- There will be also ample opportunity to bring your own data and get advice of experienced statisticians. The course will be highly interactive as it will contain a combination of interactive lectures, work groups, discussions and computer practice.
- The Molecules, Mice and Math - A Statistical Toolbox for the Lab programme is offered at the Radboud University.
- During computer practice real data from animal studies, cell-line data, immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, etc. will be used to get familiar with the methods, the interpretation, and the visualization of the outcome of the analysis. We will make use of SPSS or R for the analysis. We will also briefly discuss the information you should provide in the method section of a scientific paper.
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We will discuss a range of different topics related to in vivo and in vitro laboratory experiments:
- How can I make a smart and efficient design for my experiment?
- What types of data will I encounter and what is the appropriate statistical analysis?
- Can I do a statistical analysis that increases the probability that I will have significant results?
- How can I determine the sample size for my experiment?
- What to do with outliers?
- How to handle variation ?
- How to visualise your data for publication?
This course is especially designed for biomedical scientists that do laboratory experiments and small scale animal studies. It will be extremely valuable for PhD students, but certainly also for master students that are planning to continue doing research in the laboratory.
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We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Basic knowledge of statistics, bachelor level. T-test, ANOVA, Regression analysis. Basic level of SPSS or R is recommended.
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International885 EUR/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 885 EUR for the full programme during 5 days.
EU/EEA885 EUR/fullTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 885 EUR for the full programme during 5 days.
Early bird fee: € 664 / € 797 deadline early bird: 1 March 2021
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