Statistical Training Courses Dublin, Ireland
This course is designed for those who wish to get up to speed analysing their data using STATA’s extensive data analysis and graphics features.
Participants of this course should have some grounding in analysing data as they will be rotating through a range of Stata basic features including basic commands, labelling, sorting, merging, appending and reproducing analysis using do and log files. They will then progress to analysing datasets and performing basic statistical tests before advancing to more advanced data analysis and statistical techniques.
The course is instructor-led with regular practical exercises where you will work with the data, and seek advice from experienced R practitioners in an online environment. In-person courses will resume in good time.
Please register your interest in this course, or reserve your place, by emailing David at email@example.com or clicking the button below – we will revert at the earliest opportunity. Class size is small with two highly qualified and experienced instructors – see below for further information.
The cost of the two-day course is €900 for commercial attendees and €700 for academic attendees, including course notes.
PROGRAM – Date 7th & 8th October
The Course will take place from 9am to 5pm each day
Day 1 – Getting up to speed with STATA
- Sessions 1 and 2: Stata Basics
- Sessions 3 and 4: Data Analysis with Stata
Day 2 – Analysis and Graphics in STATA
- Sessions 5 and 6: Advanced Data Analysis
- Sessions 7 and 8: Graphics in Stata
Dr. Stephen Erskine
MA MSc PhD, Quantitative Researcher
Dr. Stephen Erskine – Dr. Erskine joined the Insight team in January 2017 following the completion of a large-scale PhD research project into the question of whether the type of electoral system used in a state affects the level of representation voters can expect from their elected representatives. Dr. Erskine also has extensive experience teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Aberdeen, and Trinity College Dublin how to conduct their own research using Stata and SPSS.
Prof. Myra O’Regan – Prof. O’Regan is an Associate Professor in Statistics at Trinity College Dublin and has a PhD in Educational Research from Boston College, an MSc in Statistics and a BA Mod. in Mathematics from Trinity College. Prof. O’Regan is a thought leader in sampling, research design and statistical analysis.
Prof Myra O’Regan
MA MSc PhD, Director & Statistician
Please register your interest in this course, or reserve your place, by emailing David at firstname.lastname@example.org or clicking the button below – we will revert at the earliest opportunity.
Please register your interest and we will notify you when the next course is scheduled