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Statistics for Biomedical Sciences - 1st edition

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Statistics for Biomedical Sciences

This is the first edition course organized by LYRIS focused in the statistics for Biomedical Scientists to understand the concepts of basic statistics, with a focus on solving biomedical problems.

In this 6h course you will learn how to understand the fundamental concepts of statistic and variable statistics, analyze data and choose an appopriate hypothesis test to answer a given question. In this course, it will be addressed the following softwares: R Studio, SPSS, EXCEL and GraphPad.

Practical activities and exercises will be provided in breaking rooms, making this an ideal resource for students in biomedical engineering and biomedical sciences.

Table of contents:

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Types of Statistical Data

1.3. Types of Association between two variables

1.4. Multivariate Association

1.5. Software for data analysis (R Studio, SPSS, EXCEL, MATLAB, GraphPad)

1.6. Biomedical Application

1.7. Case study

Programme:

10:00 - 13:00 Introduction, Types of Statistical Data, Types of Association between two variables, Multivariate Association

14:00 - 17:00 Software for data analysis (R Studio, SPSS, EXCEL, MATLAB, GraphPad): Biomedical Application

About the speakers:

Alessandro Feraldi, Statistician, Università degli Studi di Roma

Dr. Flavia Sousa, PhD in Biomedical Sciences, Marie-Curie Fellow at IIT


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