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Statistical training and consulting for the environmental sciences and natural resources. From Singapore to South Dakota, our courses have enabled scientists to build better regression models, test for trends, see multivariate patterns, and correctly interpret nondetect (censored) data.
To train scientists in air, water, soil, and biological sciences to make sense of your data.
Our Next Webinar! — How Many Observations Do I Need?
Feb 4, 2020 10 am Pacific, 1 pm Eastern.Webinar Registration link
One of the most common questions I am asked is “How many observations do I need to compute a confidence interval or find a difference in a hypothesis test?” To answer this you'll need to know quite a bit of information first. This webinar will go over what information is needed for two-group parametric and nonparametric hypothesis tests (t-test and Wilcoxon rank-sum test). More information is provided in the new edition of Statistical Methods in Water Resources [link provided when the book is officially published by the US Geological Survey].
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