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Statistics Methods: Linear Regression Analysis and Non-Parametric Methods
CHALLENGED BY STATISTICS? HAS IT BEEN YEARS SINCE YOUR “INTRODUCTION TO STATS” COURSE? NEED A REFRESHER SO THAT YOU CAN MOVE FORWARD WITH CONFIDENCE ON YOUR THESIS, DISSERTATION OR IN YOUR PREPARATION FOR COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS?
WE CAN HELP!*
The Graduate Center for Research at WMU Invites ALL Graduate Students to Attend a Working Session on an Overview of Statistical Concepts Workshop
Conducted by Mr. Lincoln Jiang, Doctoral Student, WMU Department of Statistics, and Doctoral Associate, Graduate Center for Research and Retention
Date: Monday, June 24, 2013
Time: 9 a.m. to Noon
Location: Computer Laboratory: Room 1416, College of Health and Human Services
Students will have a renewed understanding of the following:
Please visit the following short Statistical Concepts tutorials below before attending the workshop.
A: Basic Terms
B: Collecting Data
C: Frequency Table
D: Measures of Central Tendency and Variation
E: The Normal Curve , Z Score and Confidence Interval
G: Linear Regression
H: Hypothesis Testing
J: One Way Analysis of Variance
K: Chi-Square Test
L: Presentation of Data
25 seats available. REGISTER ONLINE AT THE FOLLOWING URL :
For additional information, call Dr. Marianne Di Pierro at 387.8249.
PLEASE NOTE: ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD OR DRINK IS PERMITTED IN THE LAB
* This session is designed to review and reinforce your prior learning and is not intended to supplant a formal course in introductory statistics.