Sociology & Statistics
- Some data visualizations I've made using D3.js.
- That's Interesting!
- A shortened outline of Murray Davis' "That's Interesting!" from Philosophy of the Social Sciences.
- When Do I Use That Model?
- A quick guide for determining which model to use, based on your DV and question. Complements this.
- RMarkdown Resources
- A brief list of introductory documentation and resources for writing RMarkdown files.
- R and Bayesian Resources
- Helpful, introductory guides to the R stats package, as well as a growing list of resources on Bayesian statistics.
- Several resources for using R and RMarkdown in Sublime Text (3).
- My fork of a package that allows you to search Bibtex files from within Sublime Text.
- Functions to make R a little more usable and/or automatic.
- Wallpapers for Mac and iOS
- Some photos I've taken, cropped for various devices.
- Marked CSS
- This is a custom CSS file for my previews in Marked, a great utility by Brett Terpstra. It relies on Merriweather and Source Sans Pro, two open source fonts.
- For using beautiful fonts on your website. This site uses Freight Text Pro and Franklin Gothic.
- A simple way to "snipe" eBay auctions for less, without stress.