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A demo targets plan for reproducible pipelines for Neotoma data

In any analysis, there are a series of steps: data importing, cleaning, analysis, creating figures, and then putting it all together in an manuscript. Very often, some of these steps are time consuming, and you don’t want to rerun everything … Continue reading

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Making a pollen diagram from Neotoma

Last week I gave a course on R for palaeoecologists covering data handling using tidyverse, reproducibility and some some ordinations and transfer functions. One of the exercises was to download some pollen data from Neotoma and make a pollen diagram. … Continue reading

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All the pollen

“And some things that should not have been forgotten were lost. History became legend. Legend became myth. And for two and a half thousand years, the metadata passed out of all knowledge.” A couple of months ago, Eric Grimm gave … Continue reading

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