The Research Methodology and Statistical Reasoning Course include topics ranging from what is a variable to, where can one use a two-way ANOVA. Statistics are widely used in social sciences, business, and daily life. Given the pervasive use of statistics, this course aims to train participants in the rationale underlying the use of statistics. This course aims to explain when to apply which statistical procedure, the concepts that govern these procedures, common errors when using statistics, and how to get the best analysis out of your data. The research methodology is used as a base to explain statistical reasoning. The course also familiarises you with commonly used software for statistical analysis. The course will take 11 hours to complete, including one contact hour with the course instructor after completion of the workshop. The course is divided into 11 broad sections, which include 59 lectures and 21 quizzes.
Participants would benefit from the course because understanding basic research methodology and statistics is essential prior to taking up any research-related endeavor. It is also an important part of the college curriculum from undergraduate to Ph.D. levels. Designing research methods requires knowledge about various methods and understanding data. The comprehensive nature of the course ensures that students and professionals are not only able to understand, but also apply the course content. The course not only includes course content but instructors that are approachable after completing it, who will provide feedback and address your specific needs.
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