Karthik Ram @_inundata

Yay Area / ✈ in transit

May 2012

Related academic trees:
Evolutionhttp://academictree.org/evolution/, Marine Eco: academictree.org/mareco/. You can also crosslist.

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Are you a terrestrial ecologist, or know someone who is? If so, please add yourself to the academic tree: academictree.org/tereco/

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cboettig Put together a l’il package for dynamic citations in , now looking for feedback. carlboettiger.info/2012/05/30/kni…

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@duffy_ma wow, I haven’t been on twitter the last two weeks and you’ve made great strides in desk tech. Homemade standing desk, now this!

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@recology_ Congrats dude! I’m sure you have time for at least a brief celebration before moving.

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Congrats to freshly minted Dr. Chamberlain! @recology_

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mrgunn Last signup update for today. We passed 5000! Please use tomorrow until next . Long way to go yet. pic.twitter.com/vXBmbOW8

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LizNeeley Experimental evidence Twitter can engage students, mobilize faculty, foster participatory learning bit.ly/IZGTwi (2011 but new to me)

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@jonesor haha. SOUNDS but it really is super simple. If I ever beat my blogging inertia, I’ll write a detailed post on it.

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@duffy_ma Then one day, boom, you’ll be like a really sharp rock and start looking for people to hive five and preach the gospel of R.

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@jonesor I agree. I’m working (as are others) on ways to use markdown + R + pandoc to write via github and use a difftool for track changes.

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@recology_ Sounds like something Scooby Doo came up with (or atleast the name does).

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ShareLatex is an online collabration tool for folks that write manuscripts in latex. sharelatex.com .

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@recology_ CartoDB plays really well with gbif data. Planning to talk more with @andrwexhill about this today.

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@rOpenSci Just met @andrwexhill a few minutes ago.

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@rOpenSci hah. I briefly looked for it but thanks for tracking it down.

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Wrong link in previous tweet: cartodb.com Looking forward to making it useful for @rOpenSci tools.

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At at geospatial wrokshop on cartodb (catodb.com) at UC Bekeley’s Grinnell Lab.

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Research Blogs and the Discussion of Scholarly Information.
plosone.org/article/info%3…

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@aarathiprasad Try flickr and filter by CC licenses.

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rOpenSci pretty documentation for @rOpenSci packages bit.ly/IYy0qe, thx @hadleywickham / staticdocs (bit.ly/IYxXux)

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@recology_ @hadleywickham Just started playing with d3 and ggplot myself. Exciting stuff!

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At LinkedIn listening to NYT graphics editor @amandacox taking about data visualization.

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@hadleywickham there is already one for twitter. TwitteR.

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Diversity Loss v. Environmental Change: The Story of the Paper imachordata.com/?p=1217
congrats @jebyrnes and group.

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@ethanwhite or to clarify, big ideas > data packed, narrowly focused seems to win out according to JW.

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@ethanwhite Yeah, I got that impression from Jack Williams post. I hope to read more from other panelists.

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More insights on NSF preproposals

scientopia.org/blogs/proflike…

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Looks like NSF panels favor data-packed pre proposals rather than big ideas.
scientopia.org/blogs/proflike…

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