Off to Banff!!

September 9, 2010
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(This article was first published on Xi'an's Og » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Today I am travelling from Paris to Banff, via Amsterdam and Calgary, to take part in the Hierarchical Bayesian Methods in Ecology two day workshop organised at BIRS by Devin Goodsman (University of Alberta),  François Teste (University of Alberta), and myself. I am very excited both by the opportunity to meet young researchers in ecology and forestry, and by the prospect in spending a few days in the Rockies, hopefully with an opportunity to go hiking, scrambling and even climbing. (Plus the purely random crossing of Julien‘s trip in this area!) The slides will be mostly following those of the course I gave in Aosta, while using Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R for R practicals:


Filed under: Books, Mountains, R, Statistics, Travel, University life Tagged: Aosta, Babel tower, Banff, BIRS, Ecology, Eiffel Peak, forestry, Introducing Monte Carlo Methods with R, slideshare, University of Alberta

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