Karthik Ram @_inundata

Yay Area / ✈ in transit

April 2013

@sandramchung That’s an age old trick! A great way to get someone to contribute.

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@elizabethiorns @MarkHahnel Tim O Reilly is also attending (I think) so It’ll be a party all around. :)

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tpoi [Blog] Data sharing and preprints in ecology bit.ly/11V8p7g

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Banyan - a GitHub for science. Looks a lot like GitHub itself.
bit.ly/16jf6FA

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@tomjwebb The registration fees are also quite insane.

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Reproducibility and reciprocity
bit.ly/18kfz75

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gawbul pyEnsemblRest will be the first package for @pyOpenSci, a blatant rip of @rOpenSci, but for instead of ;)

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David_Hillis Congrats to Marc Feldman, Joan Strassmann, Sally Otto, Brian Charlesworth, Ian Baldwin & Nancy Knowlton on election to NAS! Go Evol!

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frank_burdon : Is ecology becoming a problem-solving science? - trends in ecological research during the last 3 decades dx.plos.org/10.1371/journa…

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karmel_a GithubPages + Jekyll = My dissertation will be televised, internet style. Amazing how easy+pretty versus when I started web-devel 7 yrs ago!

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MSURabbott Interested in improving access to the worlds scientific resources? @ScienceExchange is hiring developers! Find me floating around

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@hspter @kara_woo with you on this one too. Real sugar or gtfo. One of my many nicknames is Sugar K. Because I love sugar so much.

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@BrunaLab @skmorgane gmail has been doing a fantastic job of sending really important email to spam lately. Have you checked there?

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@hspter agreed. They are all weird. I can’t do coffee without sugar.

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LettersOfNote An editor is a person who knows more about writing than writers do but who has escaped the terrible desire to write. pic.twitter.com/W6osqHYyR2

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@eddelbuettel is there a Rcpp book in the works?

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@kaythaney Congrats! Looking forward to hearing more.

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@labroides you will be, my friend.

That comma was really important.

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@labroides and we covered three centuries of environmental history in one evening.

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@labroides it was. I felt like a fish out of water taking about my research.

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Everyone at the party is a well known author and dropped off copies of their books at my house today. .

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Went to a birthday party for my 90 year old landlord and his octogenarian friends. Tried to teach them flip cup and failed. 1/2

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@zentree No idea. Took me the longest time to figure out after becoming a mac user.

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I’ve reached the point where there are no more easy keybindings for my text editor.

⌥ + ⌃ + ⇧ + 5 + A + Z + rub belly clockwise.

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A call to share code in the astrophysics community. 87% don’t.

bit.ly/YcbDG9

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@eldromedario @recology_ You can also use ggsubplot to add in that inset. If you post some code, I can help you get it right.

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@eldromedario @recology_ Fairly easy to do. Combine geom_line and geom_bar, adjust scales and inset second plot with a viewport.

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Friday night: A false sense of excitement that the weekend is coming up when in fact both days will be no different than any other.

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ryneches I think it should be a law that if you are a restaurant in an airport, you cannot put local time restrictions on “breakfast.”

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miah_ GitHub Offers Free Private Repositories for Women Learning Open Source Software bit.ly/14lR10F

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@hspter haha yes. I thought I was crazy.

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@adaptive_plant I also like iAwriter on a mac. But mostly write in ST2 with the markdown focus package.

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@adaptive_plant Sublime Text all the way down. Use it for everything these days. bit.ly/14lX0T7 bit.ly/14lX0CS

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@researchremix @jasonpriem Show her the ImpactStory report! Change in visitors, blog mentions, and bookmarks since last visit w/ conf int

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dancohen Zooniverse has open sourced their code for crowdsourcing scientific & cultural data blog.zooniverse.org/2013/04/16/gal… Planet Hunters, Old Weather, etc.

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@ethanwhite Right now it feels like DATA ALL THE THINGS!

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In case there weren’t enough web based markdown editors, here’s one more: bit.ly/181QwIy

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GBIF Congrats to @rOpenSci - won Best Overall App in @USGS Earth Science Data awards for TaxaViewer usgs.gov/newsroom/artic…, uses + others

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“Five years on, my job hangs by a thread, my future somewhat questionable” I’m a scientist, and that’s why I drink
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@tomjwebb I’m a moleskine addict and have sources here. If you’re really in need of a particular kind, I can get it for you.

