|FISH 559: Numerical Computing for the Natural Resources|
Exposure to modeling of biological systems and some experience with statistical model fitting (e.g. FISH 458). Students are expected to have access to laptops, the ADMB package and the R package. R can be downloaded for free from the R project web-site.
Some of the laboratories and homework assignments will require knowledge of EXCEL and Visual Basic.
Four homework assignments and one major project.The homeworks and the project are each worth 50% of the final grade. Note that 10 points (out of 100) will be deducted for each day that an assignment is submitted late.
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