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101 Secrets of a Microsoft Excel Addict

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Status of the Observations

To characterize the nucleus rotation state, size, albedo and dust development, in addition to data from the Keck 10 m and Spitzer telescope for albedo and nucleus size measurement and the Hubble Space Telescope for rotation determination. The level of cooperation among planetary colleagues as well as from colleagues outside the field has been excellent. In additional to our formal collaborators, there have been many observers who have given up some large telescope time in order to help out the mission, and they have made a tremendous contribution to our understanding of the nucleus properties. A summary of these runs through 2004 is included in Table V. This Deep Impact database can be queried using a password protected web interface (see Figure 4). The returned data can be sorted on several key parameters, such as date, time, filter, photometry aperture, by telescope, observer or instrument, and returned as either an HTML table, tab-delimited dataset, an excel spreadsheet or CSv file...

The central role of plants as evidence

Sketch Fossil Record

Excel at stratigraphic age determination and correlation. Even though a given source vegetation produces both megafossils and microfossils, the resulting fossil records often contain strikingly different information. Where it is possible to employ both of these major kinds of plant fossils in investigations of the K-T boundary, each group supplements the other in revealing the nature of ancient plant communities and their fate as a consequence of the K-T boundary impact event. Figure 1.2 illustrates some plant megafossils (leaves) and microfossils (pollen) as generalized examples. Figure 1.3 shows an outcrop section that has yielded both plant megafossils and microfossils near and at the K-T boundary, bearing evidence of events that affected plants in latest Cretaceous and earliest Paleocene time.

Gametic disequilibrium under both recombination and natural selection

For those who would like to see the details behind the recombination and natural selection model in Populus, a spreadsheet version of this model is available in Microsoft Excel format. The spreadsheet model will allow you to see all the calculations represented by formulas along with a graph of gametic disequilibrium over time.

The Giant Panda Biomedical Survey how it began and the value of people working together across cultures and disciplines

Man Eaters History

More than 125 cheetahs distributed across 18 institutions throughout the continental USA were offered by zoos for examination. There was a need for a specialist team that could commit substantial time (sometimes consecutive weeks) to travel, collect and interpret data at cheetah-holding facilities. These scientists were required to create standardised protocols and mobile laboratory methods that allowed data to be gathered in a single fashion. Only by using consistent methods would it be possible to compare findings among institutions and across age groups of animals. The scientific team also had to excel at communication, making sure their hosts were comfortable with plans and procedures that would involve risky manipulations of valuable specimens. The survey would only be successful with the full cooperation of the partners - more than 100 scientists, curators, animal care and veterinary personnel who would be required to dedicate serious time to the project while simultaneously...

Problem box answer

Each of the values in the transition matrix is obtained using the binomial formula. The chance that a population at fixation or loss transitions to an allele frequency different than 1 or 0, respectively, is always 0. The chance of transitioning from one to four A alleles is identical to the chance of transitioning from three to no a alleles, since the number of A alleles is four minus the number of a alleles. Using this symmetry permits two columns to be filled out after performing calculations for only one of the columns (see table below). The transition probabilities are a function of the sample size only and so are constant each generation. The total frequency of populations in a given allelic state in the next generation depends on initial frequencies of populations in each state (Pt 0(x)). The expected frequencies of populations in each allelic state therefore changes each generation. This Markov chain model is available as a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet on the textbook website...

Interact box Genetic drift

Hint using a spreadsheet program like Microsoft Excel can speed the calculation of averages for a list of values. Enter the values in columns and then use the average function ( AVERAGE( ) with the range specified in the parentheses, such as C1 C10 to indicate the values of cells 1 through 10 in column C). A wide range of other useful functions is provided under Functions in the Insert menu.

Interact box Build your own coalescent genealogies

Building a few coalescent trees can help you to understand how the exponential distribution is put into practice to estimate coalescence times as well as give you a better sense the random nature of the coalescence process. You can use a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet at the textbook website that has been constructed to calculate the quantities necessary to build a coalescent genealogy. The spreadsheet contains the cumulative exponential distributions for a time interval passing without experiencing a coalescent event (see equation 3.74) for up to six lineages. To determine a coalescence time for a given number of lineages, k, a random number between zero and one is Step 2 Press the recalculate key(s) to generate new sets of random numbers (see Excel help if necessary). Watch the waiting times until coalescence change. What is the average time to coalescence for each value of k How variable are the coalescence times you observe in the spreadsheet when changing the random numbers with the...

