I started using R in 2011. I’ve read some books, done a lot of Google searches, read a lot of questions and answers that turned up on stackoverflow after executing those searches, and read a lot of blog posts and package vignettes and manuals and documentation.
For the past month, I’ve been making an intense study of the grasses in a rather narrow latitude, from 44 to 49°N.
There are many grasses at sea level, but I find some really interesting specimens at a higher elevation.
I finished writing a series of articles for GCM China last month. Yesterday I finished updating them and published them as A Short Grammar of Greenkeeping.
Here’s what’s really cool. I checked the Leanpub website this morning and A Short Grammar of Greenkeping is the featured book.
I’ve found the birdie dance photos and the botanizing posts to be a bit blasé, so although there have still been a lot of both, I have not felt any need to document those exploits here.
The question of reading lists came up in a conversation last evening. Considering that my experience with contemporary and historical literature is both extensive and peculiar, let me take this opportunity to list some fine books.