Make a plot of a list of baby name popularity.
My local authority recently decided to publish all spending over £500 in an effort to be more transparent. Here’s a post taking an overview of what they’ve published. I’ve used R for the… Continue reading →
I helped run a conference last week. As part of this I produced a wordcloud from the conference abstracts, although pretty it could have been more informative of the conference content. This blog post shows you how to make a network of conference bi-grams.
You should read this post if you want to learn about making maps in R and QGIS and what the advantages of each environment are.
Want to automate abstract booklet making? This is the post for you.
This blog article is an explanation of sharing research code. It focuses on using the version control website Github and academic repository Zenodo.
FOSS4G conference wordcloud of abstracts. Code included!
I’m helping organise a conference on (geo)spatial open source software – FOSS4G. We’re hosting it in the great city of Edinburgh, Scotland in September 2019. Abstract submissions: https://uk.osgeo.org/foss4guk2019/talks_workshops.html We’re very interested in hearing… Continue reading →
I’ve been working with the Scottish census recently, to investigate employment in land-based (agriculture, forestry and fishing) industry. A friend of mine has recently moved to Dumfries and Galloway – a rural, farming… Continue reading →
dplyr is much more useful than tapply, read on to find out why.