Diversity Murders

One sleuth is a long-term breeder of herding dogs and since we're speculating, I take the liberty of choosing Australian shepherds, the best example of herders anyway . This breeder is an Anglo woman from a ranching family of modest means who lives in California's Central Valley not far from Fresno. She has tried hard over four decades, ever since Aussies became institutionalized as a breed, to produce dogs who could herd with matchless skill, win in conformation, excel in obedience and agility sports, and serve as pets with dignity. This woman graduated from high school, is self-educated, very smart, and richly connected in dog worlds, especially in the herding and working dog breeds. Next to herders, livestock guardian dogs have a special place in her heart, and she's informed herself about the population and ecological history of the various LGDs in Europe and Eurasia and their construction as institutionalized breeds in the United States and Europe. She took the side of the...

Delivery of siRNAs

To achieve longer lasting knockdown, plasmid vectors have been designed that afford continuous expression of short hairpin (sh)RNAs, which are intracellularly processed to give siRNAs (Fig. 4 Mittal 2004). The use of plasmid vectors allows for the selection of stably transfected cells that have been shown to exert gene-silencing activity, even 2 months after vector delivery (Brummelkamp et al. 2002). Delivery of plasmid DNA using standard transfection protocols, however, is often unsatisfactory, particularly when primary cells or stem cells are concerned. More efficient uptake can be achieved by exploiting the natural ability of viruses to infect host cells. Oncoviruses, lentiviruses, adenoviruses, and recombinant adeno-associated viruses are the viral classes most often employed as shuttles for delivery of transgenes into cells. An excel-

Cosmic tape measure

During the flights, the CMPs made it a matter of pride to excel in their navigation exercises, even though, in CMP Jim L veU sighting through Ap n 8's most cases, their results were only scanning telescope. meant as a backup in case commu Lovell continued making P23 measurements and checked his resultant state vector once again with P21. Frank Borman informed Mike Collins in Houston of his results. Mike, we ran the latest state vector we have through the P21, and it showed the pericynthion at 69.7 nautical miles. We've got the navigator, par excellence.'' This may have been a gentle dig at Collins, who had originally been CMP on the Apollo 8 crew until he had to withdraw to undergo surgery. Nevertheless, the flight controllers were impressed. You can tell Jim he is getting pretty ham-handed with that P21,'' congratulated Collins. He got a perilune altitude three-tenths of a mile off what we are predicting down here. Apparently, he got 69.7 nautical miles , and the RTCC says 70.'' The...

Eye Shape Measures

Orbital aperture size is estimated by the diameter of the orbital aperture, measured from orbitale inferius to the orbitale superius (Cartmill, 1970). Orbit depth is calculated as the distance from the midpoint of orbitale superius-orbitale inferius chord to the superiormost point along the rim of the optic canal. These measures were extracted using customized macros in Microsoft Excel, from 3D coordinates of points collected using a Microscribe 3DX digitizer (Immersion Corp., San Jose, CA).


The measurement of multilevel calibrated QuantiBRITE fluorescent beads enables the construction of a standard curve for antigen quantification. Using a Microsoft Excel-spreadsheet referring to CellQuest, provided by BD Biosciences, the sample fluorescence measured can be converted into the term ABC as shown in Fig. 1C for the expression of neprilysin CD10 on granulocytes. QuantiCALC (BD Biosciences) is an automated quantitation analysis software, which automatically converts the FL2 axis to PE molecules per cell and reports statistics in PE molecules per cell. Without these tools a manual analysis can be performed

What Is Intelligence

When biologists try to measure the intelligence of animals, they face an almost impossible task. Measuring the IQ of humans in a non-culturally biased way is difficult enough. But if tests on humans are biased, how can we possibly test the intelligence of different animal species How can we factor out the differences in perceptual ability, manipulative ability, temperament, social behavior, motivation and all the other variations between species Does a monkey fail to complete a maze because it is brainless or because it is bored If a cat fails to press a lever that produces a food reward, should we conclude that the cat is stupid or is simply not hungry Does a rat fail an intelligence test because it is dense, or because the test demanded visual discrimination (at which rats are poor) rather than discrimination between smells (at which rats excel) These sorts of questions make it exceptionally difficult to be sure that we are testing an animal's cognitive ability.