Monthly Archives: May 2012

the road to good graphics

I came across this when I was scanning Andrew Gelman’s blog. Its a blog from the Graphics Department at the New York Times.  A very nice illustration of development of ‘how do we graph it?’

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Doodling in Math Class: Squiggle Inception

I’ve watched this a few times. My ten-year-old daughter agrees, it’s way cool.

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multivariate musing

Many data that biologists, ecologists and environmental scientists collect and concern themselves with are multivariate–whether multiple species, multiple attributes of a species or an individual, multiple measures of vegetation structure, multiple chemical data… multivariate data abound. I have a bit … Continue reading

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change in the rangelands

I saw this first via John Morgan’s blog. Anyone interested in vegetation change and effects of rangeland pastoralism should check out this series of Youtube videos put together by Dean Graetz formerly of CSIRO with Russell Sinclair from U. Adelaide. … Continue reading

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