Welcome back to the chronicles, I know this is a very long time from my last post. I am so scared to say that I am out of time. I don't know what makes the time to deceives me on this extend. I usually do think like I am in a spaceship, only my watch… Continue reading Researcher in the space ship
Amateurs are usually drive by passion and imagination, not theories or concepts. But like every academic and professional researchers, they have to be well organised and collaborated. But unfortunately most amateurs/tinkers are no t in an order, and found to be extreme introverts in nature.
This post will be a significant consideration for ecologists/biologists or beginners in geoinformatics to plot their study locations with less effort. The same thing can be done on surfer, qgis, or in Arcgis, but here in R you can fine tune your charts with multiple layers. Before we start, we have to set basic knowledge… Continue reading Mapping in R
‘Ghost Fishing’ is what fishing gear does when it has been lost, dumped or abandoned. Nets, long lines, fish traps or any man made contraptions designed to catch fish or marine organisms are considered capable of ghost fishing when unattended, and without anyone profiting from the catches, they are affecting already depleted commercial fish stocks.… Continue reading Marine Turtle caught by ghost fishing
This is my new life, or the life once I dreamt, but I don't have that fascinating embarrassment. Now I am a registered PhD student in Cochin University. Between my dream and the present reality, lot of things happened. I became a father, some of my unrealistic projects have been listened as a marine biologist.… Continue reading A curious thought on creativity
Being a researcher, we have to strive ahead with technology to ease our studies. As a science student/researcher we all are aware about latest tech revolutions, but we have a habit of focusing on what matters to us. The best part of it is we could make a great deal of pleasure and enjoyable working… Continue reading Add tech to your research
As we already discussed about the R graphical systems on the post The graphical Trilogy of R, this post start straight to the topic : How to plot a simple graph in R. Here I am using the basic plotting system, which is very effective and fine tuned o. The dataset used in this… Continue reading Conjuring your first plot in R
R have a versatile system of plotting graphs. The R graphic system consists of 3 different groups, each have its own merits and demerits. But I admit that all have specific purposes. I am assuring you that you could plot almost any type of plot in R. You don't need to set limit on your… Continue reading The graphical Trilogy of R
This might me the first thing coming in to your mind, when you start learning R. Actually R can read most of datasets which are commonly used. Here in this post I am going to explain how you could import a spreadsheet to R's global environment. After your installation of R and R studio (It… Continue reading Import spreadsheets datasets to R
Learning R for your research have same effect, it will sharpen your skills. From my own experience, I done my six month estimated data analysis within 6 hours. Most people thinks that R is just a program for statistical analysis. I must tell that, It is the bare minimum knowledge of R they have. In this post, I am trying to tell the possibilities of R. Whatever your research is, or what kind of data you are dealing with, R is the solution.