Training

Each year training workshops will be developed in collaboration with the Graduate Research School’s RED team program. Training will include experimental design, quantitative methods and statistical analysis.

Please check the RED program for other courses.

2021 Sessions
DateSession titleCampusBooking
Open

Statistical Analysis Using SPSS

A one hour introductory tutorial which guides users through the basics of SPSS.

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April 15-16Learn to Program: Python

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April 22-23Collecting Web Data

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April 23

Statistical Comparisons using R

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May 6-7

Excel for Researchers

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May 10SPSS: IntroductionOnlineBook here
May 13

Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

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May 17SPSS 2: Introduction to statistical techniques to compare groupsOnlineBook here
May 20

Longitudinal Trials with REDCap

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May 24SPSS 3: Statistical techniques to explore relationships between variablesOnlineBook here
May 25Exploring and Predicting Using Linear RegressionOnlineBook here
June 3-4

Learn to Program: R

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June 10-11

Data Manipulation and Visualisation with R

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June 17-18

Learn to Program: Python

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July 1-2

Data Manipulation and Visualisation in Python

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July 14Start Coding without Hesitation - Programming Languages ShowdownOnlineTBC
July 20-21

Excel for Researchers

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July 22-23

Learn to Program: R

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TBCBasic Statistics with R

Learn a simple yet powerful way to design and carry out statistical analyses in R - like a real statistician! This three half day workshop introduces statistical concepts in a non-technical way and emphasises their practical application in R. The workshop will provide plenty of opportunities to gain hands-on experience and access support from our expert statisticians.
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TBCIntermediate Statistics with R: Regression Analysis

The thrilling sequel to the extremely popular 'Basic Statistics with R' takes statistics to the next level! Amanda shakes it up in this three half day workshop introducing various types of regression models in a non-technical way and demonstrates their practical application in R. The workshop will provide plenty of opportunities to gain hands-on experience and access support from our expert statisticians.
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Introductory Statistics Online

This six week online course introduces students to the basics of applied statistics used in disciplines including psychology, biology, medicine, health, engineering, business, sociology and the arts. The three main areas of study are descriptive statistics, probability distributions and statistical inference.

The SPSS statistical computing package is an integral part of the course.

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Basic Statistics with Stata

Learn a simple yet powerful way to design and carry out analyses in STATA.

This workshop introduces statistical concepts in a non-technical way and emphasises their practical application in STATA. Participants will have plenty of opportunities to gain hands-on experience and access in-class support.

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Sample Size Calculation Workshop
Using free software for sample size and statistical power calculations

G*Power is a free statistical software package for power and sample size analysis. It offers point-and-click functionality and covers a wide variety of statistical tests.

The workshop includes concepts of statistical power and relevant statistical tests presented in a non-technical way. Designed to be hands-on, the workshop focuses on the practical application of statistical methods.

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