ST-Data Analysis & Interpretation
Informal discussion class, focusing on students' problems, concerns, or enthusiasm with their own experimental designs, data analyses, or interpretations of results, including computer- (particularly SAS) generated output. New techniques presented by the instructor or guest instructors as requested by the class. Students gain practical experience with data analysis and a better understanding of the approaches necessary for their own thesis or dissertation work. Prerequisite: PLNTSOIL 661 or other course in intermediate statistical analysis.
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