Ecology

The Queens College General Ecology Open Notebook

by The Queens College Collective Consciousness

2018-11-06

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Comparative Methods

by Brian O’Meara

2018-02-15

How to do comparative methods for evolution and ecology […] This book was created as part of my PhyloMeth class, which focuses on sensibly using and developing comparative methods. It will be actively developed over the course of Spring 2017, so if you don’t like this version (see date above), check back soon! The book is available here but you can fork it, add issues, and look at raw source code at https://github.com/bomeara/ComparativeMethodsInR. [Note I’ll be changing the name of the repo eventually; the course is largely in R (not entirely) but of course many key methods appear in other … Read more →

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Literature thesis: Building a framework for retrieving information on multispecies interactions from published literature

by Gabriel Muñoz

2017-04-28

Literature thesis: Building a framework for retrieving information on multispecies interactions from published literature […] The generation of new global hypothesis, destined to understand our current global biodiversity crisis, requires a large amount of information. Our knowledge in Ecology is principally contained in the form of published articles. This global body of literature holds a significant amount of primary data on species distributions and interactions across a large geographical and temporal scale. In this literature review, I explore the use of different computational tools … Read more →

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