snow are now part of base. So those functions just work. Also:

library(parallel)
?makeCluster

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@JacquelynGill no worries. Just did a R workshop for ecologists this am. Plenty of these types of questions.

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rOpenSci New post-Use case: combining taxize and rgbif, OR ‘how do I check species names, then get occurrence data’ bit.ly/uGrYXG

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@JacquelynGill Super easy. If the var is in a column df_name[,-5] if it is the 5th column. 5 can be a range e.g. 2:5 or specific cols c(1,4)

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Have you upgraded to R 2.14 yet? Here are some user-visible changes you can see right away: stat.ethz.ch/R-manual/R-dev…

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