Statistical Thinking (Workshop C)
Participate in our online course from your home or office. All you need is a computer with internet access and audio to participate in our live and interactive online course.
In this course, we will discuss fundamental considerations in planning a study as well as analyzing your data and interpreting statistical results. How will the study design affect data analysis? Why could two studies investigate the same research question yield different results? Which results are more important than others, and what should you take into account when you want to draw conclusions from statistical results? We will answer these questions using some real-life data from medical, economic and sociological studies.
The structure of the course includes the presentation of the content over approx. 3 hours (plus break) and an interactive question session at the end. Any questions that arise are discussed live with the statistic experts.
This course is conducted on English without any specific software requirements. Some software programs will be mentioned (e.g. g*Power and IBM SPSS Statistics) but won’t be discussed in detail.
- Study design
- Sample size and power calculations using g*Power
- Effect size and p-value (significance)
- The use of meta-analysis (combine data from multiple studies)
- Parametric vs nonparametric data analysis
- How to interpret statistical results
|Event date||11. May 2020, 10:00|
|Event End Date||11. May 2020, 14:30|
|Cut off date||30. Apr 2020, 10:00|
|Individual Price||300 EUR + tax|