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I’ve been curious about bathymetry ever since I was a kid, when I could often be found pouring over charts of Lake Champlain …

Us Canadians are going to be looking at a lot of election maps in the next few hours, so I thought I’d try to make a few! First, …

It’s come up a few times in my career working with lakes that I’ve been asked to visualize the results of a sonde-based …

Driving this week I heard an excellent piece on the CBC’s The Current entitled Set up to fail: Why women still don’t win …

For those of you wondering why I haven’t been tweeting and/or blogging about mud and lakes all summer, it’s because I had …

One of my ongoing tasks this summer was to organize the open issues in ggplot2. Every issue was opened by a user who thought ggplot2 …

Paleolimnologists have been using the Constant Rate of Supply (CRS) and Constant Initial Concentration (CIC) model to interpret 210Pb …

Inspired by @gshotwell, I decided to have a look into bulk translating a ton of functions to SQL. The dplyr system to translate R code …

I’m an avid Twitter follower of Simon Kuestenmacher (@simongerman600), who is a prolific tweeter of maps (all sorts). The other day I …

The recent grounding of almost all Boeing 737 MAX-series aircraft in the world is, according to a recent CBC commentator, …