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Preparations to head out to the coast are underway.
Workshop Schedule (10-17 March 2012)
|Sunday||Continuous-time Markov Models and Bayesian Inference (Huelsenbeck)||MrBayes tutorial (Brown) / Model Selection (Brown)||Setup Student Projects|
|Monday||Divergence-Time Estimation/Beast Tutorial (Heath)||Species-trees and *BEAST tutorial (Thomson)||Next generation sequencing technology (Eisen)|
|Tuesday||R Tutorial (Glor) / MCMC diagnosis (Moore)||Discrete Character Evolution lecture and BayesTraits tutorials (Glor)||Analysis of large phylogenetic datasets (Rannala)|
|Wednesday||Continuous character evolution and R tutorial (Mahler)||FIELD TRIPS||Work on Projects|
|Thursday||Rates of continuous trait evolution (Wainwright) / Morphological evolution in R (Price)||Diversification Rates (Moore)/Lineage Diversification in R||Work on Projects|
|Friday||Begin presentations||More student presentations||Party!!|
|Saturday||Pack up and go home|
|Jeremy Brown||UC Berkeley||<jeremymbrown AT gmail DOT com>|
|Jonathan Eisen||UC Davis||<jaeisen AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Rich Glor||University of Rochester||<rglor AT mail DOT rochester DOT edu>|
|Tracy Heath||UC Berkeley||<tracyh AT berkeley DOT edu>|
|John Huelsenbeck||UC Berkeley||<johnh AT berkeley DOT edu>|
|Luke Mahler||UC Davis||<lmahler AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Brian Moore||UC Davis||<brianmoore AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Samantha Price||UC Davis||<saprice AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Bruce Rannala||UC Davis||<brannala AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Bob Thomson||UC Davis||<rcthomson AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
|Peter Wainwright||UC Davis||<pcwainwright AT ucdavis DOT edu>|
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