I am giving a seminar this Friday 3rd of May at the University of Queensland, 2pm in room 257 Goddard Building 🙂 Advertisements
Now off the analyze my 1807 crayfish specimens across 563 species. I will see the sunlight again in a few months!
I have been asked by many, many people for some introductory reading on Machine Learning for ecologists. Here are my favourite references! Textbooks Hastie (2009) The Elements of Statistical Learning, Springer. I believe is the best textbook around for Machine Learning. Quite math-heavy, but has good explanations of algorithm convergence and real-life examples on … More Machine Learning reading list
Next week I will be visiting the Macroecology and Macroevolution Group at the Australian National University in Canberra. I will also be giving a seminar entitled Cost-effective global biodiversity monitoring under uncertainty (quite a mouthful!) Wednesday April 10th at 12 noon in the Gould Building seminar room.