Tag Archives: Data analysis

Why do we do research?

I thought I would briefly comment a little more about the claims made in John McLean’s thesis. Something to bear in mind is why we do research. Essentially, research is very simply about trying to understand something; to answer some … Continue reading

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Illustrating error analysis

It turns out that this is my 300th post, which is rather disturbing. I really should find something better to do (enough cheering in the back there). Yesterday’s post was about Ocean heat content uncertainties and it reminded that there … Continue reading

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