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  LISA Statistics Short Course: How to make plots to tell the story of your data  
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LISA SHORT COURSES IN STATISTICS
LISA (Virginia Tech's Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis) is providing a series of evening short courses to help graduate students use statistics in their research. The focus of these two-hour courses is on teaching practical statistical techniques for analyzing or collecting data. See www.lisa.stat.vt.edu/?q=short_courses for instructions on how to REGISTER and to learn more.

Spring 2013 Schedule:
January 29: Designing Experiments and Collecting Useful Data*;
February 5: A Tutorial in T-Tests and ANOVA in JMP*;
February 12: Regression Analysis Using JMP*;
February 18: Introduction to R, Part I;
February 19: Introduction to R, Part I;
February 25: Introduction to R, Part II;
February 26: Introduction to R, Part III;
March 5: How to make plots to tell the story of your data;
March 18: Data Mining Basics;
March 19: Data Mining Basics;
March 26: Classification and Regression Trees (CART);
*These courses will be held in the GLC Room G, all other courses are in 3060 Torgersen Hall.

Tuesday, March 5; 4:00 - 6:00 pm;
Title: How to make plots to tell the story of your data;
Course Information:
Visualizing your data is an essential first step for any statistical analysis and often times the graph itself provides the best statistical interpretation of the data. This course will present principles of good graphics and provide examples to help you answer your research question graphically using R and JMP.

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Location: 3060 Torgersen Hall
Price: Free
Contact: Tonya Pruitt
E-Mail: lisa@vt.edu
540-231-8354
   
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