A team from the Department of Watershed Sciences in the Quinney College of Natural Resources and the Ecology Center identified several factors to help answer the fundamental ecological question of what factors drive animal diversity.
"To Promote and Support Ecological Research and Graduate Education at USU and Beyond"
· Sept. 12 - Introduction to R - Liz Siemion
· Sept. 19 - Data wrangling using data.table - Michael Stemkovski
· Sept. 26 - Data wrangling and beyond with the tidyverse - Soren Struckman
· Oct. 3 - Data visualization with base R - Michael Stemkovski
· Oct. 10 - Data visualization with ggplot - Soren Struckman
· Oct. 17 - Advanced R: for-loops and functions - Tim DeLory
· Oct. 24 - Wrangling and analyzing spatial data in R - Dani Berger
· Oct. 31 - Intro to Google Earth Engine - Alex Howe
· Nov. 7 - Visualizing spatial data in R - Dani Berger
· Nov. 14 - Intro to Python - Noah Creany
· Nov. 28 - Github and reproducible analysis - Vishal Singh
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