1. Geoff’s Photography EOY 2023

    I managed a couple of successful images with the Waverley Camera Club End of Year competition: The fly image (below) got the Best Colour EDI (digital image) and one I took in 2005 with my first digital SLR won the president’s trophy (subject: wind). And Melbourne Camera club Trophies:

  2. The unique penile morphology of the short-beaked echidna

    We clarify some details of the unusual structure of the penis of this iconic monotreme.

  3. Recovering numeric data from an image of a graph

    Sometimes all you have is an image file (perhaps from a scanned publication) and you would like to convert the data points to xy coordinates (maybe you want to try an analysis on someone else's data). R gives some tools to help. Here is the start of some code:

  4. Gene Paint image library

    GenePaint is a digital atlas of gene expression patterns in various tissues and species with strong focus on mouse embryos. The in situ section mages are in amazingly high resolution so you can clearly see which cells express the gene of interest.

  5. Mapping with R

    Easy map making in R

  6. Journal cover page for Reproduction Down Under volume added to the collection

    I’ve added a scan of the cover page for our Reproduction Down Under conference volume in Reproduction, Fertility and Development (Vol 31 part 1, 2019). The cover images and graphic design all from our lab.

  7. Recognition of Geoff’s photography – AAPS

    I received an envelope today clearly marked “do not bend” and looking like a herd of mastodons had walked over it. Inside was my certificate for my AAPS (Associate of the Australian Photographic Society), “recognising my photographic skill and artistry.” It’s only taken 12 months since I accumulated the necessary complement of international photographic competition […]

  8. Gold Medal for Geoff’s Photo

    Geoff's Leaf cutter ant photo gets Gold Medal

  9. Plovers nesting

    Anita alerted us to a plover nest at the yards. Even with her clear directions it was hard for me to find the nest (if a few straws lying flat on a flat place can be called a nest) and its 3 highly camouflaged eggs. Here are a couple of photos to show you where […]

  10. Theresa Woodruff: On writing well

    Teresa K Woodruff has suggestions that will help improve your writing.

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