Resources

A collection of instructional or informational resources relating to R, web development, collaboration, or general informational content. All of these documents are licensed under an MIT license and are free to use. You may also consider contributing through the GitHub repository for this site.

The Neotoma Database - Tools
Learning how to explore hypotheses with Neotoma tools. [Link]

Style your R
A broader vignette of the functionality in the R neotoma package. [Link]

Spatial Data On the Web
How to use Leaflet and Shiny to interactively explore spatial data. [Link]

Building a Basic Jekyll Website
What I've done & how I did it. [Link]

Graph databases in R using neo4j and the NSF
Looking at the EarthCube Program as a set of interconnected nodes. [Link]

Advanced Neotoma for Fun and Profit
A broader vignette of the functionality in the R neotoma package. [Link]

Ontology in Earth Science
Thoughts about ontology systems and their applicability in the Earth Sciences [Link]

Collaborative Models in GitHub
How to choose between three models of collaboration on GitHub, and how to implement each. [Link]

Building a Python Twitter-bot
Building outreach tools & learning programming languages from concepts. [Link]