Robert Cope


Lecturer, Biological Data Science Institute

Dr Robert Cope is an applied mathematician and data scientist with experience applying mathematical and statistical tools across a range of biological problems. He completed his PhD at the University of Queensland in 2014, working on the population genetics of dugongs. Subsequently he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Adelaide working on biosecurity risk analysis and mathematical epidemiology; and then a Lecturer in Applied Mathematics (also at Adelaide). His main interest is in stochastic modelling and Bayesian inference applied to any biological application.


Escape from Excel: Data Wrangling and Visualisation in the Health and Environmental Sciences using R

This micro-credential includes one synchronous session to be held at 9.30am - 4.30pm on 26 May. Description  Producing attractive, informative data visualisations is critical to the effective comm...

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