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Noam Ross
Senior Research Scientist, . Editor, . Disease and theoretical ecology, , open science + code. Also fun, love, progress + justice.
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Noam Ross 11h
Replying to @TrashBirdEcol
If you promise good tweet content from the room on the right I will pay the difference
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Noam Ross 14h
Replying to @BrunaLab @sckottie
This view is not endorsed by our organization
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Noam Ross 24h
We have some new things in the works, like automation to make things easier for reviewers and authors.
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Noam Ross Jun 23
Replying to @vsbuffalo
One of fave places in Providence is Den Den on Benefit St. Hope you make it up there.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @tylermorganwall
This is going the be great for species distribution probabilities on a landscape, as paperweights.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
I think maybe this means it's mostly mac users unfamiliar with homebrew fumbling with this.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Oh so Windows users don't have to worry about this for those packages because Jeroen has taken care of it? Lucky them.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Um, what RO tooling for Windows? 😬
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @ColinJCarlson
I assume we're on global scale and can't just assume pixels are the same size and distance from each other?
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @ColinJCarlson
sf::st_buffer()?
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Earth Lab CU-Boulder Jun 21
Hey community! Are you planning to attend ? If so, join us for a BoF event discussing the brand new , an open community to promote python best practices, Thurs 7/11 6-7pm in Room 204!
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @BrunaLab
Not to mention that author order is a pretty poor proxy for degree/type of contribution.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Then you need to explain homebrew. Which may be the way to go! But my ideal guide would explain how to install the dependencies all the way down. Might need to specify the deity to pray to, as well.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
What's the most friendly, multiplatform and edge-case rich guide to installing GDAL for that one would send to a beginner so they can use some code that requires it? Thinking of something like 's "Happy Git with R" for GDAL.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Oh hey, the video of my talk about the {redoc} package is up! Thanks and for such excellent video production.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @abfleishman
Check out the vignette!
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @PhDemetri
Like, I think I know stats stuff reasonably well, and have and and still spend a lot of time learning, but I feel like I'm always reading about what I don't know enough about.
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Noam Ross Jun 21
Replying to @PhDemetri
Dunno if there is a solution. There's more research to be done than people w statistical training, researchers are expected to meet high statistical standards and also do/be expert in their research topic areas, time and funding are limited. Sorry, been morose about this lately.
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Binder Team Jun 21
Big news from us: you can now directly launch records on ! Read all about it and how to use it on the blog: ps. already support CalTechDATA as a second archive as well!
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