I collect thoughts about visualizing data, communicating, teaching, and working with R in various GitHub repositories.
I try to embody kaizen or continual improvements. As I read and observe things, I develop various mental models and guides for different situations: from thinking broadly about how approach a new problem to tactically how to run a meeting and manage a project.
Writing papers is tough but it’s the main vehicle for communicating science. Here’s a collection of tips, workflows, and best practices for writing papers.
Giving talks is the other primary way science is communicated—see here for my thoughts on giving engaging, thoughtful talks.
I spend a lot of time thinking about color schemes and how best to present data so that information is communicated clearly and efficiently. Here’s a collection of color schemes to think about and here’s the main document I use to document my thinking about graphics (with a focus on using R).
I try and read a lot of books. I’ve been trying to get in the habit of taking notes and throwing them on GitHub.
I document some methods for effective teaching here.