Category: Events

The Government of Western Australia Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS) is proposing important amendments to the Mining Act 1978, through the Streamlining (Mining Amendment) Bill 2021.  A summary of the Bill is available here.  The goal of the amendments is to simplify, […]

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On May 11, 2021, we were invited to showcase Econumerics’ work at the #ItalianResearchDay, in the beautiful Fremantle Maritime Museum. We heard stories of inspiring cross-sector partnerships between Italy and Australia, along with some insightful talks about #oceanscience, #blueeconomy, #university, #industry, #research, #sustainability, and #environmentalmanagement. […]

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A big thank you to all participants, trainers and helpers of our “Ecological data analysis with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Python for GIS” workshop, held in February 2020. At Econumerics, we certainly enjoyed organizing every aspect of this course, and feel honoured by the [...]
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Register here: (https://members.asnevents.com.au/register/event/1692) Why GIS and Python Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are frameworks for capturing, storing, sharing, visualising, querying, and analysing data. GIS harness the power of statistics, remote sensing, informatics, and programming, to examine and visualise spatial relationships within and between objects and events. [...]
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Our most heartfelt thanks to all participants for making the MEcoStat workshop a success, and for providing constructive comments and suggestions. We are stoked about the great feedback received. Special thanks also go to A/Prof Nicola Armstrong for making MEcoStat possible, by drawing up and delivering […]

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If you couldn't attend MEcoStat in Feb 2019, please express your interest in MEcoStat 2, by sending us a mail with the following info: First Name Last Name Affiliation Department/Group/Lab Email Phone number Position Course (Students only) R-level Stats level Learning goals Preferred dates   The MEcoStat [...]
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The workshop. The application of multivariate statistical analyses is a consistent feature in microbial ecology and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)-based microbiome research. Although rapid progresses have been made in software for computational analysis, there is still a high risk of obtaining wrong statistical results, misinterpreting [...]
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