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Statistics for Biologists: real world examples (2nd date)

Friday July 03, 2009


During this workshop, concrete problems will be analyzed and statistical methods relevant for their analysis will be investigated. Topics such as appropriate statistical methods for experimental design, exploratory analysis, graphics, statistical analysis and presentation of the results will be discussed in detail.
For this workshop, we will look at the basic statistical methods that are most widely used. Other workshops can potentially be organized later for more advanced or more specialized problems.

Requirements:
No prior knowledge is required.

 

Teacher:
Frédéric Schütz (SIB)

 

Location:
reading room of the Genopode Building (Quartier Sorge, 1015 Dorigny)

 

 

Time Topic Speakers
09h00 -12h00 Statistics for Biologists: real world examples
(part I)
F. Schütz
13h00 - 16h00 Statistics for Biologists: real world examples
(part II)

 

F. Schütz
13h00 - 16h00 Exam F. Schütz

 

Registration is closed


Participants:

(14 submissions)

Status Firstname Lastname Departement
PhD student
Monica
Albarca Aguilera
CIG/Herr
PhD student
Alessandro
Annibaldi
Physiology/Widmann
PhD student
Saidou
Balam
Biochimie, groupe Pr Corradin
PhD student
David
Barras
DBCM
Post-doc
Vidhya
Jagannathan
DEE/Prof. Marc Robinson Rechavi
Adamandia
Kapopoulou
EPFL/SV/GHI/UPCOL
PhD student
Hadi
Khalil
Cell biology and morphology
Post-doc
Noureddine
Loukili
Soins Intensifs CHUV/Lucas Liaudet
PhD student
Daniel
Pouly
Pharmacology & Toxicology
Post-doc
Viviane
Praz
Herr/Hernandez
PhD student
Simone
Ragusa
CEPO Centre Pluridisciplinarie d'Oncologie, ISREC Epalinges
PhD student
Olivier
Rubin
FBM / Service de Transfusion
PhD student
Luca
Santuari
UNIL-DBMV Hardtke Lab
PhD student
Jean-jacques
Vitagliano
DPT / Groupe Olivier Staub

 

 

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