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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 2h
We don't really "reject" much because authors can always come back if they implement reviewers' changes, but sometimes authors aren't up to the effort. Also, at this point you need high test coverage, CI, a vignette, and to pass a linter to get to review.
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Noam Ross 4h
Interesting! "The editorial team at IOB is committed to reading reviewer comments with an eye toward only passing along constructive feedback, stated in a supportive, positive way"
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Kristian Forbes Dec 17
Please RT. I'm looking for a PhD student in bat disease ecology. Fieldwork will be based in the amazing Taita Hills, rural Kenya. More info here
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EcoHealth Alliance Dec 12
The deadline to apply for has been extended to DECEMBER 31. Apply now to work with some of the world’s leading experts.
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Jimmy Jenny Desmond 20h
Excellent paper reiterating the critical need to implement recommended protocols made in previous reports and now proven to increase the safety and health of both and populations!
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Noam Ross 20h
Replying to @Sullydata
I have used data sets in excess of 200GB, but the limitation is primarily based on RAM and I have analysis machines with that much RAM. For bigger things or on a smaller computer I use an R connection to an on-disk DB (monetDB, Apache Drill)
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Noam Ross 22h
Kicking off now! 's community call about his research on governance for research projects
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rOpenSci 24h
[blog] "rcites - The story behind the package" New post in our software peer review series (aka onboarding) by {rcites} accesses the wildlife trade database
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Kevin J Olival Dec 18
Awesome disease ecology post-doc opportunity to work with and ’s . I can vouch that both PIs are great to work with!
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Noam Ross Dec 18
Early Career Researchers Embrace Data Sharing
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Noam Ross Dec 18
Mongolian ecology fan here, very interested.
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rOpenSci Dec 5
☎️Community Call: Governance strategies for open source research software projects 📆Tues Dec 18 On research from , rOpenSci Postdoctoral Fellow Details: ❓Ask questions:
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Kevin J Olival Dec 13
Big shout out to who won the Harvey Kasdan award this year! Her positive spirit and hard work are infectious (in a good way)!
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Noam Ross Dec 14
Personally I find docker (rocker!) a far more robust solution for dependency management, but it does have a significant learning curve.
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Noam Ross Dec 14
Replying to @m_hoehle @JennyBryan
The penultimate slide has a lot of truth in four bullets
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Noam Ross Dec 14
Replying to @ma_salmon
I am a bit freaked out by how much attention it got and hope I can carve out enough time to make it work well.
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Amarnath Amarasingam Dec 13
I always tell grad students that choosing the right advisor is more important than choosing a fancy school.
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Noam Ross Dec 13
Replying to @toph @DavidGohel
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Toph Allen Dec 13
. showed me how to export my R figures as editable slides, which is *awesome*, but… this might not be the kind of power I can wield responsibly 🎆
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Noam Ross Dec 13
Replying to @toph
You beat me to posting this. I was going to keep you anonymous.
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