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Training Dates: October 5, 9, 12 and 16, 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Overview:
This 16-hour course provides an introduction to analyzing common business and industrial data.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Analyze data using the most appropriate statistical methods and interpret the results.
  • Use statistical graphics to display data and the results of data analysis.
  • Distinguish between comparison and correlation hypotheses.
  • Apply the most appropriate statistical methods to test comparison and correlation hypotheses.
  • Use a leading PC-based statistical software program.

Who Should Attend:
Engineers, scientists, technicians, supervisors, business analysts, and other personnel in engineering, manufacturing, quality assurance, and related disciplines who are responsible for data-based decision-making in the industrial workplace.

Prerequisites:
A laptop computer is required for this course. No other pre-requisites are necessary for course participation except for a good understanding of Windows-based PC software.

Cost: 2-day class

Location: Oregon Bio Virtual Classroom

Tickets

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Data Analysis - Member
Employees of Oregon Bioscience Association member companies receive discounts on BioPro classes. Visit the Membership Directory for a list of current member companies.
$ 625.00
20 available
Data Analysis - Non Member
$ 775.00
20 available

Details

Date:
October 5
Time:
8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Cost:
$625 – $775
Event Category:

Organizer

Oregon Bioscience Association
Phone:
(503) 548-4432
Website:
https://www.oregonbio.org/

Venue

Oregon Bio Virtual Classroom
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Phone:
503-953-3145