There is a mix of information here, some of which is intended for those just getting started with RTKLIB and other posts that might be of interest for more advanced users. For those just getting started, I suggest clicking on “Getting Started” listed in the "How To" menu This will bring up all the posts I have geared towards a new user. More in-depth information can be found in my blog.
I would be very interested in hearing about other similar work, so please leave a comment or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are working in this area or if you have anything to add to any of the posts. My goal is also to document as completely as possible the work I have done, so if there is something I have skipped over that would be of interest to others, please let me know, and I will try to add a post.
All of the code changes and configuration files described in my posts are available in my Github repository. The most recent executables are available here and most of the data sets I reference in the blog are here.
I am happy to take a quick look at raw data at no charge if you are having trouble getting decent solutions or do my best to answer questions you have about RTKLIB or any of the material covered here. I interact with quite a few of my readers and enjoy being able to help out when I can.
If you are looking for help with a project involving a larger commitment of time I am also available on a consulting basis. My rates are quite reasonable as my primary goal is to find interesting projects to work on and continue to improve my understanding of precision GPS and RTKLIB. I can help with data analysis, configuration optimization, code customization, feature enhancements, tool development, training, or any other RTKLIB or low cost RTK related task and usually work on an hourly basis.
You can find more information about me at my linkedin page.