How to Write a Great Research Paper

Abstract

Professor Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, gives a guest lecture at the University of Cambridge on writing. Seven simple suggestions: don’t wait – write, identify your key idea, tell a story, nail your contributions, put related work at the end, put your readers first, listen to your readers.

via How to Write a Great Research Paper – YouTube.

photobiology package update (Version 0.2.9)

Existing code and documentation remain unchanged.

Added two new functions: interpolate_spectrum() and sum_spectra()

photobioloy R packages updated

I have updated all the photobiology packages. There are no major changes, so shouldn’t affect results of calculations or old scripts, except that there was an error in the definition of Green in photobiologyVis (reported by Titta, thanks!).

The documentation is hopefully improved: most packages have now User Guides

As earlier they can be downloaded from Bitbucket as binary (.zip for Windows) or source (.tar.gz). I could also create binaries for Linux if needed, just let me know.