I was recently out in San Francisco Bay finishing up our citizen-science based oyster drill eradication project. We were fortunate to have the SF Chronicle feature an article about our […]
Oceanographers love two things. 1. Expensive equipment and 2. Matlab. I get the first one. I mean, who wouldn’t want to play with titantium 4km pressure rated CTDs or autonomous […]
Our recent atmospheric river paper was the subject of a cartoon and accompanying article in the Marin Independent. Life is now complete! That is all. Please carry on.
Complete separation occurs when data is perfectly discriminated by a predictor. Let me illustrate (literally, haha). You’ll notice that the y-axis is binary, there are only 0s and 1s. That’s […]
My dog pants a lot. Don’t judge him. He’s brachycephalic (shorter skull/muzzle than other dogs), so he has issues thermoregulating. But he doesn’t always pant. Let me illustrate. Panting! Not […]
There’s a lot of freely available data out there. Much of this data is spatial and derived from remote sensing platforms (e.g. satellites). Here’s a quick primer on using the […]
Stacked time series plots are cool. Vastly superior to double y-axis plots which are a big no no according to graph theory. Exhibit A and Exhibit B. If Hadley Wickham […]