Your data is now considered a scholarly product according to NSF. In a recent change to their guidelines, you no longer just list ‘Publications’ but now list ‘Products’ on your submitted CV. This means, heck, not only data is a … Continue reading
Do you use GBIF to map species ranges? Want a quick and easy way to map the ranges of multiple species using R, instead of going to GIS software? Then try the rgbif library – very cool!
Mudge has actually written an excellent followup to his technique to balance type I and II error rates to determine a study specific α. He actually went back and did a meta-analysis to look at how study specific values of … Continue reading
A more rational alternative to blind usage of α = 0.05 – some additional discussion on the Journal of Ecology Blog
Want to try something new and interesting this week for your homework? There’s a great and not terribly difficult way to integrate your written responses to homework questions with R code and graphs without having to do a lot of … Continue reading
Can you make a 3-D animation of ice sheets growing and shrinking over time? Yes you can.
From Martine Now that data analysis has taken over my life, I have decided that it is like Buddhism as these two quotes below indicate: “For every cause there is an effect [in the future, man, this will be represented … Continue reading