Recology is 1 yr old…

December 23, 2011
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(This article was first published on Recology, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

This blog has lasted a whole year already.  Thanks for reading and commenting.

There are a couple of announcements:
  1. Less blogging:  I hope to put in many more years blogging here, but in full disclosure, I am blogging for Journal of Ecology now, so I am going to be (and already have been) blogging less here. 
  2. More blogging:  If anyone wants to write guest posts at Recology on the topics of using R for ecology and evolution, or open science, please contact me! 
  3. Different blogging:  I was going to roll out the new dynamic views for this blog, but Google doesn't allow javascript, which is how I include code using GitHub gists. Oh well... 

Anywho, here is the breakdown of visits to this blog, visualized using #ggplot2, of course.  There were a total of about 23,000 pageviews in the first year of this blog.      Here is the pie chart code I used:





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