How many is fifty? Sanity checks for assemblage data.

This week I’m at the Palaeolimnology Symposium in Stockholm this week.

I have a couple of presentations. I gave the first this morning to the chironomid “DeadHead” meeting. I showed some sanity checks for assemblage data, some of which are related to Brown and Heathers’ (2018) GRIM test.  It can download it from figshare.

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About richard telford

Ecologist with interests in quantitative methods and palaeoenvironments
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One Response to How many is fifty? Sanity checks for assemblage data.

  1. Pingback: More trouble counting to fifty | Musings on Quantitative Palaeoecology

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