- Here are some of tools and tricks I’m using to ease my workflow at the command line.
- Pedro Tiago Martins and I wrote a bash/shell beginners course. It covers most things you need to get you started.
- I wrote some passing thoughts about hybridization and social cognition, with a very brief word about the importance of spatially-aware Population Genetics.
- Molecular archaeology has a nice ring to it. Why don’t we use it more?
- I once presented a poster with no text in it. TL;DR: not worth it, but it revealed to me how a poster works deep down as a scientific communication and networking tool.
- Not a new take, but: scientific excellence is often code for underfunded research, at least in my experience as a scientist in Spain.
Other resources I found useful in the past
- Check out Pedro Tiago Martins guide to LaTex if you want a begginer-friendly entry to LaTeX. I still refer to it from time to time for doubts.
- Swirl is a great R package to learn eveything from the basics to statistics. I’ve learnt a lot with it, and I fully recommend it for anyone who wants to get into R , even for those who have never coded.