Monthly Archives: May 2011

Anna Coogan Sings the Blues

For those of you out there with the Sunday blues. Anna Coogan is a friend and fellow fish biologist at the UW, and she has a talent for writing some of those songs that can just wreck you. Anna is … Continue reading

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“Now I am become death, destroyer of worlds.”

Yesterday, The Atlantic ran a series of photos of atmospheric nuclear tests, including one taken 25 milliseconds after the detonation of the first atomic bomb on the morning of July 16, 1945 near Alamogordo, New Mexico. J. Robert Oppenheimer, the … Continue reading

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A Very Short Introduction to Time Series

Last week, I gave a presentation on the basics of time series statistics to an informal group of students in biology, forestry, and fisheries who meet every week to share tips and talk over problems involving statistics and R. A … Continue reading

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