Webinars

This page provides recordings and resources for the Webinars EFI has hosted. The following are the webinar topics.

Ecological Forecasting Outside Academia Early Career Panel

Nov 16, 2022Ecological Forecasting Outside Academia Early Career Panel

Statistical Methods Series (co-hosted with the ESA Statistical Ecology Section)

Oct 3, 2022Spatial Occupancy Models and the spOccupancy R package
May 2, 2022Hidden Markov Models in Ecology
April 18, 2022 NIMBLE
April 4, 2022Multi-Species (Species Interactions) Occupancy Modeling
Mar 7, 2022Integrated Step-Selection Analysis
Feb 7, 2022Movement Ecology
Jan 24, 2022Generalized Joint Attribute Models (GJAM)
Jan 3, 2022Generalized Additive Models (GAMs)
Dec 6, 2021Species Archetype Models and/or Regions of Common Profile Models
Nov 1, 2021Mixed Models

R Shiny Series

Sept 14, 2021A Primer to Creating Interactive Maps with Leaflet in Shiny
Aug 31, 2021Improving Speed of Shiny Apps by Pre-Computing Models
Aug 17, 2021Creative Visualization of Model Results and Uncertainty in Shiny
Aug 10, 2021Visualization of Data in Space and Time: An Interactive Framework

Science Communication Series / Social Science and Partners & Knowledge Working Group Presentations and Panels

Jan 19, 2022 Science Communication Series: Sharing is Caring: Communicating Science Beyond Academic Publications
Nov 19, 2021 Science Communication Series: Serious Fun: Reimagining Virtual Events on Ecological Forecasting
May 17, 2021Social Science Working Group Hosted Presentation: Best Practices for Visually Communicating Ecological Forecast Uncertainty
May 4, 2021Partners & Knowledge Transfer Working Group Hosted Panel: Co-production & Actionable Science

DEI Working Group Hosted Panels

Mar 2021 What kind of online tools are useful and work well for remote learning and teaching?
Feb 2021How can 4-year data-driven institutions and programs support students transferring from community colleges? 
Jan 2021What does culturally competent data science training look like?
Nov 2020What do diverse students need to thrive in data- and computer-heavy settings?