Grace, Jon, and Jeff jump right into the fray this week to talk about a recent, divisive article in Nature Ecology and Evolution about the papers every ecologist should be reading.
"100 Articles Every Ecologist Should Read" - Courchamp and Bradshaw, Nature Ecology and Evolution
A more inclusive list - 500 Women Scientists and Kelly Sierra Ramirez
GitHub Repo for the article w/ additional data and analysis - CJ Bradshaw
"Stanger Things (Title Sequence)" - Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein
"100 Years From Now" - Wilco (Gram Parsons Cover)
Grace, Jon, and Jeff do the inaugural impact factor draft, which is really an excuse to talk about the landscape of ecological journals, past, present, and future. The gang also discuss statistical simplicity and the gypsy moth round-up (not the actual name).
Statistics in Excel, and when Results sections are "too short" - Stephen Heard, Scientist Sees Squirrel
Taking statistical machismo back out of twitter bellicosity - Brian McGill, Dynamic Ecology
Data Illuminate a Mountain of Molehills Facing Women Scientists - Julia Rosen, EOS
"Wait Your Turn" - Rihanna
"Brace for Impact (Live a Little)" - Sturgill Simpson