Spring 2023 - STAT 812 G100
Statistical Consulting II (2)
Class Number: 5904
Delivery Method: In Person
Students will participate in the department's Statistical Consulting Service under the direction of faculty members or the director.
Students will participate in the Statistical Consulting Service under the direction of faculty members or the director. Emphasis will be given to client meetings, data analysis and report writing.
Students will engage in client meetings. There will be one day every week where clients may drop in and seek statistical advise.
Get involved in a client project, analyze a data set and produce a summary report. Students will use SAS® Statistical Software for the data analysis.
- Project & Summary Reports 100%
Above grading is subject to change.
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