Increase your skills this December’s vacation. Take an online, interactive Statistics Class.

Discussion in 'Statistics' started by statistician, Nov 24, 2011.

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    The A through Z of Error Free Research.
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    Analyzing Large Numbers of Variables—Microarrays, EEG's, MRI's fMRI's. This four-week course will show you
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    Meta-Analysis Using R. Three lessons in
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    packages "rmeta" and "meta" will be introduced for the step-by-step
    implementation with "forest" and "funnel" plots. $229 per

    Introduction to R. Three lessons in
    three weeks. R has more functions than any other statistics language,
    plus a world-wide user base. $185.

    Clinical Trial Analysis Using R.
    Three lessons in three weeks. Use R to analyze treatment comparison,
    treatment comparison with covariates, cross-over designs, time-to-
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    ($259 for each additional person at the same firm, institution or
    government office.)

    Manager's Guide to Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials. Four lessons in four weeks. Begins.
    $295 per participant. ($250 for each additional person at the same
    firm, institution or government office. $250 for those with an
    academic or institutional email address.)

    All courses begin December 16th 2011. Early Bird discount of $35 per
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    statistician, Nov 24, 2011
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