Author Archives: seanmccanty

Frozen in indecision

I wanted to talk a little about designing experiments, given the Hurlbert paper and our class discussion. The problem I have been coming up with is that the experimental methodology I lay down in the next few weeks is the … Continue reading

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Influence of priors

As an explanation for the back tracking – I  caught a cold just as we moved into generalized linear models and as I read the notes and try to understand, it’s all a bit Through the Looking-Glass. So, while I … Continue reading

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Confidence Intervals and Probability

So I decided that today I’d write about something that’s been a little hard to wrap my head around: Confidence interval interpretation. Having a little bit of statistics background from high school and undergrad (taught better in high school than … Continue reading

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