5 Software Tools to Make Grad School Better

Published January 02, 2016 | No responses yet
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*Originally published in Healthy Inference (Dec 2015). As epidemiology and public health graduate students, a good number of us spend almost more time on computers crunching data than watching youtube. We all have our favorite data analysis tools installed: R, Stata, SPSS, SAS, JMP, WinBUGS, Matlab… we use Dropbox to sync and backup files, Google Docs to collaborate, Endnote or
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Marzieh Ghiasi

10 Great Sites for Reviewing Brain Anatomy

Published May 13, 2009 | 15 responses so far
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I’ve been absolutely immersed in brain anatomy (which I now heart) for the past eight months. In the process I’ve amassed a rather large collection of links. I’ve listed some of the better resources below, hopefully others will find this helpful. Image Source: the Morbid Anatomy Collection 1. The Brain from Top to Bottom (McGill
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Marzieh Ghiasi