Statistics workshops and tools
The Quantitative Consulting Unit (QCU) runs statistics workshops and tutorials for various tools. CSU students or staff, or members of the public are welcome to attend. To register your interest in our workshops, please email the QCU Administrator - firstname.lastname@example.org.
R: Statistical Computing
R is a free powerful open source programming language for statistical computing, data analysis and graphical visualisation. It works on all operating systems.
A 3-hour workshop for introducing R is available upon request. You can also join free tutorials and Q & A sessions.
G*Power is free software that provides an effective user-friendly solution for power analysis as part of the routine statistical data analysis procedure.
Workshops are run as required with 2-10 participants.
LaTeX is a free open source document preparation system that is widely used amongst the scientific research community.
You can get help with LaTeX as required.
Bayesian Network (BN) is a machine-learning data analysis technique. It complements the traditional statistical data analysis approach and provides a better solution for analysis of models with complex structure.
A 3-day face-to-face BN workshop is available upon request with 2-10 participants.