Might be of interest.
Deepak C K.
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From: Tehlu Singh <threatenedspecies019@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 1:03 PM
Subject: An online foundation course on " Use of Statistics in Ecological
To: <meet.yeti@xxxxxxxxx>, <meetyeti@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Dear team Yeti,
My name is Tehlu Singh. I am a graduate student at Simon Fraser University,
Canada, working as a freelancer. I am conducting an online foundational
course on *"Use of Statistics in Ecological Science"* on *19th January
course is designed to build a basic/intermediate level understanding of
statistics application in ecological/environmental studies so that students
can feel confident while applying statistics in the real world.
The first half of the course will cover topics on sampling design, simple
statistics (Mean, mode, median, standard deviation, confidence interval),
the probability distribution (Normal and binomial). The second part of the
course will focus on forming a hypothesis, experimental design, estimating
sample size using power analysis, and significance tests (t-test,
chi-square test, 1- way, 2- ANOVA, correlation & regression).
The course is open to students (post-secondary) as well as professionals.
The deadline for registration is *30th December 2019. * The course brochure
is attached below for detailed information. Please share it with your
Feel free to ask any further questions.
MSc student (Ecological Restoration)
Simon Fraser University, Canada.
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Online Stat. Course (Jan,020).pdf
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