social_network_analysis_visualization

Spreadsheet hacks 3: Google Sheets

This is the third in this series of spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two were focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down and PivotTables), but this is

social_network_analysis_visualization

Spreadsheet hacks 3: Google Sheets

This is the third in this series of spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two were focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down and PivotTables), but this is

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Research Whisperer recommends…

Read this awesome Research Whisperer blog post on your research grant project as being like “a tiny little baby chicken. A precious and very, very fragile little chickie”. It’s a great post with lots of great advice. At the end,

Seven or eight little chickens with their mother hen

Research Whisperer recommends…

Read this awesome Research Whisperer blog post on your research grant project as being like “a tiny little baby chicken. A precious and very, very fragile little chickie”. It’s a great post with lots of great advice. At the end,

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Fractal Words: When your supervisor says ‘unpack!’

Do you use a word or phrase over and over in your thesis? Perhaps it’s ‘the idea of the New Woman’ or ‘collaborate’ or perhaps even ‘says’. Maybe there’s a subheading where you claim ‘Relecture as an interpretative strategy’, but don’t then explain

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Fractal Words: When your supervisor says ‘unpack!’

Do you use a word or phrase over and over in your thesis? Perhaps it’s ‘the idea of the New Woman’ or ‘collaborate’ or perhaps even ‘says’. Maybe there’s a subheading where you claim ‘Relecture as an interpretative strategy’, but don’t then explain

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Spreadsheet Hacks 2: PivotTables

This is the second of three blog posts about spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two are focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down, and PivotTables), and the third on collaborating via

sigaba-patent

Spreadsheet Hacks 2: PivotTables

This is the second of three blog posts about spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two are focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down, and PivotTables), and the third on collaborating via

Revisiting: excercising like a girl

I wrote Exercising Like a Girl back in early February, about starting out on a feminist and feminine self-care gym routine. I’ve been at this for about 6 months now, so this is checking in, and also sharing some other awesome blog

Revisiting: excercising like a girl

I wrote Exercising Like a Girl back in early February, about starting out on a feminist and feminine self-care gym routine. I’ve been at this for about 6 months now, so this is checking in, and also sharing some other awesome blog

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Spreadsheet Hacks: Making spreadsheets work for you through Functions

This is the first of three blog posts about spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two are focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down, and PivotTables), and the third on collaborating

Screen Shot 2016-04-01 at 5.20.38 PM

Spreadsheet Hacks: Making spreadsheets work for you through Functions

This is the first of three blog posts about spreadsheet hacks that have saved my sanity and my health. The first two are focused on fancy-pants things you could do in Excel (Functions and Fill Down, and PivotTables), and the third on collaborating

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The Times Higher Education Blog reposts ‘The five biggest reading mistakes’

Katherine Firth on why you should approach texts less like a Victorian maiden and more like a pirate hero. One of my most popular posts recently, ‘So here are the five biggest reading mistakes I see and how to avoid

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The Times Higher Education Blog reposts ‘The five biggest reading mistakes’

Katherine Firth on why you should approach texts less like a Victorian maiden and more like a pirate hero. One of my most popular posts recently, ‘So here are the five biggest reading mistakes I see and how to avoid