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Interpreting statistical data from the literature

The aim of this workshop is to help students to interpret the statistics they see in the literature as this is a skill student’s need for writing literature reviews and for conducting their own experimental research. The meaning of key statistical terminology will be discussed and students will be given an understanding of the research process from formulating a question to interpreting the results. This will help students to critique the statistics they read. This session will be useful to students: · who need to critique literature containing statistics for their assignment or dissertation · who will be conducting their own research with statistics as part of their dissertation.

ALL WORKSHOPS WILL BE DELIVERED ONLINE. THE TYPE OF DELIVERY WILL DIFFER AND CAN INCLUDE PRE-RECORDED RESOURCES OR LIVE ONLINE SESSIONS. PLEASE SIGN UP FOR A SESSION AND THE PRESENTER WILL EMAIL YOU  THE DAY BEFORE YOUR SESSION TO EXPLAIN THE FORMAT OF SUPPORT OFFERED

Date:
Tuesday, 2nd June 2020
Time:
15:00 - 16:00
Location:
ONLINE (web-based session)
Audience:
  Student Session  
Categories:
  Dissertations/projects; research methods     Statistics  
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Chetna Patel
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