Monthly Archives: June 2016

writing

always wondered how people write…here’s a glimpse in to the usual jumble (chaos?) of draft figures, notes, analysis and text (& coffee) leading to a first draft. this was for jessie’s paper (see prev post).

euth paper

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pre-print servers & open science

finally taken the leap to uploading a manuscript draft to a pre-print server, biorxiv, as well as putting the associated data in a repository (Harvard dataverse). all good stuff. the manuscript, a long (3 years) overdue write up of Jessie’s MSc project has been submitted to PLoS One.

biorxiv_jc

euth_dataverse

CALAS 2016, Toronto

Lots of fun at the conference, with Vivian, Jessie and Chelsea all giving excellent presentations. Here is Chelsea presenting in front of a portrait of the Queen (Royal York Hotel, Library Room) and her rather snazzy conclusion slide.

chelsea_calas2016_queen

chelsea_calas slide

congrats!

double celebration as Emily was accepted to vet school at the WCVM and Vivian’s first paper came back with v positive reviewer comments.

spot the alpaca and “real time RGS” strawberries…Hayley’s culinary skills!

strawberries_congrats