Experimental Design & Data Analysis 2013
Title: Experimental Design & Data Analysis – Banda Aceh 2013
Registration: Open. Application results will be announced around mid February 2013.
Venue: Banda Aceh, Indonesia in association with the Association for Tropical Biology & Conservation, Asia-Pacific Chapter
Dates: 12-17 March 2013 (6 days)
Organiser: Association for Tropical Biology & Conservation Asia-Pacific chapter and Program for Field Studies in Tropical Asia
Fees: $US 25
Food and Accommodation: Food and accommodation are NOT included in the course fee. Food is available through a university canteen at the venue. For accommodation we have block booked rooms at a budget hotel. These are on a sharing basic (3-4 per room) at $US5 per day. Please indicate whether you want us to book you room when you register for the course.
Fellowships: Students attending the ATBC meeting and presenting a paper may apply for fellowships. We do not have separate fellowships available for the workshop.
About: In association with the annual conference of the Association for Tropical Biology & Conservation, Asia-Pacific Chapter (March18-22 2013), we are running two courses. The Basic course is targeted at post-graduate level participants who have received only very basic training in statistics. It will introduce basic concepts in experimental design and sampling and how to analyse data, including non-parametric methods, ANOVA, regression, and GLMs. The Advanced course assumes participants are familiar with these basic methods and will introduce maximum likelihood approaches, more advance GLMs, Bayesian and multivariate methods. Please see the course outlines given below. Practicals for both courses will be conducted in R – a free open-source statistical computing program – and will provide an introduction to its use. Participants are required to bring their own laptop computers.
Please see Modules page for further details.