Practical guides : Statistics for Biologists: sweetteascience:
A collection of articles from the publisher of Nature that discusses statistical issues biologists should be aware of and provides practical advice to improve the statistical rigor of their work.Check it out! My two favs together in one place. A bunch of these were written by Naomi Altman, a professor in my department.
ScienceSupport more videos like this at patreon.com/rebecca! Sorta transcript: Mike Cernovich is man currently famous for being one of the loudest and proudest voices of #Gamergate, the movement to terrorize ...(Read more...)
theolduvaigorge:Trauma X-ray - Lower limbfrom Radiology Mastercourse"Fractures and dislocations of the forefoot (metatarsals and phalanges) are usually straightforward to identify, so long as the potentially injured bone is fully visible in 2 planes. The contour of the bone cortex of all bones must be checked carefully.Standard views:Dorsal-Plantar (DP) and Oblique - are standard projections of the forefoot. If only a phalangeal fracture is suspected then DP and oblique views of the toe(s)
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thanks! some of my favorites (in no particular order):
If you guys have any to add, go for it!
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