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Short courses in statistics at the University of Hertfordshire

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If you need support in data analysis or want to improve your statistical skills, don’t miss out an interesting opportunity to attend some short courses on statistics at The University of Hertfordshire. There are still places left and the prices are quite affordable. This includes:

  • Courses in statistical data analysis (hypothesis testing/regression/factor analysis, etc.)
  • Courses in creating surveys (questionnaire design, sample size and power)
  • Courses in statistical software (introducing R)

There are also a range of “Pick & Mix” bite-size courses available (visit the link for more details).

Detailed information about the courses are available here 

 

 

Bitesize stats resources for researchers!

Broad_chain_closeupA great selection of links to statistics resources, recommended by UN research students.

If you have any more recommendations in your discipline please email the links to me!

Basic Stats Online Links

http://statpages.org/

How2stats.com

These ‘how to’ videos contain “most” stats tests for social sciences up to advanced level

http://www.youtube.com/user/how2stats?feature=watch

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDT0tjU1TWo  (Factor Analysis) Read the rest of this entry

Do you need 1-1 help with quantitative statistics?

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Jackie Campbell and Roz Phillips are running a one-to-one advanced quantitative statistics clinic on

Thursday, 24 January from 16:30 to 18:30 in Grendon 151, on Park Campus.

Open to all UN PGR students. Bring your own data for personal assistance.
For more information and to book see http://adstatsjan13.eventbrite.co.uk/