The data are amazing. Huge congratulations class on collecting some very nice REAL data about our campus.
Data set up: 68 rows of independent observation for each site
25 plant 1, 25 plant 2, 10 sweeps, 6 pans, 1 invertebrate observation, 1 vertebrate observation
1300 word limit on figshare submissions. Text should be concise and below that.
Do not put zeros where there are blanks. There should only be a zero if you sampled and did not find anything. Blanks are often in between columns, where different independent sampling occurred.
Do not edit any of the columns but you can edit the rows to add your group ID, add replicates, etc.
Love the the paper!
post them here. Textbook AND reading.
Please take a moment and use the comment function for this post and paste the questions we prepped together on Friday.
It is hard for me to chit-chat and get them written down too.
I think we can win this contest!
The labs collect real data, outside! So, get your smartphones out and record some of your work in the upcoming weeks!
We do not need more kittens on YouTube. Or do we?
Quick updates (we discussed in lectures but just in case).
- BIOL2060 is a co-requisite. This means if you are not currently enrolled in it, you will be de-enrolled unless you have already taken a comparable statistics course at York University.
- All labs full. If you need to switch, you need to find a person in another lab day that also needs/wants/can be bribed to switch.
Here is the list so far of people that need to switch. Email the lab admin if you can see a way to switch with a person, and he will facilitate as best he can.