Merging Innumerable Tables into LaTeX? (Mac OS/X)

Sometimes you simply have to run models that test dozens of different hypotheses and therefore are left with a lot of output to work through.  For example, if I'm interested in how crops respond to extreme heat, there's a bevy of specifications to work through, but more importantly, numerous crops to test.  I use the … Continue reading Merging Innumerable Tables into LaTeX? (Mac OS/X)

On Working with India’s NSS Data in an OS/X Environment

I've shifted gears after spending the last few months with district-level data and begun getting my hands dirty with the National Sample Survey data the Indian government regularly compiles.  If you're familiar with the flat text/ASCII approach to digging out your data, you understand the unwieldiness of this format in which variables are created from … Continue reading On Working with India’s NSS Data in an OS/X Environment

CHIRPS v. 2.0 Released Today

Today the UCSB team released a major update to the CHIRPS precip product that people may be familiar with from Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) hazard (drought/flood) warning applications.  While v. 1.8 featured global data at pentadal resolution, this update expands the daily resolution dataset from SSA to global availability.  While you're there, check out their Early … Continue reading CHIRPS v. 2.0 Released Today