Teaching

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iDIV - GERMANY

  • Introduction to maximum likelihood and Bayesian statistics for ecologists. [course material]

 

YALE UNIVERSITY - USA

  • Spatial Biodiversity Analysis Methods (Yale E&EB 713) - graduate course, taught together with Adam M. Wilson, Giuseppe Amatulli and Walter Jetz. [syllabus]. Here are the contents of my three classes:
    1. Brief introduction to data and models in spatial context [materials on GitHub]
    2. Spatially-explicit logistic regression [materials on GitHub]
    3. Poisson regression by glm(), maximum likelihood and MCMC [materials on GitHub]
  • Spatial Scale in Ecology and Biodiversity Science (Yale E&EB 713 01 - S13) - graduate course.Spring semester 2013. Taught together with Walter Jetz. [syllabus]
  • Likelihood, Bayesian statistics and all that (Yale STAT101 - FS 2012) - a lecture.

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CHARLES UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE - Czech Republic

  • Bayesian Biostatistics - 1st week of February 2014 and 2015, Charles University, Prague. [complete materials]
  • Foundations of Ecology¬† - graduate course for students of Social and Cultural Ecology at Faculty of Humanities (FHS UK, 2007-2009):

1. Introduction [pdf]
2. Evolutionary ecology [pdf]
3. Animals vs. plants [pdf]
4. Environmental conditions [pdf]
5. Population ecology [pdf]
6. Community ecology I. [pdf]
7. Community ecology II. [pdf]
8. Biodiversity [pdf]
9. Ecosystem ecology [pdf]
10. History of biosphere and human ecology [pdf]
11. Ecological threats [pdf]