Statistics for Laboratory Scientists II OpenCourseWare: Free Online Advanced Undergraduate Statistics Course by Johns Hopkins University

Published Jan 14, 2009

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Johns Hopkins University's 'Statistics for Laboratory Scientists II.' is a free OpenCourseWare project. It provides useful review materials for students on their way to getting a Bachelor of Science in Biostatistics, Biology or any degree that requires a strong knowledge of statistical inference.

Statistics for Laboratory Scientists II: Course Specifics

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Statistics for Laboratory Scientists II: Course Details

For students who have already been introduced to the basic principles of statistical inference and their application to the biological sciences, Johns Hopkins University presents 'Statistics for Laboratory Scientists II.' Karl Broman first taught this lecture-based class. Building on concepts from 'Statistics for Laboratory Scientists I,' this more advanced statistics course presents new topics, such as linear and nonlinear regression, logistic regression, survival analysis, power calculations and experimental design. The course is intended to help students learn how to use R (statistics software program), to analyze and to present data and more. If you're pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Biology, Biostatistics or a related field, you'll find this free OpenCourseWare class a helpful review.

By downloading this free online class, you'll get access to the course syllabus and schedule, 21 lectures (available in .pdf format) and six homework assignments with solutions, as well as a link to download the 'R' statistics program. If you're ready to start studying, check out the advanced statistics course page.

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