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Statistics: A Review

September 6 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

TBD

A one-day, intensive review of common statistical methods of design, measurement analysis and presentation of scientific investigations.  The workshop is designed for any scholar engaged in quantitative research. Statistics: A Review discusses answers to the following questions:

  • What should we measure?
  • What are the main design types; what are the comparative advantages of each?
  • How are the sample sizes determined?
  • What are the appropriate inference procedures?
  • What do standard error, p-value and confidence level mean?
  • What are some dangers we need to avoid?
  • How should we display our results?
  • What are the statistical software options?

 

Details

Date:
September 6
Time:
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Venue

TBD
Ann Arbor, MI United States

Other

Prerequisite
This workshop presumes at least one course in statistics, even if several years ago.
Class size
24 participants
U-M Affiliated Fee
$189
Not U-M Affiliated Fee
$420
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Presenters
Ed Rothman has been a professor in the department of Statistics at the University of Michigan since 1969. He has extensive experience as a statistical consultant in studies both on and off campus. Brenda Gillespie is the Associate Director of CSCAR and Assistant professor in the Department of Biostatistics at the University of Michigan. She has extensive experience as a statistical consultant, and specializes in ANOVA, survival analysis, design of experiments, and clinical trials. Corey Powell is a Statistical Consultant at CSCAR.