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Claire McWhite
Grad student at UT Austin. Prev Rice. Proteomics, Systems Bio, comparing things to each other. Status: Cilia, plants.
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Claire McWhite 34s
Replying to @DrFroglove
Also FYI, there's an R meetup tonight at Dell Med. It'll be lightning talks.
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Replying to @DrFroglove
It was the anomalize package
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Austin Tech Events 20h
Check out the meetup tomorrow to learn about Lightning Talks: Joint Meetup with R User Group at Dell Med -
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Claire McWhite Apr 21
I should also mention the daltonization functions that are supposed to enhance images/palettes to make problematic colors more distinguishable.
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Claire McWhite Apr 21
to_random <- function(c){simulate_cvd(c, matrix(c( runif(1,0,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,0,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,-1,1), runif(1,0,1) ),3,3,byrow=TRUE))} p <- ggdraw() + draw_image("cell.png") edit_colors(p, to_random)
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Claire McWhite Apr 21
That is harder. One thing I've used the colorblindr `edit_colors` function for is to randomly replace colors in images. It's in the hope that some combination will be interpretable. First image is the original, I'll post the code in the next tweet.
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Claire McWhite Apr 21
Our package colorblindr runs color vision deficiency simulations on R graphics. It's useful for checking that figures are interpretable.
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Rafael Martín-Ledo Apr 20
Killer... Cercaria larva specimen sampled in Bay of Santander 🎧
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Kate Heddleston Apr 20
I feel like 's twitter account should be a curriculum. She has the most amazing content about computers and systems.
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Claire McWhite Apr 20
- Said the Caesar salad
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Claire McWhite Apr 20
Replying to @LuisDVerde
Aww gee thanks! Adding on, here's the same data as used for the "NO" plot. It gives such a different impression visually
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Ciera Martinez Apr 19
Teaching a plant development module in an animal devo class tomorrow at . I get to tell them about the coolest part of plant development: Pluripotent stem cells are maintained throughout their entire lifetime!!! 🙌🌱🌵🌳👊
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Janelle Shane Apr 19
SkyKnit: when knitters teamed up with a neural network
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Claire McWhite Apr 17
Replying to @TraverHart
Forsooth, I am in the thrall of the Marcotte lab at the moment
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Claire McWhite Apr 17
Traver's real cool. Recommend
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Claus Wilke Apr 16
Replying to @ClausWilke
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Claus Wilke Apr 16
I just posted two new preview chapters for my book. 1. Multi-panel figures
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Lukas V. F. Novak Apr 16
is live! "Dive 03 is in an area that has never before been explored using deep-sea submersibles."
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Lukas V. F. Novak Apr 15
A giant virus infecting green algae encodes key fermentation genes This is the first report of fermentation-related genes in a virus.
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Jed Taylor Apr 15
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