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Statcourse.com

Online and at Your Site;  Professional Development in Statistics

Our instructors are top experts in their fields, who have published leading books in these fields. Our courses offer a unique opportunity to interact with these experts at your site or on the Internet. Click on any of the links below to get more information about a specific course.

On-Site Course List

Introduction to R.

Resampling Methods

 

On-Line Course List

Beginning Statistics

Clinical Trials

Consulting for Attorneys

Effective Graphics

Introduction to R

Modeling with R

Quality Control

Resampling Methods

Sample Size Determination

Time Series Analysis

 

 

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On-Site Course List

Hands-on workshops at your location. Click on course name for additional information.
Introduction to R. Two Days. Up to 24 students. $5000.
Resampling Methods: Bootstrap, CART, and Permutation. Two Days. Up to 24 students. Tailored to your industry. $5000. 

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On-Line Course List

Interactive On-Line Courses. Participate from office or home at your leisure. Ask questions, discuss difficulties, and make comments via the on-line discussion board. The use of pseudonyms when participating ensures anonymity for the questioner. Click on course name for additional information.

Creating Effective Graphic PresentationsThis 2-week course will show you how to use Excel or R to create more effective graphic presentations.  9 October to 23 October 2009.  $225. If you register before October 1st, you need pay only $195. Government employees, students, faculty and research workers at academic and research institutions are eligible for a further discount of $35. 

Consulting for Attorneys.  This one-week course shows you how to be more effective in providing statistical support for attorneys. Write courses@statcourse.com for additional information.

Statistics for Quality Control.  A must for anyone with QC or PC responsibilities.  Write courses@statcourse.com for additional information.

Time Series Analysis.  Need to forecast part sales, epidemics, or demand for your product?    Write courses@statcourse.com for additional information.

Introduction to R.  Three lessons in three weeks. September 11th to October 2nd 2009. R has more functions than any other statistics language, plus a world-wide user base. $304 (or $254 if you register before August 29th 2009)  (Further discount of $50 for students, faculty, and research workers at academic and research institutions and government employees.)  

Sample Size Determination  Three lessons in three weeks. 11 September  to 2 October 2009.  Cost $299.  Early Bird discount of $25 before 29th August 2009.  Students, faculty and research workers at academic institutions are eligible for a further $50 discount.   Write courses@statcourse.com to obtain discounts. 

Learn Statistics Through Applications.  An easy introduction to the basic concepts of statistics. Three lessons in three Weeks.  11 September to 2 October 2009.   $199. Early Bird discount of $25 before 30 August 2009.  

Modeling with R.  Three lessons in three weeks. 7 October  to 28 October 2009.   OLS, EIV, QR, and CART plus validation. $300. Early Bird (by 29th September) discount of $75.  A further $50 discount for students, faculty, and research workers at academic institutions.

Manager's Guide to Design and Conduct of Clinical Trials.  Four lessons in four weeks. June 21st to July 24th 2009.  2009. $495 per participant.  ($375 for each additional person at the same firm, institution or government office.  $375 for those with an academic or institutional email address.)  Plus further early bird discount of $50 if you register before June 11th April 2009.

How would you test for correlation greater than 0.8?   What's a confidence interval for the 40th percentile?  Take Applications of Bootstrap, CART and Permutation Methods from 7 October  to 28 October 2009.  $324.  ($254 for students, faculty, and research workers at academic institutions, and the self-employed.)  Plus Early Bird discount of $50 if you register before 29 September 2009.  

      Here's what a participant in our last session had to say, "This has been a very great course. I'm most glad having attended it. I learned a lot. Understood the difference between bootstrap and permutation. The assignments were very challenging and instructive yet just difficult enough not to discourage the beginner. I had a glimpse on the problem of type II errors. And, ice on the cake, I received precious pointers giving new insight into a work in progress. Heartfelt thanks."

 

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For inquiries about any of our courses, contact 714/465-9732 or courses@statcourse.com.

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Refund Policy: Up until one-week prior to the start of a course, a refund of the fee paid less $25 will be provided on request.  Although there are no refunds after that date, a course participant may enroll without charge the next time the course is offered.

 

Coming Up 

Sample Size Determination  Three lessons in three weeks. 11 September  to 2 October 2009.  Cost $299.  Early Bird discount of $25 before 29th August 2009.  Students, faculty and research workers at academic institutions are eligible for a further $50 discount.   Write courses@statcourse.com to obtain discounts.

Introduction to R.  Three lessons in three weeks. September 11th to October 2nd 2009. R has more functions than any other statistics language, plus a world-wide user base. $304 (or $254 if you register before August 29th 2009)  (Further discount of $50 for students, faculty, and research workers at academic and research institutions and government employees.)  Write courses@statcourse.com to obtain discounts.

 

 

Contest

For the next five weeks, we'll be posting a challenging math puzzle each week.  Get all five correct and you'll have your choice of any of our online courses, free!  Click here to see our current and past puzzles

 
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