Michael J. Mahometa

 

 


 

Michael J. Mahometa, Ph.D. – Lecturer and Senior Statistical Consultant for The University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Statistics and Data Sciences.

Michael received his Ph.D. in Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 2006. His major course work was completed in Behavioral Neuroscience, with a minor in Statistics. It was during that time he realized he had a love of answering questions using the statistical techniques he was learning. He also realized that he very much enjoyed teaching. After graduating he quickly turned his passion for both teaching and statistics into a position as a Statistical Consultant for The University of Texas. Since that time he’s helped develop new statistics courses to take advantage of new teaching techniques, he’s helped graduate students with their research questions, and he’s helped undergraduate students learn this amazing tool called data analysis.

More info: http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeljmahometa




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Oct 18th 2016

Use R to learn the fundamental statistical topic of basic inferential statistics. In the second part of a two part course, we’ll learn how to take data and use it to make reasonable and useful conclusions. You’ll learn the basics of statistical thinking – starting with an interesting question and some data.

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Sep 6th 2016

Use R to learn fundamental statistical topics such as descriptive statistics and modeling. In this first part of a two part course, we’ll walk through the basics of statistical thinking – starting with an interesting question. Then, we’ll learn the correct statistical tool to help answer our question of interest – using R and hands-on Labs. Finally, we’ll learn how to interpret our findings and develop a meaningful conclusion.

Average: 8.5 (2 votes)
Nov 4th 2014

This is a hands on course with a data lab to teach fundamental statistical topics such as descriptive statistics, inferential testing, and modeling.

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