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.

OnlineAccess here
October 18 - 26 November

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.

OnlineBook here
October 27

Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

Application is by expression of interest.

OnlineApply here
November 4-5

Excel for Researchers

Application is by expression of interest.

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November 9

Constructing experimental design with the edibble R-package

OnlineBook here
November 11Visualising experimental designs with the edibble and deggust R-packagesOnlineBook here
November 16Linear mixed models for agricultural researchers with ASReml-ROnlineBook here
November 18Estimating parameters by frequentist and Bayesian approachesOnlineBook here
November 23MCMC methods for sampling posterior distributionsOnlineBook here
November 23

Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

Application is by expression of interest.

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November 25

Longitudinal Trials with REDCap

Application is by expression of interest.

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November 25Approximate Bayesian computationOnlineBook here
November 25-26

Basic Statistics with R

Learn a simple yet powerful way to design and carry out statistical analyses in R - like a real statistician! This two 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.

OnlineBook here
November 30Genomic prediction with Bayesian methodsOnlineBook here
November 30-December 1 

Excel for Researchers

Application is by expression of interest.

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December 2The causes and consequences of non-normal distributions in parasitologyOnlineBook here
December 7Learning sparse log-ratios for high-throughput sequencing dataOnlineBook here
December 8Understanding and analysis of proteomic dataOnlineBook here
December 8

Data Capture and Surveys with REDCap

Application is by expression of interest.

OnlineApply here
December 9

Longitudinal Trials with REDCap

Application is by expression of interest.

OnlineApply here
December 9An introduction to meta-analysis with applications in ROnlineBook here
December 10Application of Machine Learning in Agriculture and Livestock ProductionOnlineBook here