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There is a lot of talk about the ggplot2 package and the pipe. Should it be used? Some approaches, like the ggpipe package, replace …

If you have ever worked with dates and times over a wide geographical area, you will know that timezone math is tedious but important. …

It seems that the tools for writing papers in R/RStudio keep getting better and better, to the point where it is rare that I have …

In the past few months I’ve done some work on PHREEQC modeling in R, as well as a whole lot of XRF data work that required …

The paleolimnological data I work with most days is voluminous and difficult to wrangle. There are a lot of cores, a lot of variables, …

The HYDAT database contains over 1 GB of hydrological observation data collected by Environment Canada. The database is freely …

Almost six years ago, my honours thesis (Using paleolimnological methods to track late holocene environmental change at Long Lake, New …

The NatChem database from Environment Canada contains the best long-term atmospheric monitoring data that exists for Canada, similar to …

Matt Hall from Agile Geoscience recently wrote a post on the problem of finding the shortest possible pangram (sentence containing all …

Last summer I came home from a hike one day with way too much thesis work to do (my submission date was, I think, close to a week …