# FISH 6003: Statistics and Study Design for Fisheries Science

Our class meets twice per week:

- Tuesdays, 0900 to 0950, Room W3033/35
- Wednesdays, 0900 to 1050, Room W3033/35

## Course documents

## Course Content

Week |
Dates |
Theme |
Updated? |
---|---|---|---|

1 | January 8 and 9 | Introduction, and the Philosophy of Statistics | Y |

2 | January 15 and 16 | Data Exploration | Y |

3 | January 22 and 23 | Simple Linear Regression | Y |

4 | January 29 and 30 | Multiple Linear Regression | Y |

5 | February 5 and 6 | Model Selection | Y |

6 | February 12 and 13 | Generalized Linear Models: Part 1 | Y |

X | February 18-22 | [Winter semester break] |
NA |

7 | February 26 and 27 | Generalized Linear Models: Part 2 | Y |

8 | March 5 and 6 | Mixed Models | Y |

9 | March 12 and 13 | Generalized Linear Mixed Models | Y |

10 | March 19 and 20* | Generalized Linear Mixed Models: Part 2 | Y |

11 | March 26 and 27 | Brief Intro to Power Analysis, and Bayesian Stats | Y |

12 | April 2 and 3 | Meta-Analysis | N |

- On March 20, we will have a
**Guest lecture**on spatial statistics by Julek Chawarski. GLMMs part 2 will be spread between weeks 10 and 11.

Please note that, as this is only the second offering of FISH 6003, the content - and order of content delivery - is subject to change.