Stats Consulting Workshops

To register for a workshop, use the registration links below or contact Michelle Edwards directly at oacstats@uoguelph.ca

S21 Workshops - SAS and R

To register for any of the SAS and R workshops please visit https://oacstats_workshops.youcanbook.me/

Tuesday, May 4 - 9 am: Introduction to SAS

Tuesday, May 4- 1 pm: Introduction to R

Tuesday, May 11 - 9 am: SAS: Visualizing and Describing your data

Tuesday, May 11 - 1 pm: R: Visualizing and Describing your data

Tuesday, May 25 - 9 am: SAS: ANOVA and GLMM

Tuesday, May 25 - 1 pm: R: ANOVA and GLMM

Tuesday, June 1 - 9 am: SAS: Linear and Multiple Regression

Tuesday, June 1- 1 pm: R: Linear and Multiple Regression

Tuesday, June 8 - 9 am: SAS: Nonlinear Regression

Tuesday, June 8 - 1 pm: R: Nonlinear Regression

Tuesday, June 15 - 9 am: SAS: Survival Analysis

Tuesday, June 15 - 1 pm: R: Survival Analysis

Tuesday, June 22 - 9 am: SAS: PCA and Cluster Analysis

Tuesday, June 22 - 1 pm: R: PCA and Cluster Analysis

Tuesday, June 29 - 9 am: TBA

Tuesday, June 29 - 1 pm: TBA

S21 Crimes of Statistcs Workshops

Thursday afternoon workshops will deal with a number of different topics. Please register for each topic you are interested in. To register for any of these workshops please visit https://oacstatstutorials.youcanbook.me/

May 6 - 1pm: Odds Ratios: What are they and How do you interpret them?

May 13 - 1pm: Let’s talk about Zero-inflated data: How can we work with this?

May 27 - 1pm: Working with Interactions: How can we interpret them?

June 3 - 1pm: Are you working with surveys? Let’s do an Introduction to Textual Analysis.

June 10 - 1pm: Reliability measures - inter- and intra- measures will be reviewed.

June 17 - 1pm: What should you do with your data when you’re finished? RDM

June 24 - 1pm: Working with a TIME factor in your research? When is it a repeated measures analysis?