# Difference between revisions of "Paul Lewis"

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Note: The PDF files linked below may be from last year; the slides from this year will be made available soon after the corresponding lecture. | Note: The PDF files linked below may be from last year; the slides from this year will be made available soon after the corresponding lecture. | ||

− | Likelihood lecture ( | + | Likelihood lecture (29 July 2014) |

* [http://www.eeb.uconn.edu/people/plewis/downloads/wh2014/Likelihood_WoodsHole_29July2014.pdf Likelihood lecture slides] (83 pages, 5.5 MB, PDF format) | * [http://www.eeb.uconn.edu/people/plewis/downloads/wh2014/Likelihood_WoodsHole_29July2014.pdf Likelihood lecture slides] (83 pages, 5.5 MB, PDF format) | ||

## Revision as of 09:03, 29 July 2014

### Contact Info

E-mail: paul.lewis@uconn.edu

Address: Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut, 75 N. Eagleville Road, Unit 3043, Storrs, CT 06269-3043 U.S.A.

### Duration of Stay

I will be here for the entire course (Sunday, July 27, through noon Wednesday, August 6, 2014)

### Institutional home page

### Lecture Materials

Note: The PDF files linked below may be from last year; the slides from this year will be made available soon after the corresponding lecture.

Likelihood lecture (29 July 2014)

- Likelihood lecture slides (83 pages, 5.5 MB, PDF format)

Here are a few slides that I use to explain how the Poisson probability formula arises (they help explain how the constant e sneaks into the JC69 transition probability formula):

- Poisson slides (7 pages, 516 KB, PDF format)

Bayesian lecture (25 July 2012)

- Bayesian lecture slides (99 pages, 3.1 MB, PDF format)

MCMC Robot used in Bayesian lecture:

- free iOS or Windows app available from the MCMC Robot web site