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Noam Ross
Disease Ecologist, . Editor, . Theory, dynamical systems, , open science + code, teaching. Also fun, love, progress + justice.
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Noam Ross 7h
Very excited to lend a small hand on this! Highlights (for me): - Areas of most livestock at-risk != those with greatest at-risk human pops - Vaccine coverage lowest in both those areas - Principled variable selection and insights from model uncertainty 👉 read the supp. info!
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Colin J Carlson 21h
...and finally, it's out on bioRxiv: "The global distribution of Bacillus anthracis and associated anthrax risk to humans, livestock, and wildlife" This was three-ish years of work on a CENTURY of data. I'll let the work speak for itself:
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Noam Ross 18h
Replying to @deboltMC
Not so simple but easier than it used to be! Pass a `labeller()` to the faceting function:
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Noam Ross Aug 19
Replying to @vsbuffalo
(Assuming Bitcoin retains its value)
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Noam Ross Aug 17
Replying to @millerdl
[squints] Looks good to me!
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Will Landau Aug 16
It is indeed heartfelt. Like I said, combines expertise and approachability, and its community inspires people to collaborate as the best versions of themselves.
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Just accidentally opened Gmail's "tasks" pane and found incomplete, anxiety-inducing to-dos from a decade ago.
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Replying to @ColinJCarlson
Not *not* subtweeting you: People like AUC because it's always just the bigger number than any other model score, right?
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Replying to @ColinJCarlson
Actually, no
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Pseudoreplication is alive and well
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Replying to @eanewmanecology
Soo much good stuff packed into so little time!
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Noam Ross Aug 16
Replying to @eanewmanecology
Soo much good stuff packed into so little time!
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Erica Newman Aug 15
For those of you interested in my 5-minute Frontiers in Disease Macroecology talk, here it is. (Text and slides in different files to preserve fonts). I do not own any of these images, just the text.
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Noam Ross Aug 16
As soon as you use this once you realize how much you've always wanted it. Good work, team !
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Noam Ross Aug 15
Replying to @_NickGolding_ @jtrnyc
I think if you add '--webtex' to 'pandoc_args' in your Rmd YAML that might do it. You might have to convert to HTML. and back to markdown, though
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Noam Ross Aug 14
Replying to @juliasilge
I'm not looking for a C++ replacement but having a nice package manager for compiled code is GREAT
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InsightR Aug 14
BooST (Boosting Smooth Trees) a new Machine Learning Model for Partial Effect Estimation in Nonlinear Regressions
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Binder Team Aug 14
The Binder 2.0 paper is live! It covers the technical details and inspiration behind Binder 2.0, as well as our vision for its future!
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Shaena Montanari Aug 13
I feel really blessed to have reached the point in my academic career where I have a 5 year long email chain about a manuscript that has not been submitted yet
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