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Amanda Ellis just gave a practice presentation for her qualifying exam tomorrow. The use of the smartdiagram lists and figures in her slides were particularly eye catching. I know what I’m doing for my next talk!
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Shy Crabs Make the Most Sperm
Yesterday my paper with Danielle Bridger and Mark Briffa got coverage in Discover Magazine. I have to admit that it was Danielle and Mark who “peeked inside the crabs’ gonads”. I just helped out with the statistics.
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Finding Articles in Ecological Statistics (and beyond)
As part of our lab meetings we discuss recent articles of interest. These articles are generally in ecological statistics, though they may be in fields relating to our projects (e.g., Bayesian inference). My students asked how to find articles, and … Continue reading
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Using LaTeX in Word
I use LaTeX when writing my own papers. However, when collaborating with other authors, particularly those in biology, I have to used Microsoft Word. In the past I have converted LaTeX equations into images to embed into the Word document, … Continue reading
MC(MC)MC: Exploring Monte Carlo integration within MCMC for mark-recapture models with individual covariates.
The paper from Simon’s plenary at the 2013 EURING Technical Meeting has finally appeared “in print”. The quotation marks are because MEE is an on-line journal, but the paper final has a volume, issue, and page numbers. The full citation … Continue reading
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