Below is my ever increasing collection of useful web resources (in no particular order) as well as my academic mentors. I am grateful for their efforts. Their teachings, discussions, projects, articles, blog posts, tweets, GitHub repos,

`R`

packages and software have a tremendous impact on my academic endeavors.

- Giving a scientific talk
- Statistics
- Building Websites
- Mentors
- R Packages for visualisation
- LaTeX
- Screen capture to GIF in Ubuntu
- Websites
- Blogs
- GitHub Repositories

- Jacob Bien
- How to bootstrap correlated data
- Principal Component Analysis: Link 1, Link 2, Link 3

- Minimal Blog Using Jekyll, Github Pages, and poole
- Jekyll By Example
- Serve Jekyll Websites with servr and knitr
- Automate Publishing of Websites using Travis CI and GitHub Pages.

- Celia Greenwood
- Mathieu Blanchette
- Yi Yang
- Devon Lin
- Paul Peng
- James Hanley
- Olli Saarela
- Erica Moodie
- Andrea Benedetti
- David Stephens

- Hands-On Data Science with R
- Tools for Reproducible Research
- Data wrangling, exploration, and analysis with R
- Advanced R
- R Packages
- PLS Path modeling with Gaston Sanchez
- Cropping figures online
- French accents in
`Markdown`

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