Teach Yourself R Without Losing Your Mind
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Teach Yourself R Without Losing Your Mind

Congratulations, you’ve decided to learn R!  This programming language will streamline data analysis, facilitate statistics, and drive you insane!  And if you’re reading this, you’ve probably decided to go next-level-nutjob and teach yourself R.  Although no blog post can take away all the pain this will entail, I’m hoping to make your experience slightly less … Continue reading

4 Ways Advances in Virtual Reality Can Revolutionize Marine Science
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4 Ways Advances in Virtual Reality Can Revolutionize Marine Science

Virtual Reality (VR) has had an arduous and disheartening history over the past several decades, but things have recently been looking up. There are many reasons you aren’t currently able to play Fallout 4 in a computer generated landscape projected right onto your eyes, but the foremost probably comes down to limitations in technology. VR … Continue reading

Drones from the Deep: How Will Underwater Robots Help Us Learn More About the Ocean?
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Drones from the Deep: How Will Underwater Robots Help Us Learn More About the Ocean?

In the past year or so, the idea of drone robots filling our skies has captured our collective imagination. Drones have already been used for not-so-great things, such as the U.S’s drone strikes, but they have also been used to collect scientific data, in filmmaking, as a part of search and rescue operations, to prevent … Continue reading

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Film Friday: Voith Hydro Tidal Turbine

A really informative imagination of what developing a tidal energy farm would look like. The concept in this video is actually a little revolutionary when compared with their cousins, wind turbines. These tidal turbines are capable of harvesting the energy from tidal currents in both directions as they ebb and flood, in a fairly linear … Continue reading