Projects for Scientific Computing Scholars – Beachy Lab

But in the real world, there are distributions that have more than one group. We use this approach to help us think about the number of size groups in a population of an amphibian. In some cases, these distributions are really limited by the number of individual observations. For example, how many groups are in this distribution? We think that there might be three, but we do not have a statistical approach to this question.

Questions can be directed to christopher.beachy@selu.edu

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