Tag Archive: Git

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

Tapply on steroids – by (climate trends in Scottish seasons)

A while back I wrote a post on using the R tool tapply, which is my most popular post. Tapply allows you to repeat a function over a vector split into groups, e.g.… Continue reading

Electronic organisation of projects

I’ve been working on a number of different small projects recently, consequently I have been improving my file management. When I’m setting up a new project/thesis chapter/paper/etc. I’ve been trying to do it… Continue reading