Summerschool: AniMove fundamentals

Summerschool: AniMove fundamentals

written by Martin Wegmann

April 23, 2016

We are happy to announce another AniMove school. The AniMove fundamentals course will take place in December 2016 in Frankfurt, Germany.
“AniMove Fundamentals” covers the fundamentals of Animal Movement Analysis and is offered as a two-week professional training course, that targets students, researchers and conservation practitioners that have collected animal relocation data and want to learn basic techniques how to analyze these data. This course differs from the regular AniMove course in providing more introduction to R (though participants are expected to have a basic familiarity) and provides a more structured curriculum throughout both course weeks. Course participants will have the opportunity to apply learned techniques to their own data during the course but won’t undertake independent research projects as in the regular AniMove course. – See more at: http://animove.org/courses/2016-bikf

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