CU-IPHY 2800: Introduction to statistics Collection home page
1. Mathematically and graphically represent sample population characteristics.
2. Relate characteristics of a sample population back to the true population.
3. Determine what probabilistic conclusions can and cannot be made about data.
4. Interpret and evaluate conclusions about data in terms of the research problem.
The SEI project in IPHY concentrated on creating learning goals and, in some cases, assessments for the following courses. Additional course materials may be available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sets of course materials are available via CU Boulder's SEI site: https://www.colorado.edu/sei/departments/integrative-physiology/course-resources
|Item Type||Title||Subject||Author(s)||Issue Date||Access|
|Resources||List of course resources from Cu Boulder's Integrative Physiology department.||Data Analysis; Introductory Probability and Statistics; Scientific Communication; Statistical Inference; Bioinformatics/Genomics/Genetics; Biostatistics||Various, CUSEI||2019||Open|