UT Division of Statistics and Scientific Computation - Information Session
Tue, May 21, 2013 • CLA Building
The Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation at the University of Texas at Austin is offering short courses in statistics at all levels from May 20 - May 23, 2013, between the spring and summer semesters, as part of the sixth annual UT Summer Statistics Institute.
The courses run four days in the mornings or afternoons, at a discounted fee of $175 per course for UT students, and $275 per course for UT Faculty and Staff.
For more information or to register for a course, visit our website at:
Short courses are offered at all levels including introductory statistics, software, and statistical methods and applications. Our software courses include:
*Data Analysis Using SAS
*Introduction to MapReduce Programming Model with Hadoop
*Introduction to Microsoft Access
*Introduction to R
*Introduction to Stata (sponsored by www.stata.com)
*Introduction to SPSS
*Multivariate Data Analysis using R
We have a few new courses this year, including:
*Applied Text-Mining and Text-Analysis with R
*Introduction to Visual Analytics
*Pattern Analysis, Predictive Analytics and Big Data: Theory and Methods
*A Unifying Statistical Framework for Big Data: Graphical Models
*Writing Competitive Federal Grant Proposals
This is your opportunity to learn the statistics you've always wanted to know from some of the very finest faculty at UT. We urge you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity, and to sign up before seats fill!