Karthik Ram @_inundata

Yay Area / ✈ in transit

July 2012

Sir David Attenborough on the importance of twitter.

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@revodavid PS: Great to finally meet you last night.

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@revodavid oddly enough NYT’s graphics department uses R extensively to generate their pre-polished infographics.

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xieyihui 20 lines of R code to (almost) reproduce @hadleywickham ‘s website in stackoverflow.com/a/11657083/559…

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DataONEorg RT @DataUpCDL: DataUp blog post on DataONE: finding data is getting easier dataup.cdlib.org/?p=1012 cc @DataONEorg

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nceas What’s big deal about @DataONEorg? Will allow scientists to deal with tons of ecological data in one-stop shop 1.usa.gov/NJNpur

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Nerding out with data scientists in SF. pic.twitter.com/QYKf294E

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Fantastic! MT @DataONEorg: And we’re up: DataONE Goes Live: bit.ly/M5LtPN. Join us in a search for data.

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rOpenSci rplos tutorial added to our new site: bit.ly/PxqunT / @PLOS @mfenner

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kaythaney “A substantive portion of the working pop. now earns its livelihood doing a job that didn’t exist 10 or 20 years ago.” the99percent.com/tips/7196/Are-…

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The first tutorial on the new @rOpenSci website is up! Check out how to use treebase ropensci.org/tutorials/tree… !

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Jonathan Gray from @OKFN writes about changes in EU policies and the impact on open data. guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/…

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A social network whose sole purpose is facilitation knowledge production, invention, and collaboration. 7fff.com/2012/07/14/the… . So true.

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forestdim Great new reference book for theoretical ecologists. It’s kind of a big deal. amzn.to/Mx7VB7

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Quick and dirty markdown blog post.
1. Write a public gist in md
2. gist.io/_the_gist_ID
3. There is no 3.

example: gist.io/3140028

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@ethanwhite Indeed. and I am glad we are able to keep the discussion open to get these outdated publishing policies changed.

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@ethanwhite Such a shame about their policy.

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@KTInvasion Thanks! We totally missed that registration is not required for free workshops. So yes, you can just show up. cc/@rOpenSci

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@ESA_org @labroides @carlystrasser @LizNeeley Pro tip: The cool ecologists also put a bird on their ESA tote bags.

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Attending this year? There is still time to register for our R data workshop. esa.ropensci.org cost = $0

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@MiriamGoldste @carlystrasser @labroides @LizNeeley @jebyrnes we’re gonna make this happen! /puts a bird on this tweet.

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@briandoll @matthewmccull Sure thing, I’ll write one up shortly.

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@recology_ I <3 tweebot for ios and am glad it is finally available for osx.

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Slides from my talk on R and open science from earlier tonight. inundata.org/R_talks/BARUG/ Comments and feedback welcome.

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@datatelling Bummed I’ll miss your talk since I’ll be talking simutaneously about open science at another meetup.

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The awesome folks are Oak Ridge are using my data to parallelize distributed ggplotting for large data. cc @hadleywickham

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