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Joe Thorley
A computational biologist who programs in R and fits models using JAGS, STAN and TMB. I sometimes tweet about fish.
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Joe Thorley 7h
I like it. Here’s another Reduce the uncertainty in what you think you know from what you see without having to assume all other things are equal.
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Sarah Drasner Sep 16
This is an important read. Linus Torvalds reflecting on his behavior and apologizing, and it's a good sign for the future of tech because technology is also about people.
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Iain Malcolm Sep 16
Interested in how electrofishing data can be used to assess Atlantic ? New study combines novel statistical methods with large dataset collected by , , and to develop potential benchmark.
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yo yehudi🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺 Sep 8
I've learnt recently that finding reviewers for software papers is trickier than I guessed! If you want to help out & think Open Source scientific software is awesome, you can volunteer to review for here: or learn more:
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Wes McKinney Sep 8
News flash: having your employees contribute to open source can make them better employees
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Arfon Smith Sep 7
We're looking for someone with solid LaTeX expertise to spend a few (paid) hours helping to clean up the JOSS/JOSE LaTeX template (). Know anyone?
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David Spiegelhalter Sep 7
This conflict is predictable.Heart age is a (rigorous) re-framing of relative risk Cost-effective policies are based on absolute risks
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Mike McQuaid Sep 5
Stop failing at using open source software in your organisation by following a few, simple tips:
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Mike Croucher Sep 3
Case study for 'why rse?' 7 year 'war' in physics caused by botched code.
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PeerJ — Life and Environment Journal Sep 3
Effectiveness of five personal shark deterrents developed for surfers are tested in study published by . See the article here:
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Joe Thorley Aug 30
We have a hex for our package ypr designed by The Forest
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Garrick Aden-Buie Apr 5
🎉 Just released! RegExplain v0.2.0 -- an RStudio Addin slash utility belt for regular expressions. Featuring: Easy text import, interactive regexp match previews, a library of patterns, and lots of regex help.
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Aki Vehtari Aug 21
New split-Rhat convergence diagnostic and relative effective sample size estimates using rank normalized values, quantiles, and posterior intervals. I learned a new things about MCMC when making this
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Joe Thorley Aug 21
flobr: a new R package to convert files to and from blobs
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Garrett Grolemund Aug 21
Thank you to Erik Petrovski for making a beautiful cheatsheet. Available at
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Carl Boettiger Aug 20
arkdb 📦onboarded at & now on CRAN: ! Stream large tables from a database into compressed text files or vice versa. Can help databases import those CSVs too large to read into memory w/o leaving
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ZENODO Aug 19
We are back online!!! We deeply apologize for the inconvenience and trouble it has caused. We will post full details about the incident tomorrow. If you find any issues don't hesitate to let us know
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Douglas Yu Aug 17
Counting fish with eDNA. Our latest preprint, all the way from Alaska to Twitter.
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ZENODO Aug 18
Update: Diagnostics have shown problems in 3 database tables that we are investigating. We have 3 senior engineers working on the problem since 12:00 UTC yesterday, and are doing our outmost to bring back Zenodo ASAP. We deeply apologize for the inconvenience.
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Joe Thorley Aug 17
A new app and R package to analyze species sensitivity distributions The R package was developed by and Carl Schwarz and the app was developed by for the Ministry of Environment, BC.
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