LISTSERV mailing list manager LISTSERV 15.5

Help for FISH-SCI Archives

FISH-SCI Archives

FISH-SCI Archives


Next Message | Previous Message
Next in Topic | Previous in Topic
Next by Same Author | Previous by Same Author
Chronologically | Most Recent First
Proportional Font | Monospaced Font


Join or Leave FISH-SCI
Reply | Post New Message
Search Archives

Subject: Last Call For Participants: Online Course - An Introduction to Basic Statistics for Biologists using R - 17th to 20th January 2022
From: GIS In Ecology <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Wed, 5 Jan 2022 11:19:09 +0000

text/plain (118 lines)

><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>
<><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><

This is the last call for participants for our online course titled 'An 
Introduction to Basic Statistics for Biologists using R' that we will be 
running between the 17th and 20th of January 2022. to book a place on it 
click on the link below, or email us at [log in to unmask] 

An Introduction to Basic Statistics for Biologists using R - 17th to 
20th January 2022

We will be running an instructor-led online course in January 2022 based 
around our latest book, _An Introduction to Basic Statistics for 
Biologists using R_. It will be held over Zoom video-conferencing and 
will provide all the practical knowledge and experience you need to get 
started with analysing biological data using R. As a result, no previous 
experience with R or statistical analysis is required to do this course.

It will run from the 17th and the 20th of January 2022. The course will 
consist of four three-hour sessions, and one session will need to be 
completed each day. However, you will have a choice of completing it 
between 10:00 and 13:00 UK Time (primarily for those living in Europe, 
Asia and Africa) or 18:00 to 21:00 UK Time (primarily for those living 
in North and South America). This choice of time slots for each session 
allows participants from as wide a range of time zones to participate in 
the course.

Attendance will be limited to a maximum of 24 people per session. The 
fees for this course are GBP 250 per person (with a discounted rate of 
GBP 195 for students, the unwaged and those working for registered 
charities). To book a place, or for more information, you can either 
email us at [log in to unmask] or click on the link below.

About the Course:

This is a practical course and it is aimed at anyone who wishes to learn 
how to carry out basic data processing and statistical analyses on 
biological data using R. This includes importing data sets into R, 
error-checking and processing them to prepare them for analysis, 
calculating basic summary statistics, creating graphs, assessing and 
transforming their distributions, and running statistical tests such as 
Shapiro-Wilk tests, t-tests, Mann-Whitney U tests, paired t-tests, 
Wilcoxon Matched Pairs tests, F-tests for equality of variance, Levene's 
tests, ANOVAs, Kruskal-Walis tests, chi-squared tests, correlations and 
linear regressions. It will also cover how to use R, how to work out how 
to do things for yourself in R and how to create annotated R script 
archives of what you have done.

Each session will consist of a series of background talk covering 
specific topics (more details are provided below), followed by related 
practical exercises based on instructions from An Introduction to Basic 
Statistics for Biologists using R. As a result, all participants will 
receive a free copy of this book shipped to their address in advance of 
the start of the course. While you are encouraged to remain online 
during the practical sessions, you can choose to go off-line as you work 
though the exercises (or if you need to take a break). However, if you 
have any questions, the course instructor will be available throughout 
the course for you to ask any questions you wish at any point.

This course will be hosted by Dr Ross MacLeod, one of the authors of _An 
Introduction to Basic Statistics for Biologists using R_.

At the end of the course, all attendees will receive a certificate of 
attendance and completion. Each certificate is embossed with the GIS In 
Ecology official stamp to prevent its fraudulent reproduction. In 
addition, each certificate has its own unique identification number that 
we will record, along with your name, meaning that we can verify the 
authenticity of the certificates we issue (and the course you have 
completed) on request.

GIS IN ECOLOGY - Providing Training, Advice And Consultancy On The Use 
Of GIS In Ecology

Web: [2] Email: [log in to unmask]

Need to ask a question about using GIS? Try the GIS In Ecology Forum: [3]

Books From GIS In Ecology Staff:

GIS For Biologists: A Practical Introduction For Undergraduates; RRP: 
An Introduction To Integrating QGIS And R For Spatial Analysis; RRP: 
An Introduction To Species Distribution Modelling (SDM) Using QGIS And 
R; RRP: £19:99

If you wish to purchase these books, visit:

To help the environment, please do not print out this email unless it is 


><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>  ><>
For information, send INFO FISH-SCI to [log in to unmask]

                   The FISH-SCI List Archive

     To cancel your subscription, send a blank message to:
           [log in to unmask]
<><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><  <><

Back to: Top of Message | Previous Page | Main FISH-SCI Page



CataList Email List Search Powered by the LISTSERV Email List Manager