The first lines of computer code you write can use free statistics tools to analyze and plot spreadsheet data.
Are you tired of hunting down the right button in Excel, SPSS, or Matlab? In this workshop designed for graduate students with zero programming experience, we will explore how to perform statistical analyses on spreadsheet data using free, popular, powerful, and professional tools.
Python is one of the most popular programming languages used by statisticians today. Python and its statistics libraries are also free and open source. This means that research projects that use Python encourage reproducibility, transparency, and peer review far more than proprietary statistics tools. If you care about reproducibility, transparency, and peer review in research, then this workshop is for you!
In this workshop, learners will:
Participants must bring their own laptop with them to the workshop. Prior to the workshop, students must install Python 3.5 (or higher) on their laptop. Click here for more details on installing Python.
This workshop has been successfully tested on graduate students.