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Python Development with Docker

I've been trying to brush up my skills in Python after spending a lot of time in R. One of the challenges I've run into is maintaining a common development environment on my Mac. Enter Docker.

Force Carbonation Charts

Force carbonation charts are readily available in either metric or imperial units, mostly the latter. The problem was, I use Celcius, and my regulator is in psi. This was a quick solution to the problem.

Leap Year Birthday?

If you're born on Feb 29th, when's your Birthday? Good question.

When is the due date?

Using some simple statistics to help figure out when the little one is likely to show up!

Mountain Shelf

Found this sweet design on Pinterest, and fortunately I got a compound mitre saw for my Birthday... so figured this would be a good chance to make use of it!

My New Blog

I've finally got around to updating my website. I've changed the engine and updated it to a more modern UI. If you're interested in what I've done, here are a few details.

Finding inspiration in the great outdoors

Find Inspiration in the Outdoors

Exploring the World through Data

Exploring the World Through Data

When the Creative Juices Flow

Making my own little part of the world.

Introduction to R

I'm going to post a short series on getting started with data wrangling using R. Here's a quick introduction, while I put together more content.

Abbot Pass

Hiking in the Lake O'Hara and Abbot Pass is a spectacular way to spend a September weekend.

Light, Elevation and Mountains

Modeling how light hits mountains, using R.

Calgary Spring Runoff

Monitoring Spring runoff in Calgary using public data and R.

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