Tag Archives: postdoc life

#openscience and peer review: write it like you plan to sign it (even if you don’t)

I submitted my first big federal grant proposal last week! Yay for me!1 It’s been taking up most of my time since I got back from maternity leave, and has resulted in a small pile of half-written blog posts saved … Continue reading

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Hey! Let’s all just relax about statistics.

I have for years, wanted, nay, dreamed of teaching a statistics course with this title. In all my years in academia, this really seems to be where people panic the most. Heck, I’ve panicked about statistics. Who hasn’t? But why … Continue reading

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This week in learning to be an open scientist

So, still waiting to hear from some fantastic institutions who may or may not offer me jobs. The nervous tension is killing me, but hey, I’m still channeling it into some pretty high productivity levels, so that’s good. Given there … Continue reading

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Getting meta

Friends, your resident bug-counter has been, unh, busy lately. I’ve been travelling a lot over the past two months, between interviews for faculty positions and conferences. And it’s not over- I’ve got two more trips in May. So far, I’ve … Continue reading

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