Feeling competent in statistics is an important part of a healthy experience in graduate school. This second workshop of a two-part series will continue to build you up and help you to feel ready for success in statistics. Topics include: philosophy of research methodology; statistical models; sample size, power, confidence, and effect size; hypothesis testing; independent samples t-test; and the general linear model. You will leave knowing that confidence and power are basic parts of statistical inference, so you will have no doubts about your confidence and power!
Presented by: Jay Raadt, Genea Stewart, Lee Bedford, and Mehri Mirzaeirafe; UNT Office of Research Consulting (ORC)
Event Date: Thursday, October 17th
Event Time: 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
Event Location: Willis
PREP Stage: Planning and Resilience (early, middle, and late)
Cannot make it to campus? Please, email Grad.Workshop@unt.edu for live Streaming option. You will have access to the PowerPoint (if available) and can ask questions to our presenters.