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@ToriHerridge @tomjwebb I’m partial to the gridded one. Or plain. Good for doodling.

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@natekontny @mfenner happy to help with this. My email is firstname.lastname at gmail.

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Ira Glass on the secret of success (for creative work but also applies elsewhere) bit.ly/YX3EYJ

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@doc_becca I hope the kid submitted the paper as a scratch off. A+

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@tpoi @ctitusbrown Came to Berkeley early on but missed the chance. Been dying to see it.

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phylogenomics WTF - I hate how publication system completely screws up any figure w/ embedded text by conversion to TIFF plosone.org/article/info%3…

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@noamross @cboettig Have to explicitly push those.
git push origin refs/notes/*

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@noamross @cboettig I just scrolled down to “Sharing Notes” here bit.ly/17lh32i and realized you can’t cleanly push it.

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@noamross @cboettig So in a way those comments we talked about are actually in the repo?

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@vijay_ivaturi Awesome! Are you teaching, helping, organizing or attending?

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noamross FasteR! HigheR! StrongeR! - My guide to speeding up for busy people noamross.net/blog/2013/4/25…

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Some of my Twitter outrage is best captured by this → i.imgur.com/VTHcWsA.jpg@zachwill

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@noamross No but you can ref lines in the issues (just need to change .md ext to something else). Issues aren’t available offline anyway.

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@noamross Yes afaik (weird, I know). I wish it were everywhere.

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@noamross Purely on GitHub. It’s sort of their value added service on top of a free platform. It’s good but makes git less decentralized.

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@noamross It either remains in issues or on top of a commit.

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@noamross b) Click on any commit (like this: bit.ly/YWrHag) and then hover over line numbers to add a comment.

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@noamross a) Reference line numbers by appending to URL like so: bit.ly/ZLmcyl

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@recology_ @cboettig @thePeerJ It’s a Github thing. Markdown is rendered automatically. So you can ref lines. So add *any other* extension.

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@tmkeesey why not just clone? Forking serves the purpose of having one’s own copy to build upon, or to contribute back.

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@mfenner Have you seen DraftIn? bit.ly/Z0hisD
✔ markdown
✔ VC (although not transparent)
✔ collaboration
✔ diffs
✔ not geeky.

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@mfenner 1K barely covers any salary. There are no material costs involved in building something like this unlike expt work.

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@mfenner @recology_ @tmkeesey Agreed 100% Happy to build one but not without funding. markx was a prototype of the idea.

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@recology_ @tmkeesey Issues are usually fine. Analogous to a std. review. People rarely edit your ms directly but that’s what forks do.

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@recology_ @tmkeesey Mine had two pull requests with edits from random people which were actually great.

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@tmkeesey @recology_ No forking needed. Just post comments and feedback as issues. See bit.ly/UvWgpg

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@recology_ @thePeerJ You can’t do that with Github for plain text. Only code. So markdown etc doesn’t work.

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@ekansa thorn on my side too. Happy to throw in some % of my grant into a collective pot to fix this.

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SteveMartinToGo I believe it was Socrates who said, “When someone favorites your Tweet the nanosecond you send it, they are a bot.”

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@gingi0 There are still people around who use CVS? o_O

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@thePeerJ That’s awesome because I’m a huge fan/user of SO. The system forces people to articulate comments better. I’ve felt that myself.

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@thePeerJ @hylopsar Sounds like you borrowed many ideas from StackOverflow

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@shaenasaurus Not in a cv for a traditional academic job though.

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@shaenasaurus If it’s relevant to the job. I’m sitting through a machine learning class now. Would mention it if necessary.

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@sjGoring hah I hate that too. I never use twitter via the browser but when I do, I have to start at a user page. Glad it’s not just me.

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@Stew @altmetric Love the email alerts! Just noticed that @NCI_NCIP tweeted my recent paper. Wouldn’t have noticed otherwise.

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@DrLabRatOry I nodded without even reading the article. I did bookmark it for later though. /sad

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smfrogers Nice piece for us by @kaythaney about @DataKindUK “Doing good with data: why DataKind is launching in the UK” bit.ly/10BQ6rZ

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Cities of science. Wired article by @arbesman
bit.ly/Y5vret
Boston and Berkeley!
Nature paper: bit.ly/Y5vtCV

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@figshare Mac uploader bug. Cannot tab from username field to password field in login screen.

