The Yale Center for Biodiversity and Global Change is pleased to announce office hours providing statistical and methods support for quantitative biodiversity change analysis. Example topics include statistical issues and R workflows for the analysis and modelling of biodiversity data in a spatial, environmental, and temporal context, including biogeography, conservation biology, demography, and community ecology. The office hours will be led by Dr. Cory Merow and are open to all members of the Yale community. Time and Location: Tuesdays 3-5pm in OML 400. Feel free to contact Cory in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Marxan workshop at Yale (Sept 22-23, 2018).
- Complete list, along with course content.
- Requests for workshop topics are welcome. Please email suggestions.
- Advance your R skills
- An introduction to demography with links to species’ ranges
- Functional data analysis - Methods and computing
- Modeling Species Ranges
- R you ready for spatial data analysis
- Workshops: Geo-Computation and big data processing
- Geo-spatial and environmental analysis on open-source software workshops
- A sequence of 3h workshops on data-intensive geo-spatial and environmental analysis on an open-source platform
- Toward Global Standards for Biodiversity Surveys and Checklists - Mini-Symposium and Workshop
- Spatial Biodiversity Analysis in R
- Google at Yale: A Meeting of the Minds on Geotechnology