WHAT ARE YOU LEARNING?
Models are just as important as the data | Choosing objectively between alternative models | Prediction | Nonlinear models | Monte Carlo | Bayes’ theorem
Critical observing and thinking | This is the main purpose of the course
HOW DO YOU LEARN?
Through personal stories | Learning from other people’s mistakes and from your own mistakes. | Flipped learning | Online presentations | Short videos | Small hands-on problems
Small group: maximum 4 participants | Humor and fun in scientific thinking
YOU WILL RETURN WITH
- An in-depth understanding of what regression is
- The insight into how it can help you further
- A course manual as back-up
- Access to a network of experts
This video (6 minutes) covers the introduction. This way, you can get a good impression of the style of presentation and the subject level. There are short videos (3-8 min) on YouTube. When you feel challenged, sign up for the program? It’s worth your time and money.
“I would have loved to attend this introduction into Bayesian Statistics when I was at the start of my career as data analist. I highly recommend it for everyone with real data who wants to get the most out of it.”
WHY TO KNOW THIS?
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