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Better estimates of plant abundance

Estimating abundances of plants in the field is not straightforward and is prone to variation between observers. Ideally we would minimize this variation between observers (and increase repeatability of an observers estimates too). Further, estimates can be biased. Lastly, estimates … Continue reading

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the road to good graphics

I came across this when I was scanning Andrew Gelman’s blog. Its a blog from the Graphics Department at the New York Times.  A very nice illustration of development of ‘how do we graph it?’

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