Category Archives: R

Guest Blog: Collaborative Research in Odum School of Ecology

Note from Chao: John and I investigated the research focus and collaboration of faculties at Odum School of Ecology. I posted the analyses on the diverse research areas a few days ago. John has graciously agreed to analyze the collaboration … Continue reading

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Diverse Research Areas in Odum School of Ecology

John Vinson and I had an interesting conversation on how to visualize the collaboration and research focus among labs on our drive back from Atlanta. One idea is to classify labs based on similarity in research focus. We can look at … Continue reading

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A Complete Work Flow of Fitting a Simple Linear Model

I recently discussed with one of my fellow graduate students testing linear contrasts from a two way ANOVA model. He was a little confused about implementing it in R and interpreting some of the model outputs. As I discussed in an earlier … Continue reading

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