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Description: The Statistical Consulting Studio holds several workshops each semester. The topics are chosen to benefit a broad range of researchers with various backgrounds. While these classes are free for all faculty and students in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, space is limited. Please register early to ensure a seat.

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RSVP for all sessions at: Stat Studio on Eventbrite The Statistical Consulting Studio holds several workshops each semester. The topics are chosen to benefit a broad range of researchers with various backgrounds. While these classes are free for all faculty and students in the Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services, space is limited. Please register early to ensure a seat. ...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Random Forests

    This workshop will demonstrate the use of Random Forests as a method to arrive at the strongest and most parsimonious set of predictor variables. Alth...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Ridge & LASSO

    Ridge and LASSO regression are alternative approaches in situations where a large number of predictor variables are available to choose from, and wher...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Effect Size & Power Analysis

    Review effect size measures for various types of study designs and learn how to report them appropriately, including converting between various measur...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Intro to Mplus


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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Time-to-Event Modeling: Survival Analysis

    In some situations, we are most concerned with monitoring participants to see if an event like death or relapse occurs, yet due to time constraints, a...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Exact Methods for Categorical Data

    Not all data is `normal’ or continuous. Other samples are small, sparse, or highly correlated. If standard ANOVA and Regression methods are out, what ...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Reproducible Workflow: SPSS via Syntax

    Do you use SPSS only by clicking on the menus? Have you ever wanted to learn how to use SPSS syntax? Learn how to be more efficient, have more control...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Multilevel and Marginal Models

    Where your participants are nested (eg. students in classes) or you are monitoring repeated measurements (eg. longitudinal), correlation between obser...

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Regression Refresher

    Did you know that ANOVA is just a special case of regression? Regression permits the inclusion of continuous predictors, customized interactions, quad...

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  • USU - StatStudio: R Summer Sessions 2018

    Open office work group for learning R.

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Intro to Mplus 2018

    Workshop - Intro to Mplus

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  • USU - Stat Studio: Workshop - Powerful Publishable Plots

    This session will focus on the Grammar of Graphics, rather than any specific software package.

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