Karthik Ram (@_inundata)

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January 14th, 2013

@ethanwhite ah cool thanks. Too many articles about good scientific computing practices these days. Hard to keep track ;)

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@labroides field reports from Fiji, work-life balance, life as a untenured professor etc. Go.

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@ctitusbrown No it would either be a knitr document (not interactive) or a shiny app (interactive).

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edyong209 "However, your blog has helped renew my enthusiasm, and I thank you for that." Well, that's just wonderful. (2/2)

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edyong209 Email from someone whose study I wrote about: "Although I love science, I was feeling very discouraged by job and grant prospects..." (1/2)

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se_hampton Why Do Women Leave Biology? Comparing gender issues in M.D. vs Ph.D. tracks… timing and also mismatched supply:demand aibs.org/bioscience-pre…

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cpwillett DMPTool receives $590K grant from Alfred P. Sloan Foundation || yay bit.ly/W1n9yy

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@distribecology different cores on same machine. you have 4 or 8?

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@distribecology or distributed operations in general.

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@distribecology But the Q is still do all need to be used at once? If not, you can parallelize and do distributed ggplotting and such.

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@distribecology But if you need all, throw into MySQL and query with RMySQL.

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@distribecology since your sims are generating the data, I’d break it up or summarize before writing.

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@distribecology Do you need to use all that data at one time?

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rOpenSci For the afternoon crowd: You should be doing “open science”–and we’ll help you! by @distribecology bit.ly/13wtpDD

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wilbanks those new to open access - don't leave when the grief subsides. the publishers aren't grieving. they'll still be here, fighting. will you?

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ESA_org ESA member Susan Williams is lead author of new report on California's aquarium trade news.yahoo.com/protect-oceans…

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@peromhc @Sheril_ @mbeisen @drugmonkeyblog ESA for e.g. doesnt make much from what I know. Just enough to keep the society + meetings afloat

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@figshare Awesome. Not listing ind files is ok. Will explain in metadata that this is a git repo and what it contains.

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@hylopsar Yes. Just go to your dashboard > settings > Reading and choose static page instead of latest posts.

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@jasonHoyt right. Twitter made some noise about showing only resolved urls (even though they shorten for chr limit).

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Guest post: You should be doing “open science”–and we’ll help you! wp.me/p2wMuW-1fK @distribecology in @DynamicEcology re @rOpenSci

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@jasonHoyt you can choose your preferred one with some clients. E.g. Tweetbot. I use bitly with my API key.

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