Honors in Mathematics
Date of Award
Thesis Professor Department
Mathematics and Statistics
Karl H. Joplin, Xuefeng Liu
Experiments to learn about the effect of light, sex, and diet on the activity of flies generate great quantities of data that is necessary to analyze. Since different researches and students participate in the analysis of those experiments, it is convenient to have a methodology to analyze the experimental data using software so that the data can be analyzed in a uniform way. Being a double major in mathematics and biology, I am interested in:
- Deciding which statistical procedure to use to analyze the data so that the research questions of the researchers in biology are answered.
- To recommend how to implement those procedures using software in an efficient way.
- To write a prototype for the interpretation of the results.
Honors Thesis - Open Access
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Wang, Ruoying, "A Methodology for the Analysis of Fly Activity Data." (2012). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 132. http://dc.etsu.edu/honors/132
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