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Phylogenetic comparative methods for studying diversification and phenotypic evolution

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Phylogenetic comparative methods for studying diversification and phenotypic evolution (PCME01)

https://www.prstatistics.com/course/phylogenetic-comparative-methods-for-studying-diversification-and-phenotypic-evolution-pcme01/

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This course will be delivered by Dr. Antigoni Kaliontzopoulou from the 5th - 8th November 2018 in Glasgow City Centre.

Course Overview:
Phylogenetic comparative methods are commonly used nowadays to investigate how species diversification occurs and to test hypotheses about the mechanisms that drive phenotypic evolution, e.g. to model speciation and extinction, to understand why some groups are more diverse than others, to test whether phenotypic traits have evolved under neutral, directional or diversifying selection, to investigate how evolutionary rates are modified across the evolutionary history of a group etc. In all these cases, a phylogenetic hypothesis for the group of interest is combined to phenotypic and ecological data at the species level to understand the tempo and mode of evolutionary change.
The objective of this course is to provide an overview of these methods and of the tools available for their implementation in the R statistical language. During theoretical sessions, we will review the main concepts and statistical tools necessary for testing hypotheses about species diversification and phenotypic evolution. These will then be implemented during practicals through worked examples to provide the participants with hands-on experience on data management and the implementation of these methods to real biological data.

Monday 5th – Classes from 09:30 – 17:30
Introduction
1-1) Why do we need PCMs? A short history of the field
1-2) Testing for phylogenetic signal
1-3) Ancestral character reconstruction
1-4) PRACTICALS

Tuesday 6th – Classes from 09:30 – 17:30
Testing hypotheses on phenotypic evolution
2-1) Phylogenetic independent contrasts and phylogenetic GLS
2-2) Phylogenetically-informed ordination
2-3) PRACTICALS

Wednesday 7th – Classes from 09:30 – 17:30
Tempo and mode of evolutionary change
3-1) Evolutionary rates: estimation and tests
3-2) Models of phenotypic evolution
3-3) PRACTICALS

Thursday 8th – Classes from 09:30 – 16:00
Miscellanea
4-1) Modelling lineage diversification
4-2) Future perspectives: multivariate extensions to PCMs
4-3) PRACTICALS

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Check out our sister sites,
www.PRstatistics.com (Ecology and Life Sciences)
www.PRinformatics.com (Bioinformatics and data science)
www.PSstatistics.com (Behaviour and cognition)


1.    October 15th – 19th 2018
APPLIED BAYESIAN MODELLING FOR ECOLOGISTS AND EPIDEMIOLOGISTS (ABME04)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Matt Denwood, Emma Howard
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2.    October 23rd – 25th 2018
INTRODUCTIUON TO R (This is a private ‘in-house’ course)
London, England, Dr William Hoppitt

3.    October 29th – November 2nd 2018
INTRODCUTION TO R AND STATISTICS FOR BIOLOGISTS (IRFB02)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Olivier Gauthier
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-statistics-and-r-for-biologists-irfb02/

4.    October 29th – November 2nd 2018
INTRODUCTION TO BIOINFORMATICS FOR DNA AND RNA SEQUENCE ANALYSIS (IBDR01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr Malachi Griffith, Dr. Obi Griffith
www.prinformatics.com/course/precision-medicine-bioinformatics-from-raw-genome-and-transcriptome-data-to-clinical-interpretation-pmbi01/

5.    November 5th – 8th 2018
PHYLOGENETIC COMPARATIVE METHODS FOR STUDYING DIVERSIFICATION AND PHENOTYPIC EVOLUTION (PCME01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Antigoni Kaliontzopoulou
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/phylogenetic-comparative-methods-for-studying-diversification-and-phenotypic-evolution-pcme01/

6.    November 19th – 23rd 2018
STRUCTUAL EQUATION MODELLING FOR ECOLOGISTS AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGISTS (SEMR02)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Jonathan Lefcheck
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/structural-equation-modelling-for-ecologists-and-evolutionary-biologists-semr02/

7.    November 26th – 30th 2018
FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY FROM ORGANISM TO ECOSYSTEM: THEORY AND COMPUTATION (FEER01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Francesco de Bello, Dr. Lars Götzenberger, Dr. Carlos Carmona
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/functional-ecology-from-organism-to-ecosystem-theory-and-computation-feer01/

8.    December 3rd – 7th 2018
INTRODUCTION TO BAYESIAN DATA ANALYSIS FOR SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES USING R AND STAN (BDRS01)
Glasgow, Dr. Mark Andrews
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-bayesian-data-analysis-for-social-and-behavioural-sciences-using-r-and-stan-bdrs01/

9.    January 21st – 25th 2019
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Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Will Hoppitt
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/statistical-modelling-of-time-to-event-data-using-survival-analysis-tted01/

10.    January 21st – 25th 2019
ADVANCING IN STATISTICAL MODELLING USING R (ADVR08)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Luc Bussiere, Dr. Tom Houslay
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/advancing-statistical-modelling-using-r-advr08/

11.    January 28th–  February 1st 2019
AQUATIC ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY DATA ANALYSIS AND SURVEY DESIGN
Glasgow, Scotland, VEMCO staff and affiliates
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/aquatic-acoustic-telemetry-data-analysis-atda01/

12.    February  4th – 8th 2019
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Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Daniel Lakens
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/designing-reliable-and-effecient-experiments-for-social-sciences-dres01/

13.    February 11th – 15th 2019
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Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Thibaut Jombart, Dr. Zhain Kamvar
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/reproducible-data-science-for-population-genetics-rdpg02/

14.    25th February – 1st March 2019
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15.    March 4th – 8th 2019
BIOACUSTIC DATA ANALYSIS
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Paul Howden-Leach
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/bioacoustics-for-ecologists-hardware-survey-design-and-data-analysis-biac01/

16.    March 11th – 15th  2019
ECOLOGICAL NICHE MODELLING USING R (ENMR03)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Neftali Sillero
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17.    March 18th – 22nd 2019
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AND R FOR EVERYONE (IRFE01)
Crete, Greece, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-statistics-and-r-for-anyone-irfe01/

18.    March 25th – 29th 2019
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Glasgow, Scotland, Prof. Rodney Dyer
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/landscape-genetic-data-analysis-using-r-lndg03/

19.    April 1st – 5th 2019
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Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Dale Barr, Dr Luc Bussierre
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20.    April 1st – 5th 2019
INDIVIDUAL BASED MODELS FOR ECOLOGSITS (IBME01)
Glasgow Scotland, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
Link to follow

21.    April 8th – 12th 2019
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Glasgow Scotland, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
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22.    April 8th – 12th 2019
SPATIAL MODELLING, ANALYSIS AND STATISTICAL INFERENCE OF GENOMIC DATA (SPGN01)
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23.    May 6th – 10th 2019
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24.    May 16th – 18th 2019 (please note this a 3-day course from Thursday to Saturday)
AQUATIC MOVEMENT ECOLOGY USING R (AMER01)
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Link to follow

25.    May 16th – 19th 2019 (please note this a 4-day course from Thursday to Monday)
Introduction to R for everyone (IRFE02)
Myuna Bay, Australia, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
Link to follow

26.    May 20th – 24th 2019
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27.    May 21st – 24th 2019
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28.    June 10th – 14th 2019
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29.    June 17th – 21st 2019
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30.    June 24th – 28th 2019
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31.    July 1st – 5th 2019
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32.    October 7th – 11th 2019
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