here is a compilation of useful resources I often refer to, and decided to post here so others can find them if they need!
Presentations and Data Visualization
Paul Tol’s notes on colour schemes ggplot2 extensions Butterick’s Practical Typography Best Practices of Combining Typefaces Colin Purrington’s notes on poster design Inference by Eye - Confidence Intervals and How to Read Pictures of Data Colorogical Paletton
Statistics and Comparative Methods
Ben Bolker’s very useful GLMM FAQ mgcv ESA 2016 Course GLMM wiki when confidence intervals among payday advance loans become confusion intervals Statistical tests, P values, confidence intervals, and power: a guide to misinterpretations Luke Harmon’s Comparative Methods in R Glor Lab Adaptive Radiation Journal Club An Animation of the Construction of a Confidence Interval Animating MCMC
STEMWomen.net: how men can help Don’t be that dude: Handy tips for the male academic Small Pond Science: Recruiting underrepresented minority students Identity Matters: Communicating About Equity and Opportunity for Students in Minority-Serving Institutions Phelps Lab: A template for (nearly) painless writing in 10 steps Hall Lab student resources How to become good at peer review: A guide for young scientists Embrace Your Fallibility: Thoughts on Code Integrity