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Ecological Models and Data in R by Benjamin M. Bolker

Ecological Models and Data in R

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Ecological Models and Data in R Benjamin M. Bolker ebook
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Page: 516
ISBN: 0691125228, 9780691125220
Publisher: Princeton University Press

1a, see Table 1 for model selection results for Experiment I), with highest foraging rates in the high culling treatments. Bolker's book is a must-buy for anyone wanting to fit data to models and go beyond hypothesis testing, but it is certainly not an 'introductory' text in the sense of 'simple'. This is where a new paper by Shinichi Nakagawa and Holger Schielzeth published in Methods in Ecology and Evolution comes in. They have come up with R2 equivalents for mixed models. Princeton University Press, £32.95. (2005) Applied linear statistical models. Ecological Models and Data in R by Ben Bolker is a great book for learning applied ways to manipulate data, formulate analyses, and generate graphics in R. Bolker BM (2008) Ecological models and data in R. Ecological Models and Data in R. Citation: Vitale M, Mancini M, Matteucci G, Francesconi F, Valenti R, Attorre F (2012). Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press. And a bunch of packages have been developed with ecological research in mind. (2008) Ecological models and data in R. O'Hara & Kotze (2010) Do not log-transform count data. Bolker, associate professor in theoretical ecology, Florida State University. We all use the general libraries for data analysis and model fitting, but a nice thing with R is that you can interface any function with others.

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