Summary of RET's methodology ca. 2000 - unrefereed publication in Italian (Tulloss, 2000b), here in the original English. [ PDF, approx. 320 KB ] open
Of some historical value: Unrefereed publication from the Great Smoky Mtns. fungal ATBI "Butterflies of the Soil" project (prepared in 1999 by RET et al.) [ PDF, 441 KB ] open
Getting more from your spore data - Graphical and simple arithmetic methods of analyzing your spore data, comparing the spore size and shape of multiple taxa, evaluating the reliability of spore measurements from a single specimen (without knowledge of the taxon to which it belongs), etc.
Record your spore measurements in an upside down bargraph. - "And I benefit from this exactly how?" (here)
Writing a range for length, width, Q, etc. - Use a standard method that supports the use of sporographs. (here)
Mean, median, and mode - Remember these from high school algrebra? If you are old enough, you were probably never taught the second and third unless you took Statistics. Even if you do recognize all three terms and remember their meanings, have you used them to analyze spore measurements from a single specimen? from many specimens? (t.b.d.)
Getting started with sporographs - basics of learning to draw one.
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