I was turned on to Wordle.net when a colleague used it as the opening slide of a presentation. Since then I’ve used it to create word clouds from various documents and papers I’ve written, mostly for fun, but it does give you an idea of the frequency of words used in a given document. There is a feature to create a cloud from a blog feed, and that’s what you see on the right. Again, this is just for fun, and I really should be doing something else, but I was curious what we were writing about, and it’s mildly surprising. Enjoy, and stay tuned for more tales from the mighty Choptank. We sail at midnight and should have gear in the water by dawn.
Life in the Dead Zone Posts
- Classic Guest Editorial in @JPlanktonRes. Diane Stoecker was invited to write this and she asked me to work on it w… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 months ago
- RT @AngelDieppa: This is how YSI sondes look after 68 days of Hurricane Maria. The good thing is sensors still clean as the first day. #ner… 1 year ago
- RT @H2OmetricsNews: Nutrient monitor deploy for @CLEH2OAlliance #InternetOfH2O Challenge! Data flowing to H2Ometrics! #LakeErie #HABs @Heid… 1 year ago
- RT @tomatcbl: Hear the new Dr Glandon explain the work she did for her PhD on the fx of acidification on blue crab at @UMCES #CBL https://t… 2 years ago
- New paper! twitter.com/MEPS_IR/status… 2 years ago