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599: An introduction to data management and R for Fisheries and Wildlife applications--- a lighthearted lo
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   Data management and analyses may be serious issues,
     
                                  learning about them doesn't have to be...

This site is intended to be a repository of materials from previous courses including example code and other materials to help provide Fisheries and Wildlife students and professionals with an understanding of basic data management and analytical skills. Our philosophy-- your access to information shouldn't end with your degree.

Instructors*
176 Nash Hall

Tyrell Deweber
546 Nash Hall

Meeting Periods: Monday 13:00-14:20, 28 Kidder Hall
        You've got class!...when coercion is a good thing
     ....even when they aren't


Week 9: Databases: types, formats, and practical considerations
         Zzzzzzz....wake-up! This stuff could make your graduate life easier... and maybe   better

Week 10: Basic ecological simulation

 -- Hey mom, I'm an ecological modeler!



LESSON FORMERLY KNOWN AS WEEK 2

Week 2.x: Databases: types, formats, and practical considerations
         Zzzzzzz....wake-up! This stuff could make your graduate life easier... and maybe   better

Important Links:

Related courses:
FW 544: Quantitative Decision Analysis for Fish and Wildlife Management
           (aka The practical application of statistics to natural resource management)

*Many thanks to Mike Colvin of Mississippi State University for providing much of this material.