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Simple Linear Regression and ANOVA (STAA0002)
BA513
This course of study aims to extend the ideas developed in Basic Statistics to include more advanced analyses.
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Introduction to R (STAA0003A)
EN409
In this course you will learn how to install and configure R software.
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Introduction to SAS (STAA0003C)
EN409
This unit is an introduction to one of the leading statistical software packages SAS - a powerful tool for organising and analysing data. Students will use this statistical software to develop their knowledge in data management, data presentation, and statistical analysis.
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Survey Design (STAA0004A)
EN409
You will acquire skills and knowledge in the collection of survey, observational, experimental and secondary data; developing a questionnaire, and writing of descriptive reports.
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Advanced Topics in Regression A: (STAA0010A)
BA513
A review of multiple linear regression with special attention to assumptions, unusual point identification and multicollinearity.
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Advanced Topics in Regression A: (STAA0010A)
BA513
Statistical techniques as listed below will be covered with an emphasis on the interpretation and reporting of these results.
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The Basics of Scale Development (STAA0013A)
ATC325
Introduction to types of scales and their development
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Public lecture with Associate Professor Brent D. Beal
Lecture theatre 202, Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship (AGSE)
Management scholars, income inequality and public policy: A case of academic irrelevance of (unwitting) complicity?
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Managing Upwards: The Care and Maintenance of your PhD Supervisor
Supervising a research student involves relationship work. Relationship work can be difficult and when it goes wrong, it REALLY goes wrong. Although when it goes right, the supervisor and student relationship is one that benefits both parties.
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Soapbox on Social Innovation: Living with Emerging Technologies
TD144, TD Building,
An invitation from the Director, Swinburne Social Innovation Research Institute, Professor Jane Farmer and Vice President (Engagement), Jane Ward.