A Research Ambassador will provide peer-to-peer support with understanding the different terminology used in quantitative methods. This workshop is for those who are new to quantitative statistics or who used these methods a long time ago. We will revisit the fundamental terminology using graphical representations and practical examples. Topics covered are:
- Descriptive statistics
- measure of central tendency
- measure of dispersion
- measure of position
- Inferential statistics
- Sample size
- Level of significance
- Study power
This workshop does not aim to familiarise you with any specific statistical software package (i.e. SPSS, SAS); a Research Ambassador will present you with a different way to look at statistics. For instance, have you ever wondered why we use a P value? And why we set it to 0.05?
Come and we’ll show you!
This workshop is the first of a mini series of workshops on Statistics, next we will cover common tests (i.e. t-tests and ANOVA) and what they mean graphically.https://victoriauniversity.pageuppeople.com/learning/1434
Register for 'Research Ambassadors explain the ABCs of Quantitative Methods Terminology' using your MyVU portal login.
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