Links round-up: 08/04/2016

The Stan website now has a section detailing case studies – these are intended to reflect best practices in Bayesian methodology and Stan programming. Users can contribute their own case studies. On a related note, Hiroki ITÔ has translated some of the code from Kéry and Schaub’s Bayesian Population Analysis to Stan (chapters 3 – 9 so far, with the rest currently in the works).

Noam Ross has put together some crowdsourced resources on reproducible project organisation. Contains lots of useful links to further advice and discussion on project directory organisation.

SESYNC issue a call for proposals for collaborative & interdisciplinary team-based research projects.


Advances in DNA taxonomy, 8th – 11th August 2016, Loch Lomond, Scotland.


PhD at Center for Macroecology, Evolution and Climate in Copenhagen. Using citizen science to examine behavior, resource use, biodiversity, and distributions of ants in Denmark.

Water resources model developer at James Hutton Institute, Aberdeen.



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