Date, venue and booking
This introductory session to the new Maths & Statistics Seminar Series will discuss the role of statistics in research from the framing of the initial research objectives through the design of the research programme, data collection, inference and analysis to the publication of results. Particular attention will be paid to the context of research and how this determines the appropriateness (or inappropriateness) of particular techniques. In this introductory seminar and discussion we will not enter into details of any particular technique but consider more generally why – and how – statistical thinking can benefit your research.
Who is it for?
This introductory session, and the ongoing series is open to Research Assistants/Post Docs/Research Fellows, etc (ie. all staff doing research).
By the end of the session you will have:
12.00pm - 2.00pm
Room 3, Wolfson Research Exchange
Third floor, Library.
Tea/coffee/water on arrival, plus a bag lunch for your convenience: complete the lunch details on the booking form.