Автор:   Johns Hopkins University

  • John McGready, PhD, MS

    Преподаватели:    John McGready, PhD, MS, Associate Scientist, Biostatistics

    Bloomberg School of Public Health
Выполнение8 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
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Оценка 4.8 из 5 по 66 отзывам

muito bom

Well organized and good lessons/presentations!

I suggest to insert more exercises/assignment to increase the student's skills!

this is a great course for anyone who wants to develop a career in research. videos are great and engaging. the tutor makes biostatistics very simple and easy to understand.

This is indeed a unique course, as it teaches statistics specifically tailored for public health researchers. Even without any prior exposure to statistics, the course is very well designed to comfortably guide the student from the fundamentals to the more complex topics at a convenient pace. The exercises and tests are very useful and I especially appreciated that many key concepts were repeated at timely intervals so that there was little need to keep referring to older lectures. I now feel much more confident about my statistical skills and most importantly I have a clearer understanding of the various statistical measures and analytical tools that are regularly used in public health research. Thank you to all the course designers and teachers!