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Virtual ecologist module #2: occupancy model design trade-offs

The Virtual Ecologist method is a form of stochastic simulation where the process of collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data are simulated. This post is the second module of the Virtual Ecologist blog series. The first module was an introduction to using … Continue reading

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Emerging methods for multi-model inference in ecology: inference based on parameter inclusion probabilities

A procedure for model selection has been recently showing up in the ecological literature that seems to have followed the increasing use of Bayesian hierarchical models. I was first introduced to the procedure by the book, “Hierarchical modeling and inference … Continue reading

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Virtual ecologist approach: using simulations to evaluate experimental designs

This blog is the first in a series of modules that I will present on using simulations to evaluate experimental designs. The series will mostly consist of fairly simple simulations that I have built over the last decade to answer … Continue reading

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