This five-day course will take place in November 2021 (November 3, 4, 10, 17, 24) , 14:00-17:30h.
The course will take place at Computer Room (CIP) of the Department of Medical Statistics, Humboldtallee 32, ground floor
The course is given by Dr. Christian Röver (email@example.com)
This course is a 5-day introduction to the fundamental statistical concepts used in the analysis of experiments in the life sciences. The course covers the following topics:
data import, measurement levels basic summary statistics basic graphics
probabilities, distributions, densities, quantiles, expectation, location/scale parameters, normal distribution
estimation, confidence intervals, hypotheses, distribution parameters, decisions, errors, test, power, sample size, nonparametric tests
- Correlation and regression:
bivariate data, linear regression, least-squares, correlation, generalized linear regression
- Advanced topics:
nonlinear regression, multivariate regression, main effects, interactions, random effects, ANOVA
The course will be taking place in an online format.