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Design of experiments and analysing experimental data
|Cathie Marsh Institute|
Dr Rosa Parisi and Christos Grigoroglou
Humanities Bridgeford Street
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This course is designed for those interested in the design, conduct, and analysis of experiments. The course will examine how to design and analyse the experimental data in the context of medical statistics.
We will discuss various designs and their respective differences, advantages, and disadvantages. The course includes a review of statistics background that is needed for conducting and analysing experiments. We will start discussing how to summarise data, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing and illustrate analysis techniques such as t-test, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA).
In addition, basic models with one independent variable and more complex models with two or more independent variables will be explained in greater detail. Stata and/or R software will be used to analyse the data.
After attending the course you should be able to:
Course attendees should be familiar with statistical software.
Entry (no or almost no prior knowledge)
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Experimental Research , Experimental design
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