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SEEC holds a number of workshops each year and also runs the SEEC Stats Toolbox Seminars held once every month.

Introduction to statistical modelling and data analysis in R

Every year we hold a course open to anyone that covers the following broad topics:

  • Introduction to the course and statistical modelling
  • Regression
  • Design and analysis of experiments
  • Generalized linear models

Keep an eye out on our website and social media for updates on the next workshop.

SEEC Stats Toolbox Seminars

The SEEC Stats Toolbox Seminars introduce a stats method relevant to the fields of ecology, environmental science and conservation and try to make these methods more accessible. These seminars are held once a month, towards the end of the month. Read more about these seminars here.

Past workshops

We have hosted workshops on multivariate statistics, machine learning in ecology, Bayesian integrated population modeling (IPM) using BUGS and JAGSspecies distribution modelling using R, and on spatial point process models.


Watch this space for announcements of other upcoming workshops.