If you’re interested in getting an early start, I’ve posted Project #2. You’ll find links to the description of the project, the data files, and the R and JAGS scripts you’ll need for the project on the lecture detail page for Tuesday. You’ll be using JAGS this time, but you won’t have to write any of your own code. Structure will be unfamiliar to you until we cover it in lecture on Tuesday. Those notes will be going up later tonight.
The Prunier et al. paper that provides background on the data was just accepted in <em>American Journal of Botany</em>.