New course from the Swiss School of Public Health: R statistical software!
R is a free open-source statistical software, used by many researchers. The Swiss School of Public Health+ (SSPH+) is happy to offer a course on the use of R. The course will be held on February 13 and 14 2013, at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel, Switzerland.
The course will inclue theory and practical exercises and will cove data import and export, data manipulation, statistical analysis, graphical representation and advanced programming concepts as conditional branching and loops. It wll be led by Dr. Jan Hattendorf. There is a limited amount of participants, so make sure to register online here. For more information on the course, click here.
This course is very useful to students. Dr.Jan Hattendorf concept is very nice.People should also encourage this.
its a very great step and also it will give a lot of information and knowledge to the doctors.
I can’t believe I didn’t come across this until now.
If anyone has any idea when the next course will be please let me know, thanks!
information about the next course on R can be found here: http://ijph.blogs.springer.com/announcements/introduction-to-statistical-software-r/