Armchair Ecology is a blog about the intersections between ecology, advanced research computing, and mathematics. It is edited by Timothée Poisot.

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The source code for this blog is available on GitLab. It is rendered using Hugo on Netlify. Equations are rendered by KaTeX. Comments are handled through GraphComment.

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