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Generalised additive models (GAMs): an introduction
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Basic project management
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Making new variables
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Combining data sets
Reshaping data
Coding skills
Good practice for writing scripts
Writing simple functions
Using loops
Version control
Asking code questions
Graphics
Basic plotting in R
Single continuous variable
Two continuous variables
Single continuous vs categorical variables
Plotting with ggplot
Plotting with ggplot: the basics
Plotting with ggplot: altering the overall appearance
Plotting with ggplot: : adding titles and axis names
Plotting with ggplot: colours and symbols
Plotting with ggplot: bar plots with error bars
Visualising multivariate data
Multidimensional scaling
Principal components analysis
Cluster analysis
Heat maps
Visualising spatial data
Making maps of your study sites
Making simple maps
Statistics
t-tests
One sample t-tests
Independent samples t-tests
Paired t-tests
Linear models
Linear regression
Analysis of variance: single factor
Analysis of variance: factorial
Understanding interactions
Interpreting coefficients in linear models
Generalised linear models
Generalised linear models 1
Generalised linear models 2
Interpreting coefficients in glms
Mixed models
Mixed models 1
Mixed models 2
Mixed models 3
Generalised additive models (GAMs): an introduction
Categorical data analyses
Goodness of fit tests
Contingency tables
Power analysis
Introduction to mvabund
Forecasting with time series
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Meta-analysis 1
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