Please find attached a paper by De’ath and Fabricus (2000) on CART (Classification and Regression trees). I think this paper really outlines what CART is and how it can be used. I suggest everyone read it before thursdays class so that you get an understanding of what we will be teaching.
A paper on ordinations is coming soon!
-Sam & Katrina
De’ath and Fabricus 2000
Hi everyone. We’re going to be talking about generalized linear mixed models on Thursday. This paper is pretty interesting and will help with our talk so check it out.
Ally, Amanda, and Taylor
Generalized linear mixed models bolker
Katrina and I have chosen the “work-flow” paper style, so for next class should we have our work flow diagram made? As we are not doing a systematic review.
I came up with an idea for my stats paper that combines both the work-flow concept and a review of statistical analyses. Because my thesis involves a lot of spatial statistics, I though it would be great for me to explore the different types of analyses used with spatial data.
I will be writing a review paper/workflow paper on how to work with spatial data and the statistics that can be used to analyze this data
The questions that I will ask are:
- What kind of data do I have?
- What do I have to do with my data before I start analyses?
- What spatial statistics methods can I use with my data to answer my research questions?
Let me know what you guys think!
I have been getting some comments on my blog posts. Is our blog public? And if it is, can we make if private?
My research project is to understand how post-translational modifications (PTMs) of the transcriptional activator Gcn4 are coordinated and regulated on promoters of target genes.
To accomplish this, I extract my protein of interest from Yeast. Then performed immunoprecipitations followed by Western blot analysis.
Hi all, first time using wordpress so we’ll see how this goes. I am interested in restoration ecology and plant-animal interactions including foraging. I am currently working on developing my thesis questions. For my systematic review I will be looking at how stats are used in restoration ecology in arid regions, since my research will take place in the desert. I look forward to the view from the top.