THE EXERCISEIs to demonstrate critical thinking ability, and skills in relating theory or concepts that we study with phenomena or issues observed outside. Students may be wisely expansive or practical….
Discussion: what do the statistical calculations mean (address the hypothesis)?
For the Tree one:
-Hypotheses (state null & alternate)
-Results (contingency table) for group & class data sets ; followed by any calculations, p values, etc on each.
Discussion: what do the statistical calculations mean (address the hypothesis)? What might explain these results- either ecologically and/or in terms of our methods?
For the Crab one same format, just you don’t have to do a group data set/calculation, it’s all class data set.