Posts Tagged ‘ open science ’

Cycles in finite populations: A reproducible seminar in three acts

November 1, 2011
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Cycles in finite populations: A reproducible seminar in three acts

For this years Halloween I presented the mathematical biology seminar at the Centre for Mathematical Biology. Here is the title and the abstract… Cycles in finite populations: a reproducible seminar in three acts Many natural populations exhibit cyclic fluctuations. Explaining the underlying … Continue reading →

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What is R, really?

March 31, 2011
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What is R, really?

On CRAN, the official web home of all things R it says, R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. Well, that sounds all hunky dory. But let’s take a close look at what this statement really … Continue reading →

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Open Source/Science – drilling down to unknown depths in unexpected places

August 12, 2007
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Open Source/Science – drilling down to unknown depths in unexpected places

Yet another point John Chambers addressed in his key note speech (see previous post Programing as a higher craft) was the virtue of Open Source software. According to John there are two principles for programing (with R) Enable effective and … Continue reading →

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