Post by Allan Roberts
On May 21 and 22 two sessions in the Ocean Networks Canada/Ecostats R Workshop Series were held at the University of Victoria.
In total, there were 21 participants, including grad students, undergraduates, UVic faculty, and others. Participants came from the departments of Biology, Geography, Environmental Studies, and the department of Mathematics and Statistics; some of their interests include forage fish, seaweeds, forest biology, benthic ecology, and arctic ecology.
The workshop sessions used data from the NEPTUNE network Folger Passage node. Topics covered in the workshops included the application of matrix algebra to modelling, and a brief introduction to different...Read more