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@recology_ @yoavram yeah. We’re talking about native support. Julia was just done. If you guys want to help with R integration let me know.

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@recology_ I might work on it with @fperez_org. We talked about it last night.

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aloraine205 @sjGoring Right on. I love and . Everyone in my lab is using them now and we are 10x more productive.

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@ctitusbrown @noamross Use email from your own domain on gmail and when it goes away point it elsewhere and then RYO or pay for what’s avail

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@ctitusbrown @noamross Sure, any free product can be sunset anytime. But do you have to roll your own everything?

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@catallman Awesome! Happy to talk to you about it at scifoo. I’m an instructor at @swcarpentry

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@flimsin Thanks for putting that list together! We can’t add directly to it, can we?

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@flimsin You should also add @jennifergardy to the list.

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@ctitusbrown @noamross Boomerang is a paid service. Fremium model.

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profjsb BitTorrentSync (once it includes git-style versioning) fosters the reproducible research dream: persistent decentralized storage

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schuyler OH: “I think Mad Men is about to hit UNIX timestamp zero.”

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wiseio “If Big Data can’t fit hand-in-glove with usability & workflow… big data will be empty data crunching.” @billwise
allthingsd.com/20130423/big-d…

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@gvwilson I’ve been managing GitHub issues via CLI. You might find it useful too bit.ly/11A7gTB

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The magic citations tools in @papersapp works beautifully with @sublimehq. So thrilled at the moment.

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@Impactstory you guys got a shout out here (see last page): bit.ly/ZjhtV0

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@figshare @rmflight I should have done that. I put the figshare link inline with the text but will add to citations next time.

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@MikeTaylor @mbeisen When I heard about embargoes early in grad school it never made sense to me. Didn’t Q it because of impostor synd.

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@rmflight @figshare I have (sort of). Not Bioinf but another BMC journal. I just threw a figshare link in the article.

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An Introduction to Social Media for Scientists. by @Dr_Bik and @MiriamGoldste in @PLOSBiology

bit.ly/ZjhtV0

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@vsbuffalo @pathogenomenick @lexnederbragt @BioMickWatson Agreed. Without Hacker News and my Github stream I’d be lost.

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@David_Dobbs Just found out you’ll be at . Looking forward to finally meeting you!

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@MarkHahnel excited to see you there too. :)

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Just saw the participant list for . Star struck would be a huge understatement.

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Notes from Nature looks fantastic! Transcribe labels from museums in my building!
bit.ly/10x3Xjk

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@davidjayharris @hspter I guess Tweetbot really knows how to get people to click on things! i.imgur.com/DO8PVif.png

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@hspter The thumbnail just has ING. I was, like, they, like, really save their money, and stuff.

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@hylopsar You realize that you shouldn’t keep your sole copy of *anything* on a cloud hosted platform, right? esp one your not paying for.

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@arbesman They’ve been doing this for some time (at least a year). Obviously not everywhere but major locations.

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rOpenSci We just won the USGS Earth Sciences Data Challenge! Thanks for all your support.
applifyingusgsdata.challenge.gov/submissions

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@GrunerDaniel I appreciate you getting back to me so quickly. Feel free to contact w/ further Qs.


<long useless confidentiality notice>

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@msanclem Wanna trade? We got 85F weather here.

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Want: A option to favorite emails (like Twitter) in lieu of acknowledgement.

I’d be so thankful not to have “sounds good” emails anymore.

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@kara_woo Sorry. Classes are actually $1.75 discounted from $25. Excel error.

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@srsupp Congrats Sarah! Go spread that @weecology awesomeness to the east coast.

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omearabrian Please let folks know: RT I am looking for a postdoc to work on and in : brianomeara.info/ad

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counternotions What “academic freedom” asks former Harvard professor now at Google. bit.ly/15zpDwd

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zentree @_inundata I once put my cat in the acknowledgments. He was much more helpful than the reviewers.

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Acknowledgements: unhelpful comments from one obnoxious anonymous reviewer made me question my life and journal choices. Supported by NSFDEB

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@papersapp I’m almost ready to switch over but you are missing one key feature. auto-bibtex export (available in Mendeley). In the works?

