Course overview; Genetic transmission in populations

We'll start the day by getting acquainted with one another. I'll ask each of you to introduce yourself and to say a bit about your interests and what prompted you to take the course. (It's OK if the only reason you're taking the course is that it's one way to fill a requirement for the BS/MS in Conservation and Biodiversity. If that's your reason for taking the course, I hope that you'll see why it's one way to fill a requirement by the end of the course and that you've found it worthwhile.)

Then I'll provide a broad overview of the topics I anticipate we'll cover. (I'll adjust the amount of time we spend on various topics depending on what you find most interesting/intriguing) and work through our first concrete example, mother offspring combinations in Zoarces viviparus. I'll also demonstrate R and JAGS. Kristen will help you get them installed in lab.

Estimating a binomial proportion

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Course overview; Genetic transmission in populations

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