All authors of this blog are ecologists and modelers and therefore inclined to write blog posts related to both ecology and modeling. As modelers, we use various computational tools. However, given the current prevalence of R among ecologists, we tend to write more about R than other programming languages. This website it-self is built with blogdown, a very convenient way to write about R. Note that we are sharing our R-related post on R-bloggers “a blog aggregator of content contributed by bloggers who write about R” and there are literally hundreds of bloggers that contribute to it.

Azenor Bideault

PhD student at iELab

David Beauchesne

PhD student at iELab

Elliot Dreujou

PhD student at UQAR/ISMER

Kevin Cazelles

Data scientist @Omnimed

Marie-Hélène Brice

Researcher @Jardin Botanique de Montreal

Nicolas Casajus

Professional researcher at the Université du Québec à Rimouski

Rémi Daigle

NSERC Postdoctoral Fellow at Laval University and Simon Fraser

Steve Vissault

Lead data scientist @Omnimed (electronic medical record)

Thomas Zgirski

PhD student at Université du Québec à Rimouski

Willian Vieira

PhD student at iELab