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Journal articles / Cikkek

 

Lang Z, Rózsa L, Reiczigel J 2017. Comparison of measures of crowding, group size and diversity. Ecosphere – in press

Reiczigel J, Rózsa L 2017. Do small samples underestimate mean abundance? It depends on what type of bias we consider. Folia Parasitologica – in press

Harnos A, Lang Z, Petrás D, Bush SE, Szabó K, Rózsa L 2017. Size matters for lice on birds: coevolutionary allometry of host and parasite body size. Evolution 71(2): 421–431.

Reiczigel J,  Mejía Salazar MF, Bollinger TK, Rózsa L 2015. Comparing radio-tracking and visual detection methods to quantify group size measures. European Journal of Ecology 1(2): 1–4.

 Reiczigel J, Lang Z, Rózsa L, Tóthmérész B 2008. Measures of sociality: two different views of group size. Animal Behaviour 75: 715–721.

 Reiczigel J, Lang Z, Rózsa L, Tóthmérész B 2005. Properties of crowding indices and statistical tools to analyze crowding data. Journal of Parasitology 91: 245–252.

 Reiczigel J, Zakariás I, Rózsa L 2005. A bootstrap test of stochastic equality of two populations. The American Statistician 59: 156–161.

 Reiczigel J, Rózsa L, Zakarias I 2003. Bootstrap Wilcoxon-Mann-Whitney test for use in relation with non-shift alternatives. Controlled Clinical Trials 24: 291., Suppl. 3.

 Rózsa L, Reiczigel J, Majoros G 2000. Quantifying parasites in samples of hosts. Journal of Parasitology 86: 228–232.

 

Software / Szoftver

Reiczigel J, Rózsa L, Reiczigel A 2013. Quantitative Parasitology on the Web 1.0. Budapest, Hungary

Reiczigel J, Rózsa L 2007. Flocker 1.1. Budapest, Hungary

Reiczigel J, Rózsa L 2005. Quantitative Parasitology 3.0. Budapest, Hungary

 

Miscellany / Tudományos élet, oktatás, ismeretterjesztés stb.

 Rózsa L 2005. Az adatok jelentésének túlbecsülése – egy gyakori tévedés a hazai humán viselkedéstudományokban. Magyar Epidemiológia 2: 307–309.   (válaszcikkel)

 

 

 

Statistics offer new methods to describe and compare complex biological features like parasite burden or group size.

  

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