Advyth and Caryn presented data exploration & analysis in the context of our research project CHRRP! Students learned about the workflow of taking data from a research project and transforming it into something biologically meaningful, using statistical techniques (R Studio).
We used last year's CHRRP data to demonstrate how to clean and review data. If you are interested in going through the coding exercises, please email Advyth (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive the data and scripts!
We discussed the background of our current research project, CHRRP, as well as our plans for the project this quarter. Additionally, we talked about the other workshops/events for the winter quarter and announced that the application to attend the annual spring break field trip is open!
If you have any questions about any of our events or the spring break field trip, feel free to email email@example.com.
For information about CHRRP or an interest to be a part of the CHRRP team, email Advyth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in ecology research? Learning how to do statistical coding in R is a valuable skill to have! We are having a workshop, led by PhD candidate Elijah, to teach you the fundamentals of R.
If you want to follow along with the code, please email email@example.com to request the data & script.
Sam Maher (Berkeley Graduate Student), Dr. Nicole Molinari (US Forest Service), Anna Cassady (Dudek Biologist), Dr. Anne Hilborn (CA Fish & Wildlife), & Sierra Yarnes (Berkeley Graduate Student)
discuss their educational & work backgrounds as well as answer questions about their careers and advice to undergraduates aspiring for careers in ecology-related fields.