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Comprehensive list of color palettes available in r

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Color Brewer 2.0: Color advice for maps

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A Wes Anderson color palette for R

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Colors in R

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R color cheatsheet

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R Colors

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Data Wrangling Cheat Sheet

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Covers dplyr and tidyr

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Base R Cheat Sheet

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House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology Twitter account

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What Does It Mean When Cancer Findings Can't Be Reproduced?

The first results from a major project to measure the reliability of cancer research have highlighted a big problem: Labs trying to repeat published experiments often can't.

That's not to say that the original studies are wrong. But the results of a review published Thursday, in the open-access journal eLife, are a sobering reminder that science often fails at one of its most basic requirements — an experiment in one lab ought to be reproducible in another one.

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How statistics lost their power – and why we should fear what comes next

The ability of statistics to accurately represent the world is declining. In its wake, a new age of big data controlled by private companies is taking over – and putting democracy in peril

by William Davies

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How to format plots for publication using ggplot2

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Creating publication quality graphs in R

by Tim Appelhans

This tutorial was developed as part of a one-day workshop held within the Ecosystem Informatics PhD-programme at the Philipps University of Marburg. The contents of this turtorial are published under the creatice commons license 'Attribution-ShareAlike CC BY-SA'.

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To P or not to P?

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Multiple explanatory variables (cont'd)

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Chapter 18: Multiple explanatory variables (cont'd)

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Data Processing with dplyr & tidyr, by Brad Boehmke

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Mixed-effects models for repeated-measures ANOVA

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