Tag Archives: Statistics
This page includes resource to resolve problems using the R statistics language.
One Page R: A Survival Guide to Data Science with R
“A collection of useful one-page resources for a data miner, data scientist, and/or a decision scientist. The modules include code, lectures, and one-page recipes for getting things done.” (Kdnuggets, 2014).
Kdnuggets. http://www.kdnuggets.com/2014/02/one-page-r-survival-guide-data-science-with-r.html, Available 2014.
A big deal of researches are point out the videos of David Mease as a good source for learning statistic applied to Data Mining using R. If you want to try it out, take a look at his play list on Youtube here.
I took the Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp 1 last offering and I found it great. Now a new version of this course Mathematical Biostatistics Boot Camp 2 starts next week and it is an opportunity to continue interacting with great courses.
Information about the course is found below (retrieved from the course website).
About the Course
- Hypothesis Testing
- Power and sample size and two group tests
- Tests for binomial proportions
- Two sample binomial tests, delta method
- Fisher’s exact tests, Chi-squared tests
- Simpson’s paradox, confounding
- Retrospective case-control studies, exact inference for the odds ratio
- Methods for matched pairs, McNemar’s, conditional versus marginal odds ratios
- Non-parametric tests, permutation tests
- Inference for Poisson counts