It is empowering to know how to analyze your own data
Don Ludwig (2009), former S+ instructor

Course 2019

Biology 501 is a graduate course on quantitative methods for data analysis in ecology and evolution.

The format is a mixture of lectures/discussions on methodological topics and practical workshops using the R package.

Use the Biol 501 drop down menu to navigate the course pages.

Select Lectures on the drop down menu to see lecture topics and contents.

Select Calendar on the drop down menu to see deadlines and upcoming events.

Select the R workshops home tab to learn about the R workshops.


Prerequisites

Students are assumed to have taken an introductory undergraduate statistics course at some point in their careers.

We will begin at a fairly basic level using a general linear model approach.


Instructor

Dolph Schluter (email; website; office: Biodiv. 218)


Teaching Assistant

Ken Thompson (email; website)


Location

Lectures and discussions: Tuesdays 1-3 pm in Beaty Biodiversity Centre Room 224

Workshops: Thursdays 1-3 pm in Beaty Biodiversity Centre Room 224


Lectures from previous years

Lecture notes from the September 2018 semester are on the lectures page.

Videos from the September 2017 semester are on the lectures page.

 

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