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School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
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School: Washington
Course: Eco Mod&spat Anly
Plant Ecology (2005) 181:101112 DOI 10.1007/s11258-005-3797-z Springer 2005 Responses of a remnant California native bunchgrass population to grazing, burning and climatic variation Jaymee T. Marty1,4,*, Sharon K. Collinge2 and Kevin J. Rice3 Grad
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514/Prof. Conquest/Computing Associate Judy Zhong HW 1 due Friday April 6, 2007 A handy website for background reading on regression analysis is: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_regression [many others may be found on google.com] 1. Biologist
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514 Homework 3-Due Friday, April 20, 2007 Prof. Conquest/Computing Assistant Judy Zhong REAADING: CHAPTER 4 IN FARAWAY [HANDOUT]. 1. Refer back to the crab density/crab entrainment data from HW #1. a. Compute the leverages h(i) [that is, obtain
School: Washington
Course: Eco Mod&spat Anly
An Introduction to the Variogram N. Bert Loosmore QERM 550 Friday May 23, 2008 1 / 42 Motivation In many ecological (and other) situations, sampled data are dependent or correlated. This violates the assumption of iid data. Further, if the measur
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
S-PLUS Notes S-PLUS is a software package provides a programming environment for data analysis. User's can visually explore and thoroughly analyze data. S-PLUS provides built-in functions for creating many useful graphical displays. There are also bu
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
S-PLUS Notes S-PLUS is a software package provides a programming environment for data analysis. User's can visually explore and thoroughly analyze data. S-PLUS provides built-in functions for creating many useful graphical displays. There are also bu
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514 Midterm Due May 13 Spring 2008 Introduction The yellow-bellied marmot (Marmota aviventris) is a small rodent widely distributed in the western portion of North America. It is well known to produce short alarm whistles when approached, as
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514/Prof. Conquest/Computing Associate Judy Zhong HW 1 due Friday April 6, 2007 A handy website for background reading on regression analysis is: http:/en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linear_regression [many others may be found on google.com] 1. Biologist
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514 Homework 3-Due Friday, April 20, 2007 Prof. Conquest/Computing Assistant Judy Zhong REAADING: CHAPTER 4 IN FARAWAY [HANDOUT]. 1. Refer back to the crab density/crab entrainment data from HW #1. a. Compute the leverages h(i) [that is, obtain
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
QERM 514 Homework 1 Solutions Spring 2008 Problem 1. In a strict reading of the question (which Ill admit was done intentionally), there is only one t-test which should probably be used: the ordinary (common variance) t-test, which is not the defa
School: Washington
Course: Anlys Ecol Data I
-1.1. SYLLABUS -1.1 Syllabus This is a course giving an overview of some of the statistical tools which frequently crop up in an ecological setting. Statistics is an entire discipline, of course, and there are a great many specializations. While n