Training materials

Introduction to Shiny Apps

Shiny is so great.

Building R packages

This practical training will cover the basics of modern package development in R with a focus on the following three aspects: (1) how to turn your code into functions, (2) how to write tests and documentation, and (3) how to share your R package on GitHub..

Point-count Data Analysis

Technical
EN

Analysis of point-count data in the presence of variable survey methodologies and detection error offered by Peter Solymos to BIOS2 Fellows in March 2021.

Introduction to EDI concepts in a scientific context

Transversal competencies
FR
EN

A short introduction to EDI concepts in a scientific context.

4-Day Training in Spatial Statistics with Philippe Marchand

FR
EN

Training session about statistical analysis of spatial data in ecology, hosted by Philippe Marchand (UQAT). | Session de formation sur l’analyse statistique des données spatiales en écologie, animée par Pr. Philippe Marchand (UQAT).

Making websites with HUGO

Technical
Transversal competencies
EN

This workshop provides a general introduction to HUGO, a popular open source framework for building websites without requiring a knowledge of HTML/CSS or web programming.

Data Visualization

Technical
Fellow contributed
EN

General principles of visualization and graphic design, and techniques of tailored visualization. This training was developed and delivered by Alex Arkilanian and Katherine Hébert on September 21st and 22nd, 2020.

Science Communication

Career
Fellow contributed
EN

Recordings, content and handouts from a 6-hour Science Communication workshop held over two days on 15 and 16 June 2020.

Sensibilisation aux réalités autochtones et recherche collaborative

Transversal competencies
FR

Série de deux webinaires sur la sensibilisation aux réalités autochtones et la recherche en collaboration avec les Autochtones, offert du 28 au 30 avril 2020 par Catherine-Alexandra Gagnon, PhD.

Mathematical Modeling in Ecology and Evolution

Technical
EN

This workshop will introduce participants to the logic behind modeling in biology, focusing on developing equations, finding equilibria, analyzing stability, and running simulations.Techniques will be illustrated with the software tools, Mathematica and Maxima. This workshop was held in two parts: January 14 and January 16, 2020.

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