The importance of Graphing Your Data – Anscombe’s Clever Quartet! https://www.r-bloggers.com/the-importance-of-graphing-your-data-anscombes-clever-quartet/
My book is in print now and the first copies arrived just in time for my @FOSSGIS_Konf@twitter.com speech. Perfect Easter gift! @firstname.lastname@example.org #leaflet
Are you a student interested in bringing digital innovation to our government? There are two weeks left to apply for a @Tech4Germany@twitter.com fellowship. Want to know more? I wrote an article about my experience as their mentor... https://lab.technologiestiftung-berlin.de/projects/tech4germany-2018/index_en.html Application link in the article.
Gerade gelernt: Austrophobie = Die Angst vor allem was Österreichisch ist.
Abstract Aerial Photos of Melting Glaciers in Iceland https://petapixel.com/2019/03/07/abstract-aerial-photos-of-melting-glaciers-in-iceland/
Version 2.18 has reached its end of life! We strongly encourage all users who are currently using 2.18 LTR as their preferred QGIS release to migrate to the new 3.4 LTR.
Women have been shown to be more sensitive to others' suffering, whereas, warriors celebrated for killing their opponents are almost always men. We need to see more women in leadership roles and more closely involved in education about compassion. #InternationalWomensDay
The State of 3D in QGIS by Martin Dobias of @email@example.com Talking about supported data types, new features like terrain shading, 3D support in the Print Layout... #QGISUserConf2019
Differential GPS surveys of warped basin alluvium! We are learning how to make cm-resolution DEMs of dateable surfaces to quantify rates of quaternary uplift in the Cafayate valley.
Finding knickpoints made easy. Code and visualizations using #TopoToolbox and @MATLAB@twitter.com https://topotoolbox.wordpress.com/2019/03/02/working-with-knickpointfinder/