I now have four online courses running at the Center for Wildlife Studies:
Sampling and Experimental Design This course provides a thorough overview of the principles and techniques that are vital for designing a good research study, both observational and experimental.
Generalised Linear Models This course provides an introduction to a large class of statistical models that are useful in ecology, including models for normal data, proportions and counts. There is emphasis on both understanding the theory and using the methods in RStudio.
Bayesian Statistics in Ecology This course provides an introduction to Bayesian data analysis. There is an emphasis on the flexibility this provides in the types of models that can be used, and plenty of hands-on experience using rjags in RStudio.
Model Averaging in Ecology This course is based on my book and provides an up-to-date overview of the topic, from both the Bayesian and frequentist perspective, including methods such as bagging and stacking. There is emphasis on both understanding the theory and using the methods in RStudio.