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Subject: COURSE: Statistics (in R) for Ecology and Conservation Biology (March 11-22)

This two-week training program is designed for graduate students and professionals looking to build their statistical toolbox and become comfortable in the R computing environment at the same time. During the course you'll learn a wide range of regression approaches to data analysis that are common to ecological research including linear models, generalized linear models and mixed models. At the same time you'll learn and practice useful skills in R including data import, data manipulation, graph creation, and more. See our course webpage for more details and apply before December 31 for first consideration!

https://smconservation.gmu.edu/programs/graduate-and-professional/statistics-for-ecology-and-conservation-biology/


Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation <SCBITraining@si.edu>
Monday, December 17, 2018

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