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Joe Thorley
A computational biologist who programs in R and fits models using JAGS, STAN and TMB.
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Joe Thorley May 24
hmstimer a new package to track elapsed clock time using a hms scalar
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Joe Thorley May 23
Replying to @AndyPurvisNHM @IPBES
Simple videos explaining how the conclusions are derived.
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CHN May 21
SGaawaay K'uuna is now available for preorder on iTunes! With the release date of June 1st. It will be available for rental after June 1st on this same link.
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Poisson Consulting May 21
An excellent interview by Chris Muir () who spent a productive four months working with us. The smbr R package which facilitates Bayesian analyses using STAN was one of the fruits of his labours. We wish him all the best in his new position.
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Joe Thorley May 13
Significance, Thresholds and Decision-Making A short presentation
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Greta Thunberg May 7
Where are the breaking news? The extra news broadcasts? The front pages? Where are the emergency meetings? The crisis summits? What could be more important? We are failing but we have not yet failed. We can still fix this. But not if we continue like today. Not a chance.
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Pedro Jordano May 6
Must read, report: 14 out of 18 categories of biodiversity indicators show clear declining trends. We need transformative changes, fundamental, system-wide reorganization across paradigms, goals and values of our society in relation to nature.
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Andy Purvis May 6
How humanity is driving widespread declines in nature - the direct drivers (like land use change and climate change) are rooted in societal causes. Put simply, people keep wanting more stuff, and there are more people. From the
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Andy Purvis May 6
"The earth is in trouble" - of The 's take on the . Lots of scary stuff - but also lots of hope IF we do the right thing NOW
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seb dalgarno Apr 24
really loving these 17 rules and reflecting on how they might apply to R 📦 dev: e.g. 1. Rule of Modularity: Write simple parts connected by clean interfaces. 2. Rule of Simplicity: Design for simplicity; add complexity only where you must.
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Joe Thorley Apr 8
Replying to @IsabellaGhement
Thanks Isabella - will do
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Joe Thorley Apr 8
I am talking on Significance, Thresholds and Decision Making - which is especially relevant in the light of
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Joe Thorley Mar 25
new aptly named readwritesqlite package to read and write to SQLite databases while automatically preserving metadata (class, time-zone, projection, units etc) and logging changes (among other things)
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Zad Chow Mar 22
Valid P-Values Behave Exactly as They Should: Some Misleading Criticisms of P-Values and Their Resolution With S-Values by ⁦
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Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology Mar 13
The countdown is on for CMI's Regulated Rivers II conference, happening May 8-9 in ! Check out the draft schedule of talks that was recently posted onto the event webpage: . Be sure to register soon! ,
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Joe Thorley Feb 28
Replying to @JennyBryan
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seb dalgarno Dec 18
tinter R 📦 is now on CRAN! (my first CRAN 📦 🎉) Thanks to and for support. Easily generate monochromatic palettes - read more at
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Robert Lennox Nov 26
This is a very good package for recreational and commercial fisheries stock research
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Joe Thorley Nov 26
The ypr package lets you calculate optimal yields in fish populations using equilibrium-based yield-per-recruit methods. Now on CRAN.
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Joe Thorley Nov 26
Extra-Poisson Variation with the Negative Binomial Distribution
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