Level: III
Semester: 1
Number of Credits: 3
Prerequisites: BIOL 2163 and (MATH 1115 or MATH 1125)


Course Description 

This course introduces advanced statistical concepts that can be applied to data in the biological, life sciences and environmental sciences. It covers more advanced statistical concepts in the arena of experimental design, quantitative analysis of data and statistical inference. This course emphasises applications and will empower students to use sound statistical methods in the analysis of environmental data. Assessment is designed to make students work continuously with the course materials, exploring and critically analysing research and real-world data. Assessment will be continuous through assigned problem sheets allowing continuous feedback and guidance on problem solving techniques.



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