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Confessions of a Data-Starved Scientist/Photographer – The Prairie Ecologist

Here’s what happens when a scientist runs out of real data to analyze toward the end of a long winter.  If he’s a photographer, he analyzes the number of photos he’s taken per year and calculates meaningless ratios and other comparisons…

Read more here:  http://prairieecologist.com/2013/02/27/confessions-of-a-data-starved-scientistphotographer/

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