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Daniel Noble
Senior Lecturer (Assistant Prof), The Australian National University
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Meta-evaluation of meta-analysis: ten appraisal questions for biologists
S Nakagawa, DWA Noble, AM Senior, M Lagisz
BMC Biology 15 (1), 18, 2017
2692017
Unisexual salamanders (genus Ambystoma) present a new reproductive mode for eukaryotes
JP Bogart, K Bi, J Fu, DWA Noble, J Niedzwiecki
Genome 50 (2), 119-136, 2007
1632007
Developmental temperatures and phenotypic plasticity in reptiles: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
DWA Noble, V Stenhouse, LE Schwanz
Biological Reviews 93, 72–79, 2018
1522018
Non‐independence and sensitivity analyses in ecological and evolutionary meta‐analyses
DWA Noble, M Lagisz, RE O'Dea, S Nakagawa
Molecular Ecology 26, 2410-2425, 2017
1252017
Sex and boldness explain individual differences in spatial learning in a lizard
P Carazo, DWA Noble, D Chandrasoma, MJ Whiting
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1782), 20133275, 2014
1252014
The role of non-genetic inheritance in evolutionary rescue: epigenetic buffering, heritable bet hedging and epigenetic traps
RE O’Dea, DWA Noble, SL Johnson, D Hesselson, S Nakagawa
Environmental Epigenetics 2 (1), dvv014, 2016
902016
Research weaving: visualizing the future of research synthesis
S Nakagawa, G Samarasinghe, NR Haddaway, MJ Westgate, RE O’Dea, ...
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34 (3), 224-238, 2019
852019
Reproducible, flexible and high throughput data extraction from primary literature: The metaDigitise R package
JL Pick, S Nakagawa, DWA Noble
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 10, 426-431, 2019
782019
Age-dependent social learning in a lizard
DWA Noble, RW Byrne, MJ Whiting
Biology Letters 10 (7), 20140430, 2014
782014
Colour discrimination and associative learning in hatchling lizards incubated at ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ temperatures
BF Clark, JJ Amiel, R Shine, DWA Noble, MJ Whiting
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (2), 239-247, 2014
662014
Learning outdoors: male lizards show flexible spatial learning under semi-natural conditions
DWA Noble, P Carazo, MJ Whiting
Biology Letters 8 (6), 946-948, 2012
642012
Plastic responses to novel environments are biased towards phenotype dimensions with high additive genetic variation
DWA Noble, R Radersma, T Uller
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 116, 13452–13461, 2019
582019
Patterns of developmental plasticity in response to incubation temperature in reptiles
GM While, DWA Noble, T Uller, DA Warner, JL Riley, WG Du, LE Schwanz
Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative …, 2018
542018
Preferred reporting items for systematic reviews and meta‐analyses in ecology and evolutionary biology: a PRISMA extension
RE O'Dea, M Lagisz, MD Jennions, J Koricheva, DWA Noble, TH Parker, ...
Biological Reviews 96, 1695-1722, 2021
502021
Sex in unisexual salamanders: discovery of a new sperm donor with ancient affinities
JP Bogart, J Bartoszek, DWA Noble, K Bi
Heredity 103 (6), 483-493, 2009
502009
The Orchard Plot: Cultivating forest plots for use in ecology, evolution and beyond
S Nakagawa, M Lagisz, RE O'Dea, J Rutkowska, Y Yang, DWA Noble, ...
Research Synthesis Methods 12, 4-12, 2021
472021
Multiple mating in a lizard increases fecundity but provides no evidence for genetic benefits
DWA Noble, JS Keogh, MJ Whiting
Behavioral Ecology 24 (5), 1128-1137, 2013
452013
Reproducible research in the study of biological coloration
TE White, RL Dalrymple, DWA Noble, JC O’Hanlon, DB Zurek, ...
Animal Behaviour 106 (5), 1e57, 2015
442015
Behavioral and morphological traits interact to promote the evolution of alternative reproductive tactics in a lizard
DWA Noble, K Wechmann, JS Keogh, MJ Whiting
The American Naturalist 182 (6), 726-742, 2013
412013
Integrating mitochondrial aerobic metabolism into ecology and evolution
RE Koch, KL Buchanan, S Casagrande, O Crino, DK Dowling, GE Hill, ...
Trends in Ecology and Evolution 36 (4), 321-332, 2021
402021
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