Tag Archives: Cats

Battling my emails

I started tracking my time at work in detail at the start of my postdoc in 2018, using the amazing app ‘Timeular’. This series of stories provides some insights into postdoc life using that data. A traumatizing aspect of academia … Continue reading

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Kittens, kittens, kittens!

That wonderful feeling when my R-code can help the local animal shelter with their hundreds of kittens. I have been monitoring the number of foster kittens in our local animal shelter for 4 years in a row now, keeping track … Continue reading

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I finally got an opportunity to put my R skills to ‘good use for society’: I visualised the numbers of kittens that were brought to our local animal shelter throughout the season, and modelled how much milk, kitten food, and … Continue reading

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At the end of the tunnel

At last, we are slowly seeing the light at the end of the tunnel for our big paper. Okay, it is still a process of slowly crawling towards the end, yet every step is bringing us closer. Let me summarise the … Continue reading

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For the next year, I will have four master thesis students joining in on my projects, so I will definitely be chilling day in day out (and this cute cat is happy to teach me how to do that). No, I am … Continue reading

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Cats off duty

I think I am just going to be a cat this weekend. Lazy lying around on a comfortable spot and thinking of nothing much. Maybe eating a bit of high-quality meat now and then, who knows. And I deserve it, … Continue reading

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