The humus.rocks website has used Drupal 7 for the last 2.5 years. I have only tapped a fraction of the resources that are available to me in the Drupal platform – using it essentially as a glorified RSS feed aggregator and “blog”.
I would much rather write my blogs in markdown – and then I can extend that to Rmarkdown for my more code-oriented topics or any case where I need to generate some content in a programmatic way.
Continuing on my work with the underlying structure and logic of Soil Taxonomy, I have created another derivative of my text-mined database.
This Shiny app shows all taxa that precede the specified taxon in the classification "sequence" specified by the Keys to Soil Taxonomy.
Here is a basic Shiny app interface to a new database I developed from performing text mining analyses on the Keys to Soil Taxonomy (12th edition). This is alpha version of the "KSTLookup" Shiny app -- a new tool for viewing criteria associated with taxa at the subgroup to order level in U.S. Soil Taxonomy.