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jamescrabtree This really is an outstanding headline - pic.twitter.com/gYUwTCl8gA

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Spreadsheets, Retractions, and Bias bit.ly/XYF12N

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A former UCL postdoc captures the atmosphere of the British museum in this delightful mix.
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So perfect for writing.

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Open Access at Berkeley.

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<3 Cal.

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timoreilly “Science sucks at getting better at science” Great observation made at iAnnotate conference bit.ly/14C5JB5 via @naypinya

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@Dr_Bik It’s already picnic day? Damn time sure flies.

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@sjGoring feel better dude. Sending good mojo your way.

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If you’re feeling stressed/burnt out from this week, grab a drink and watch Bob Ross paint some happy trees.

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@adaptive_plant @zotero Sounds awesome. I’d much rather have these features in an open environment.

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@adaptive_plant So far Papers is winning. It seems to match papers really well, even arXiv.

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@revodavid Thanks David. I love that dog and animal videos are taking up more screen space than code (given the weeks’ mood).

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@victoriastodden Looks like we need more such SNAFUs before people really start paying attention to the reproducibility problem.

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@adaptive_plant Trying both out for a month to see which one to go with. Zotero desktop does not feel intuitive (yet).

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@David_Dobbs I move the rest which is worth the extra trouble because I don’t end up with tax returns and other forms in my library.

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@David_Dobbs Regular expressions to match the use of doi or journal specific patterns. Some use the word “full”. Catches ~95%.

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@David_Dobbs I use Hazel heavily. It moves pdfs to watch folders from anywhere if it looks like an academic PDF.

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@David_Dobbs Thanks David! First Q was more important.

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Papersapp Q. Can it automatically monitor a folder and grab PDFs that show up? Can it organize PDFs and delete originals (like iTunes)?

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The Huffington Post cannot make headline fonts any bigger. It’s that kind of morning.

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omearabrian I am looking for a postdoc to work on and in : brianomeara.info/ad

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@soozaphone I read it. wow, just wow. I need another lie down.

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@GrunerDaniel @duffy_ma Here’s my secret. media.tumblr.com/3f3ad7e26f09c8… Lots of filing away, deleting, quick replies, and todo items.

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@Protohedgehog means altmetrics. ALM specifically refers to article level metrics.

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@jhamrick It is. I just want this all to end.

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@jhamrick What a shit week overall. I hate it.

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@recology_ I got access denied on both links. So what is the awesome part?

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I really hope I live to be age XX.

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@distribecology @cboettig you just need to remove the proxy part before the url.

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@phylorich Yep. I will gladly spend a bazillion hours doing this after you accept my god damned paper. For now just take the PDF.

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@tomjwebb me too :) That’s why I zoom in on the text on my laptop/tablet.

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@tomjwebb Same thing with double spaced lines. I don’t really need it anymore. I’m going to annotate the PDF.

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@JacquelynGill @sjGoring Not sure I entirely agree with your argument. Will post a comment.

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# THE FIGURES AND PUT THE LEGENDS BESIDE THEM, SO THAT I DON’T HAVE TO KEEP SCROLLING BACK AND FORTH THROUGH THE PDF
bit.ly/11idvv6

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Meter maids everywhere just suck.

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sesync Postdoc opp @ , apply deadline May 1 bit.ly/YlKRom Social, environmental, or cyberinfrastructure synthesis research

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@hspter Does Etsy have an SF office? Are they looking for an ecologist/data/stats nerd who also likes animals?

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@hspter I bet everyone at Etsy gets their choice of office animal companion. /jealous.

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@sjGoring Not to worry Simon. The one for academia is a drab gray page with “best viewed in Netscape 4.0” at the bottom.

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twoeightnine Beginning to think that getting your news a day later on a piece of paper really was the way to go.

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Some perks of working in industry. bit.ly/XICmYB

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@ucfagls @xieyihui and I just noticed that Gavin guessed correctly. :)

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@xieyihui That’s a long dash (also known as EM dash).

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@covert I have several such playlists. You’ve also seen musicforprogramming.net right?

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@phylorich @phdpqc I live dangerously in R and also take the slow lane to enjoy the view.

I kid but you’re right.

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@BrunaLab So you don’t do invited talks further north? ;)

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