Intermediate/Refresher Course in Statistics
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This course is aimed at those who wish to improve their competence and confidence in analysing data from surveys and experiments. You are encouraged to bring your own data for discussion/analysis.
The topics covered in this course are hypothesis testing (as a refresher), regression (as a refresher), measures of association between variables (e.g. phi, gamma, Cramer’s V, correlation), two and multi-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) including interactions, power calculations for sample size determination. These topics will be demonstrated using SPSS.
See our full range of courses at http://go.herts.ac.uk/sscu or contact the course organiser, Dr Neil Spencer, on 01707 285529, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why choose this course?
This course is about a range of popular statistical techniques. It can be a refresher for those who have learned Statistics some time ago or intermediate course for those who need to learn statistical techniques in a way that goes beyond the basics.
Prior knowledge of fundamental aspects of Statistics such as mean, standard deviation and confidence intervals is essential along with previous exposure to hypothesis testing and regression (although these latter two topics will be reviewed in the refresher part of the course).
Dates can be organised if an organisation have a group of people wanting to take this course.