Thursday 21st February 2019
June Lloyd Room, Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health
Intuitive and interactive basic statistics session on understanding and interpreting p-values.
Intended for researchers in the GOSH BRC from a biological or clinical background who don't feel confident about statistical analysis, or even those who've done the ICH introductory course some time ago and would like a refresher.
- Why statistical analysis is a lot like a courtroom
- Demonstrations to visually illustrate some of the concepts behind what a p-value is
- How to depict your data
- When to use the word “significant” when writing up your results
- How to interpret p-values close to 0.05
You can register for this course at the following Eventbrite link is: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/demystefying-statistics-understanding-and-interpreting-p-values-tickets-54588958043
Please note, a 2 hour session won't be able to meet specific research needs of a diverse group. For a more detailed introduction to statistics, please see: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/child-health/events/2019/jan/introduction-research-methods-and-statistics