This module contains a series of take-home activities to prepare students to analyze their own dataset collected in lab.
This module includes a series of in-lab/in-class/homework activities to prepare students to analyze their own research data. The activities guide students 1) through drawing tables and graphs by hand, writing table/figure legends; 2) making tables and figures using statistical software JMP and interpreting their results; 3) analyzing a real dataset on land snail communities and the factors driving species richness.
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- Kathryn Perez - Basic figures and tables.doc(DOC | 700 KB)
- Kathryn Perez - Basic figures and tables.pdf(PDF | 189 KB)
- Kathryn Perez - Instructions for analysis of your own research data.pdf(PDF | 154 KB)
- Kathryn Perez - Making tables and figures and analysis in JMP.pdf(PDF | 491 KB)
- Kathryn Perez - Urban Land Snail Community Datasheet.xlsx(XLSX | 65 KB)
- Kathryn Perez - WI snail data for stats practice.xlsx(XLSX | 38 KB)
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Researchers should cite this work as follows:
- Perez, K. E. (2018). Do urban yards serve as a refuge for native land snail species?. DIG into Data FMN (2017), QUBES Educational Resources. doi:10.25334/Q4TD66