How to Choose the Right Statistical Test for the Occasion
A good statistical understanding could be considered a life skill, but in Public Health it is important for professionals to not only accurately interpret statistics, but also appropriately test and report on them. This workshops will help participants to, distinguish among different types of outcomes (e.g. discrete, continuous, time-to-event), select the appropriate techniques for estimation and hypothesis testing, employ estimation and hypothesis testing to address important public health problems, interpret confidence interval estimates and hypothesis tests applied to public health data.
- Lisa Sullivan, Associate Dean of Education
- Recorded: 07/7/1