This week I’m in the wonderful town of Glasgow giving a workshop on Applied Landscape Genetics to a wide and interesting population of researchers.
Here is the link to the content.
Ubuntu server is a nice platform for server-related activities. Here is a short tutorial of how I updated my most current version to the latest available by rstudio.org. Here is how I got it going.
So as a way to expand some of the analytical tools we offer the students at my work, I’m developing a version of my Data Literacy course that will use Python as well as R.
Being new to the Windows platform, I’m on the look for a good text editor that can do the myriad of tasks that we do each day. Notepad is not an option, let’s be real.
I use Evernote every day. A few months ago, I made the switch from Mac to Windows so I could build up my ArcGIS chops a bit. As part of this move, I’ve tried to move over to the entire Windows ecosystem and the Evernote replacement on that platform is OneNote, a great piece of software (and wonderful with inking from the pen) but I just can’t seem to make it my go-to knowledge accumulation platform that Evernote has been.