Design and Analysis of Experiments
Online - morning only
Are you a researcher needing help in designing an experiment or analysing the data from your experiment?
Applications include randomised trials in medicine and the social sciences, designed experiments in the biological sciences, and studies of processes in industry.
- experimental units
- replication and sample size
- blocking and matching
- types of experimental designs, factorial treatments
- analysis of variance and covariance from experimental data
- transformations of data
- practical and ethical issues.
This online course runs over five mornings almost every second day (Mon 14, Wed 16, Fri 18, Mon 21, Wed 22 September 2021).
The first session for each day will commence at 9:00 a.m. and their final sessions will end at approximately 12.30 p.m. The sessions will mix lecture presentations with practical exercises.
Presenter: Associate Professor Graham Hepworth