Join us for a full day class at Red Rocks Community College on Saturday, September 29th to learn about using Excel to explore data, computing descriptive statistics, and data analysis for particular types of studies including comparison of means and exploring linear relationships among variables. Functions and pivot tables will be used to compute descriptive statistics like means, standard deviations, frequencies, and proportions. The data analysis tool pak will be used for exploring statistical methods. Bring your computer and data (optional) for a great day of learning.
Julia Sharp, is an Associate Professor of Applied Statistics in the Department of Statistics at Colorado State University. She has more than twelve years of experience working with data collection, management, and analyses across a variety of disciplines, including horticulture, food science and nutrition, computer science, biological sciences, and engineering. Dr. Sharp is a trained applied statistician, with expertise in the areas of experimental design and analysis, longitudinal data analyses, and generalized linear mixed models.