Blogs I'm Reading

This is a list of some of scientific computing Blogs i’m finding helpful/interesting at the moment

menugget - R-related tricks and tips from the wonderful Marc at AWI.

HackerNews - the obligatory HackerNews.

SIMPLY STATISTICS - a fun stats resource.

http://pyaos.johnny-lin.com/ - A great resource that shows what’s happening in Python for the Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences.

OceanPython.org - a bunch of great plotting examples.

texblog.org - all things LaTeX, “because LaTeX matters”.

http://kaythaney.com/ - the homepage of the wonderful Kay. If you don’t know who she is look here: https://twitter.com/kaythaney

http://billmills.github.io/blog/ - the blog of the one and only Bill Mills. If you don’t know him check this out: https://twitter.com/billdoesphysics

https://datasciencehobart.wordpress.com/ - My beloved DaSH, where the blog is more of a notice board for cool things happening in Hobart.

http://software-carpentry.org/blog/index.html - the software-carpentry Blog.

https://www.mozillascience.org/blog - the Mozilla Science Lab Blog.

I’ll up date the post as I feel like it and when i have more stuff to share…

Written on June 20, 2015