Experimental Design & Analysis for Ecology

Course Code: ES3307
Course Description:
This course introduces the basic principles of experimental design and analysis of ecological experiments. It introduces the methods and key concepts for designing and implementing experiments in both the field and laboratory. Students will learn how to plan and execute an experiment, key concepts in designing experiments, and how to analyse and present their results. This course builds on the statistical skills, and students will learn how to apply these statistical methods to real-life field and lab experiments. This courses uses R, and assumes some introductory knowledge of statistics.
Year Taken: Year 3
Next Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisite: BS1008 Bioinformatics and Statistics
Lecturer: Eleanor SLADE
Office Location: N2-01C-66
Years Offered: AY 2019 - 2020