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AnthroTree2012 Schedule


 

Date

Morning

Afternoon

Evening

May 29Tuesday

Before 7:00 - Arrive at North Residential Area, Building C, and check in

7:00 - Buffet dinner in Campus Center (10th floor, room 1001)8:15-9:00 - Overview and welcome (10th floor campus center, after dinner)After 9:00 - Settle into dorms and answer prep questions for the next day

May 30Wednesday

9:00-12:00 - Introduction to R with Roger Mundry

12:00-1:30 - Lunch 1:30-4:30 - Independent contrasts in R and Mesquite with Adam Gordon4:30-5:30 - Primate Phylogeny and 10kTrees with Charlie Nunn

5:30 - Depart for Downtown Amherst6:30 - Dinner at Judie's Restaurant in downtown AmherstAfter Dinner - work on problem sets, projects, and answer prep questions for the next day

May 31Thursday

9:00-12:00 - Continued Comparative Methods in R (caper) with Natalie Cooper

12:00-1:30 - Lunch 1:30-4:30 - Cross-cultural research and BayesTraits with Tom Currie4:30-5:30 - TBD with Charlie Nunn

Dinner on your ownAfter Dinner - work on problem sets, projects, and answer prep questions for the next day

June 1Friday

9:00-12:00 - BayesTraits with Randi Griffin

12:00-1:30 - Lunch 1:30-4:30 - Phylomorphospaces and rates of evolution in R with Samantha Price4:30-5:30 - TBD with Charlie Nunn

6:00 - Informal dinner at Amherst Brewing Co (participants pay for expenses)After Dinner - work on problem sets, projects, and answer prep questions for the next day

June 2Saturday

9:00-12:00 - Within-species variation with László Garamszegi

12:00-1:30 - Lunch 1:30-5:00 - Work on projects with instructors

Dinner on your ownAfter Dinner - work on projects and presentations

June 3Sunday

9:00-12:00 Presentations

12:00-1:30 - Lunch 1:30- Presentations (cont.)

Participants may depart in the late afternoon/evening- for those staying, dinner TBD

June 4Monday

Remaining participants depart


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