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st: Summer Statistics Institute at UT Austin, May 20-23, 2013


From   "Mahometa, Michael J" <michael.mahometa@ssc.utexas.edu>
To   "statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu" <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Summer Statistics Institute at UT Austin, May 20-23, 2013
Date   Thu, 28 Mar 2013 19:13:35 +0000

The Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation at The University of Texas at Austin will be hosting the University�sixth annual UT Summer Statistics Institute on the UT Austin campus from May 20 �ay 23, 2013.  Short courses are offered at all levels including introductory statistics, software, and statistical methods and applications. We are offering *Introduction to Stata* and *Introduction to Regression*, which both use Stata, as well as other courses that would be of interest to Stata users.

Learn the statistics you’ve always wanted to know from some of the very finest faculty at UT!

Registration closes May 3. Students receive a 60% discount and groups can receive a 20% discount off the regular $550 course fee. Visit our website at http://ssc.utexas.edu/programs/summer-statistics-institute to download the UT Summer Statistics Institute brochure and learn more. Short courses are offered at all levels including introductory statistics, software, and statistical methods and applications. New this year:

*Applied Text-Mining and Text-Analysis with R
*Introduction to Visual Analytics
*Pattern Analysis, Predictive Analytics and Big Data: Theory and Methods
*A Unifying Statistical Framework for Big Data: Graphical Models

*Introduction to MapReduce Programming Model with Hadoop

*Writing Competitive Federal Grant Proposals



We are offering these introductory courses in common statistical software:


*Introduction to Microsoft Access

*Introduction to R
*Introduction to Stata [sponsored by www.stata.com]

*Introduction to SPSS
*Data Analysis Using SAS

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Kat Snyder
Program Coordinator

Summer Statistics Institute

Division of Statistics + Scientific Computation
College of Natural Sciences

The University of Texas at Austin
ksnyder@utexas.edu

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Michael J. Mahometa, Ph.D.
Manager, Consulting Services
Division of Statistics and Scientific Computation
College of Natural Sciences - G2500
University of Texas at Austin
512.471.4542



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