UNI Statistical Consulting - SPRING 2015
SAS class Thu 03/12/2015
UNI Department of Mathematics provides assistance through its
Statistical Consulting Lab (SCL), offering a free source of statistical
support for routine data analyses to UNI students, faculty and staff.
Contact Mark Jacobson at
firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an
appointment. Email email@example.com is preferred and FASTEST
method, but phone is 273-7172 if absolutely necessary.
See http://www.cs.uni.edu/~jacobson/SCL for short courses
schedule (SPSS, Minitab, SAS, R, S-Plus).
SPSS Short Course on Thursday, Oct 25th at 2:15-3:15 p.m.
and on Friday, Oct 26th at 11:00-11:50 a.m.
WRT 110 computer teaching lab
Come to either session, or attend both if you
want extra practice and review.
The class is suitable for beginners. Emphasis on crosstabs and chi
square and categorical data analysis this session.
Contact Mark Jacobson at 3-7172 or firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP
or to set up an appointment. EMAIL IS PREFERRED! :-)
12 minutes long: Video
tutorial review of Feb 4th and 8th
SPSS short course.
SCL (Statistical Consulting Lab) - UNI
Need help analyzing your data?
- The Mathematics Department at the University of Northern Iowa
has reconstituted its Statistical Consulting Lab (SCL), starting
February 1, 2006 and running until at least mid-June 2011.
- The SCL will provide a free source of
statistical support for a routine data analyses and is available to UNI
students, faculty and staff. Larger, more time consuming projects would be
billed at reasonable rates.
- Contact Mark Jacobson, the director of the SCL,
at 273-7963 or email@example.com to set up your appointment.
Email is strongly preferred over leaving phone messages.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to be added to the
mailing list for all short courses or for SPSS or SAS or Minitab
SPSS STATISTICS SHORT COURSE: Wright 110 computer lab.
Time and date to be announced. (Probably late February and early
times to choose from for Part I and Part II of class).
There will be two separate classes needed to cover the following
topics, but each course will be independent of the other.
Learn about preparing data for SPSS with Excel, linear regression,
ANOVA, correlation, chi square and crosstabs, value and variable labels,
scatterplots, etc. How do I visualize (chart or plot or graph) my data
with SPSS? How do you do Regression and ANOVA with SPSS? How do you
understand the statistical output? Comparing means with Independent
Samples T-Test, etc.
This class is a class for beginners and assumes no previous knowledge.
E-mail Mark Jacobson at
email@example.com with questions or if you wish to RSVP.
SPSS SHORT COURSE:
Learn about exporting data for Excel to SPSS, recoding variables, creating
new variables, chi-square, t-test, regression and ANOVA.
This class is suitable for beginners in
statistics and statistical software.
E-mail Mark Jacobson at
firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or if you wish to RSVP or be added
to a short course email list.
- There will also be several short courses on SAS and Minitab offered
spring semester of 2012. I will be sending out email notices about the
short courses, so PLEASE drop an email to email@example.com if you
wish to be added to the list for SAS or SPSS short courses.
- Have a specific topic from SPSS, SAS, Minitab, R, SPlus or Excel
that you would like covered in a short course?
Let me know the topic and a class can be arranged for covering that
topic, or we can meet and cover it by appointment.
I will be glad to teach a statistical software skill for a group or a
Office hours at the (SCL) Statistical Consulting Lab in WRT 338A
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY is highly recommended over drop-in.
Please always try to set up a scheduled appointment whenever possible
to ensure availability of that time you wish to stop by.
Appointments almost ANYTIME, including weekends and evenings are no
problem and will be arranged.
Please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 273-7172
to register for SAS or SPSS short courses, to set up an appointment or
to get more information.
(Email is preferable to phone messages).
Statistical Consulting Lab (SCL) will offer an introductory
SAS short course in WRT 110 computer lab at these times:
Times to be announced soon.
E-mail Mark Jacobson at email@example.com to for more information.