Scientific integrity rests on data integrity, and I intend to uphold my duty as a scientist to be transparent about the data that I collect and work with.
My GitHub site contains data and code from my publications.
I have developed much of my code with inspiration from tutorials, colleagues, and friendly scientist strangers on the web, so I am happy to share my code.
Please contact me if you want help using my code.
As a scientist "it is not your job to be right. It is your job to be thoughtful, careful, and analytical. It is your job to challenge your ideas and to try to falsify your hypotheses. It is your job to be open and honest about the uncertainties in your data and conclusions."
~ Josh Schimel, Writing Science