19 Apr module 22: understanding fundamental statistical concepts: points of significance
- module 22: understanding fundamental statistical concepts: points of significance
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thu 19/09: 9.30 am - 5.00 pm | S9 room 3.1
Are you concerned about how reproducible your data derived results will be? Have you seen statistics in a class but want to dig deeper? Are you using a statistical method but wonder if it is the best one to use? This course will present some points of significance with respect to basic statistical methods.
- Importance of being uncertain
- Error Bars
- Data Visualisation
- Data Transformations
- Handling Missing data: The basics
No prerequisites are required.
Dr. Emmanuel Abatih is a post-doctoral research fellow at Ghent University and he works as the FLAMES coordinator for UGent and as a statistical consultant for FIRE. He obtained a PhD in Life Sciences in 2008 at the University of Copenhagen on the topic: “Assessment of the impact of the non-human use of Antimicrobial Agents on the Selection, Transmission and Distribution of Antimicrobial Resistant Bacteria” . He worked for the Institute of Tropical Medicine (ITM) in Antwerp, as a post doc assistant on topics including: space-time analysis, diagnostic test evluation, transmission dynamic modeling and risk analysis. He served as a statistical consultant for the TB, Malaria and Parasitology units of the ITM. He has supervised/co-supervised over 30 masters and 7 PhD students. He has experience with R, python, SATSCAN, SAS and STATA.
Venue: University of Ghent
Venue Phone: +32 9 264 52 39
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