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 +EEB 5083, spring semester 108-2
  
 Course focused on the analysis of community ecology data in R, organized by [[https://​ecology.lifescience.ntu.edu.tw|Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology]], College of Life Science, National Taiwan University Course focused on the analysis of community ecology data in R, organized by [[https://​ecology.lifescience.ntu.edu.tw|Institute of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology]], College of Life Science, National Taiwan University
  
-**When:​** ​Spring semester 108-2, ​every Thursday 9:10-12:10+**When:** every Thursday 9:10-12:10
  
-**Where:​** ​4A Life Science building, National Taiwan University+**Where:​** ​3A Life Science building ​(生科3A), National Taiwan University
  
 **Instructor:​** [[http://​davidzeleny.net/​doku.php/​aboutme|David Zelený (澤大衛)]],​ [[http://​www.davidzeleny.net/​veglab/​doku.php?​id=start|Vegetation Ecology Lab]]\\ **Instructor:​** [[http://​davidzeleny.net/​doku.php/​aboutme|David Zelený (澤大衛)]],​ [[http://​www.davidzeleny.net/​veglab/​doku.php?​id=start|Vegetation Ecology Lab]]\\
  
-**TA:​** ​??+**TA:​** ​Po-Yu Lin (林柏佑)
  
 **Language of the course:** English **Language of the course:** English
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 **Course content:** analysis of community ecology data, including ordination and cluster analysis, diversity analysis and analysis of species attributes. We will use real community ecology data (mostly vegetation and zoological datasets) and practice the analysis using the R project. **Course content:** analysis of community ecology data, including ordination and cluster analysis, diversity analysis and analysis of species attributes. We will use real community ecology data (mostly vegetation and zoological datasets) and practice the analysis using the R project.
  
-**Link to CEIBA (NTU study system):** https://​ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/​course/​8ad85b/index.htm+**Link to CEIBA (NTU study system):** https://​ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/​course/​e6f733/index.htm
  
 **Target audience:** senior undergraduate and graduate ecology students focused on botany and zoology, who are planning to do a study at the community level (i.e. not on a single species, but on the multiple species occurring at multiple localities). The class may be useful also for other disciplines handling multivariate data (e.g. microbiology),​ but the main focus is on ecological data. If you study PhD and want to join, you are welcome, but expect that some of the teaching materials will cover rather basic things. **Target audience:** senior undergraduate and graduate ecology students focused on botany and zoology, who are planning to do a study at the community level (i.e. not on a single species, but on the multiple species occurring at multiple localities). The class may be useful also for other disciplines handling multivariate data (e.g. microbiology),​ but the main focus is on ecological data. If you study PhD and want to join, you are welcome, but expect that some of the teaching materials will cover rather basic things.
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