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CMIST offer 5 free places on each course to Faculty of Humanities staff and postgraduate students at The University of Manchester. If you are applying for a free place, please check the box below (maximum of 5 places per person across courses).
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********* INTRODUCTORY *********Logistic Regression (15/10/14)Basic Maths for Social Statistics (24/10/14)Introduction to R (14/11/14)Understanding Statistics (18/11/14)Introduction to Sampling (19/11/14)Cognitive Interviewing for Testing Survey Questions (20/11/14)Using Statistical Tests in Research (28/11/14)An Introduction to Computational Social Science using Big Data (05/12/14)Forecasting Methods and Models (10/12/14)Introduction to STATA (21/01/15)Questionnaire Design (25/02/15)Multi Item Scales for Surveys (26/02/15)Foundation Skills for Data Analysts (18/03/15)Introduction to Data Analysis 1 (19/03/15)Introduction to Data Analysis 2 (20/03/15)Introduction to Linking Data (15/04/15)Panel Data Analysis - 2 day course (22/04/15)Population Estimating and Forecasting - 2 day course (12/05/15)
********* INTERMEDIATE *********Latent Factor Analysis (03/12/14)Social Media Data Analysis (11/12/14)Statistics for Small Samples (16/12/14)Introduction to Bayesian Analysis - 2 day course (15/01/15)Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling - 3 day course (10/03/15)An Introduction to Longitudinal Panel Data Analysis (22/04/15)Rasch Modelling for Constructing Measures - 2 day course (28/04/15)Demographic Concepts and Methods (11/05/15)Multilevel Modelling (13/05/15)
********* ADVANCED *********Multiple Imputation for Missing Data - 2 day course (28/01/15)Demographic Forecasting with POPGROUP - 2 day course (14/05/15)Causal Modelling in STATA (05/06/15)
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