Methods in Ecology & Evolution Blog

The journal Methods in Ecology & Evolution has a blog with a number of interesting entries, including:

General:

  1. Jarred Hadfield: There’s Madness in our Methods: Improving inference in ecology and evolution
  2. Flawed Analysis Casts Doubt on Years of Evolution Research
  3. Making Your Research Reproducible with R
  4. Peer Review Week: Should we use double blind peer review? The evidence

Climate Change:

  1. How Should Biologists Measure Climate Change?

 

Bibliometrics

  1. How to Synthesize 100 Articles in Under 10 Minutes: Reviewing Big Literature Using ACA (Automated Content Analysis)
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