Natural History Trivia Night
Congratulations to The Flying Squirrels of QERM for taking a very respectable 3rd place at the Burke Museum-sponsored trivia night at the College Inn in early April. The team won a $15 gift certificate which will be redeemed on May 5 at the next trivia night, which you should attend.
Once again, QERM has joined with Forestry (and College of the Environment) to field two ultimate teams in spring intramurals. Games are on Mondays and Thursdays at 5:15 at the IM fields across from U Village.
Rock climbing seems to be the new activity of choice for QERMies taking a break from their studies. Meet up around 4 or 4:30 on Tuesdays at the IMA rock gym for bouldering, climbing, and raucous discussions of the asymptotic behavior of certain estimators. Fridays at noon are also popular for those who like to skip seminars/labs.
Soup is on hiatus for summer quarter. Look again in the fall!
FAQ for QERM Applicants
If you're interested in applying to QERM, please see the QERM Applicant FAQ. Anyone interested in QERM is welcome to add questions, and hopefully you'll get a response. To obtain an account, contact the Graduate Program Assistant with the email address and user name you'd like to use.
- Code and workflow for the Behavioral Change Point Analysis (BCPA) for identifying discrete shifts in behaviorally heterogeneous animal movement tracks (or, for that matter, any correlated time-series, including irregularly sampled ones) has been posted by Eli here. (note: this is in part an experiment to see if making many links to this page will make it eventually show up in Google, which would be very nice. In the meantime, please click and enjoy! Or just click and run away! either should work.)
- Other QERM students are busily developing Exciting and Useful New Pages to add here!
- And here!