Category Archive: Publications

Git push to multiple remotes

Like many, I develop work in a closed environment. But when a project is nearing completion I want to release it into the wild. My research needs to be supported by available code,… Continue reading

Many reports from 1 RMarkdown file

I was at the EdinbR talk this week by the RStudio community lead – Curtis Kephart. It was really interesting, but I disagree with his suggestion to point and click different parameters when… Continue reading

Presenting survey data

Use R to present findings from likert questions in surveys.

GB postcode polygons – open data

Newly published postcode open data!

Transcribed Scottish snow data available (1945-2007)

I’m nearly 12 months late writing this post. I think it must have slipped my mind! The primary dataset for my PhD was the snow survey of Great Britain. You can read more… Continue reading

PhD corrections accepted!

My PhD has been a long road, but there’s only one hurdle left: submitting a hard bound copy of my thesis. I got word today that my thesis corrections have been accepted. In… Continue reading

Collaborative writing in the 21st century

Every now and then we have to play with others. It doesn’t seem to matter how often our parents told us to share, we can still find it difficult. I’m spending a lot… Continue reading

Scottish mountain snow: pre-viva talk

At Edinburgh University our PhD viva exams are behind closed doors, but we’re encouraged to present our work before the viva to help us to prepare. I gave my pre-viva talk today, in… Continue reading

Scottish snow and the NAO – journal paper

In Autumn 2014 I gave a talk at the British Hydrological Society (BHS) Symposium. I spoke about the relationship between Scottish snow and the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO). Following these symposia, the BHS… Continue reading

Reanalysis of Scottish mountain snow – thesis submitted

On the 29th January 2016 I submitted my PhD thesis for examination. This is the first step towards being awarded a doctorate, the next is for my thesis to be examined. At the… Continue reading