Biodiversity to Explore Applied Statistical Techniques (BEAST)
Biodiversity to Explore Applied Statistical Techniques (BEAST) is a working group branching from the 2016 National Academies Special Topics Summer Institute on Quantitative Biology. This group is working specifically to develop a biodiversity case study with data from iDigBio to teach students basic statistical concepts (e.g. means, variance, t-tests, regression, etc.) and tools (Excel, R, etc.)
If you would like to know more about this group, please request membership.
The BEAST Group Facilitator is Molly Phillips.
The BEAST QUBES Liaison is Drew LaMar.
Members of this group are listed below: