Biospherica is my technical blog. It covers a range of topics including climate science, energy policy, agriculture, geo-statistics, finance, history, computing. Some of the topics derive from my past activity as a physicist or as an interest rate derivatives dealer. Others derive from research undertaken for my company Biospherica Risk. A common thread, if there is one, is some element of statistical computing.
Most of the data used here are publicly available, and most software is open-source, for example the statistical computing platform R. Hopefully this means that much of what appears in Biospherica can be replicated by anyone with a laptop and internet access. I post code snippets too but unfortunately cannot guarantee to answer all your coding queries.
I try to ensure that only views expressed here are those suggested with the empirical method. Of course that does not guarantee that they are right. Errors are inevitable and corrections welcome. This site is not supported by any external organisation.