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Subject: Stats course in Lithuania
From: "Highland Statistics Ltd." <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Fri, 25 Mar 2005 16:59:36 -0600

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Statistics course: Analysing Biological and Environmental Data
Location: CoRPI, Klaipeda University, Lithuania
Event Type: Training Course
Event Date: 2005-07-11
End Date: 2005-07-15

Event Description:
Analysing Biological and Environmental Data - Using Multivariate Analysis and
Multivariate Time Series Analysis

Full details of this course can be found at:

Highland Statistics Ltd. provides statistics courses at various places in Europe,
South-America, Mexico, Africa and Canada.
These courses are especially designed for biological and environmental scientists.
The aim of the course is to give the participants sufficient statistical knowledge
to apply the appropriate statistical techniques to their data, and give an
interpretation of the results. The course provides:

1. a revision of basic statistics,
2. a working knowledge of techniques which are commonly used in biology,
3. an introduction to recently developed methods,
4. a discussion of practical problems and solutions which cannot be found in
standard statistical textbooks, and
5. hands-on experience through application of the techniques on biological data
sets, using statistical software on a computer.

This course contains four modules, namely (i) data exploration, (ii) multivariate
analysis, (iii) time series analysis and (iv) case studies. The second module
consists of multivariate analysis methods. We discuss various techniques (e.g. CCA,
RDA, db-RDA), and explain when to apply which multivariate technique. In the third
module, various time series methods are used, e.g. common trend analysis and sudden
changes. In the fourth module, course attendants will apply all methods on case
studies and/or their own data sets. The first three modules also contain various
computer exercises.

More information and course details can be downloaded from the leaflet.

More information on similar kind of courses is given on the Brodgar website:

Contact email: [log in to unmask]

Event programme:
Check leaflet or contact organiser.

Collaborators and organisers:
Course organiser:
Dr. Darius Daunys ([log in to unmask]).
Tel.: (+)370 46 398847
Fax: (+)370 46 398845

Website url:

Registration form: contact Dr. Darius Daunys

Dr Alain Zuur
Highland Statistics Ltd.

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