Daniele Iacomoni

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Type I and Type II Errors

Three-day Intensive Workshop on Bayesian Statistical Modeling

Three-day Workshop on Introduction to Bayesian Statistical Modeling Dr. Roy Levy (Associate Professor, Arizona State University) Overview of Workshop The three-day workshop is intended as a theoretical and practical introduction to Bayesian statistical modeling. Both practically and philosophically, the Bayesian approach to modeling departs from traditional frequentist methods that constitute the majority of statistical training. …

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How SPSS Works?

Statistical software you can use to enter, manipulate and analyze data.

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We offer a variety of training sessions, workshops, and seminars are provided on current methodological issues, such as statistical techniques, issues associated with causal inference, and statistical software.

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The Statistical Supporting Unit (STATS-U) is a part of the Dunspaugh-Dalton Community and Educational Well-Being Research Center (CEW) at the School of Education and Human Development (SEHD). Our aim is to support research and provide quantiative and qualitative research¬†training, grant development, consultation on quantitative and qualitative research methods for faculty, staff, and graduate students at …

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