We’re putting an R in June with 4 online courses. (No, you should still lay off the oysters; but soft-shell crabs are in season.)
Introduction to R. http://statcourse.com/intro2R.htm Three lessons in three weeks. Begins 27 May 2011. R has more functions than any other statistics language, plus a world-wide user base. $304. Discount of $50 for students, faculty, and research workers at academic and research institutions and government employees. Further discount of $100 if you sign up for either or both of the two courses described below. Write firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain these discounts.
Meta-Analysis Using R. http://statcourse.com/meta.htm Three lessons in three weeks. Begins 17 June 2011. Combine data from multiple studies. Fixed- effects and random-effects meta-analysis models. Identifying publication bias. R packages “rmeta” and “meta” will be introduced for the step-by-step implementation with “forest” and “funnel” plots. $295 per participant. ($90 discount if you register before June 1st.)
Clinical Trial Analysis Using R. http://statcourse.com/TrialR.htm Three lessons in three weeks. Begins 24 June 2011. Use R to analyze treatment comparison, treatment comparison with covariates, cross-over designs, time-to-event endpoints and longitudinal structures. $395 per participant. ($305 for each additional person at the same firm, institution or government office. $90 discount if you register before June 17th.)
Modeling with R. http://statcourse.com/mwithR.htm Three lessons in three weeks. Begins 17 June 2011. Build and validate OLS, EIV, QR, and cTree models. $299. A $50 discount for students, faculty, and research workers at academic institutions. Write email@example.com to obtain this discount.
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