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Check out these two exciting events happening this spring-
Henry Seely White Lectures: February 8-9, 2018 with Dr. Megan Price, Human Rights Data Analysis Group. Check the Events page for more.
DataFest 2018 @ Vassar: April 13-15, 2018. Keep an eye on … Continue reading
April is a busy month for statistics at Vassar! In addition to the 48-hour competition DataFest (registration is closed, but everyone is welcome to stop by Kenyon to check things out!), there will be a couple of interesting statistics-related lectures. Check … Continue reading
Do you love sports (specifically basketball), statistics, and competitions? If so, join the Statsketball Tournament 2017, hosted by the This is Statistics and The American Statistical Association. Your goal is to predict the outcome of the 2017 NCAA Basketball Tournament, … Continue reading
For the basic offerings, there are two sections each of Econ 209, Math 141, and Psyc 200. There are quite a few additional statistics-related course offerings in Math, including a new course (347) on Bayesian statistics!
There will be one section of Econ 209, two sections of Math 141, and two sections of Psyc 200 this coming spring.
Check out the events page for information on an upcoming electronic undergraduate statistics research conference (October 2, 2015) and the Department of Mathematics & Statistics Henry Seely White Lectures by Susan Murphy, statistician at the University of Michigan and MacArthur Fellow (February … Continue reading
Check out the new page for BIOL 106: Introduction to Biological Investigation. You will find handouts and video tutorials to help guide you through getting familiar with using R in general, but specifically with using the Vassar web server of … Continue reading
The following introductory statistics courses will be offered this fall: Econ 209 (two sections), Math 141 (two sections, one of which is cross-listed with Biology), and Psyc 200 (two sections). These may fill up, so be sure to request the section … Continue reading
This fall, the following introductory statistics courses are being offered: Econ 209 (two sections), Psyc 200 (two sections). These courses are already full or nearly full, so if you’re not already enrolled, you might have to wait until the spring, … Continue reading