Keeping track of research

If you search for data analysis workflows for research there are lots of blog posts on using R + databases + git, etc. While in some cases I may end up working with a combination like that, it's much more likely that reality is closer to a bunch of emailed Excel or CSV files. Some… Continue reading Keeping track of research

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Financiamiento de investigación

He pospuesto muchas veces este post, así es que va en su estado actual, incompleto, parcialmente digerido, como para empezar una conversación. Como investigador me beneficia decir que todos los países deberían investir (¿o será gastar?) más recursos en investigación. Mientras más grande sea el presupuesto, más probable es que me va a tocar una… Continue reading Financiamiento de investigación

Should I reject a manuscript because the analyses weren’t done using open source software?

"Should I reject a manuscript because the analyses weren't done using open software?" I overheard a couple of young researchers discussing. Initially I thought it was a joke but, to my surprise, it was not funny at all. There is an unsettling, underlying idea in that question: the value of a scientific work can be… Continue reading Should I reject a manuscript because the analyses weren’t done using open source software?