It's hard to imagine that you would be reading this blog if you don't know me, but just in case, I'm blind as a post. And I'm getting older. This presents me with something of a problem when it comes to the scientific literature, which will ...read more
A colleague of mine recently asked me the question, what are you reading these days? Since several interesting papers have popped up in the last week or so, I thought I'd list some of them here, in no particular order. None of them are self-cites, I promise.
- Ralph and ...
In "Learning R", data scientist and statistical consultant Richie Cotton provides an introduction to the R system for statistical computing organized around a typical workflow for data analysis. I've used R casually for a few years, but as a self-taught user I hoped that "Learning R" would fill in ...read more
In September, I attended the 5th International Symposium on Animal Functional Genomics where I gave a talk on New applications of genomic technology in the US dairy industry and presented ...read more
Earlier today, I looked at C. Titus Brown's slide deck about how scientists can build an enduring online research presence. As is often the case, he has lots of interesting things to say. Near the end of the presentation he suggested that you should start small and work your ...read more
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