For many years I co-taught, and eventually convened, the ECRC’s Numerical Course with John Birks (Bergen).
Recently I developed an upper-level undergraduate & graduate course, Modelling Biological Data, with Mark Vanderwel (U Regina) where we emphasised likelihood and Bayesian approaches to modelling the kinds of data commonly encountered in biology, ecology, and environmental science.
I have taught many workshops and short courses on the analysis of ecological and palaeoecological data, often of an applied nature with a strong focus in the use of the R statistical software. Recent examples include
This workshop was developed by David Miller, Noam Ross, Eric Pedersen, and myself and has been given at ESA meetings for a number of years.
This workshop was given on the weekend before the joint IPA-IAL meeting in Stockholm, June 15–17, 2018.
This workshop was given at York University, October 17, 2017
This workshop was given for several years at ESA meetings, most recently in 2017.
This week-long short course was given at the University of Adelaide, February, 2017.