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Displaying from Wednesday, February 20, 2019
 February 2019
Wednesday 20
14:00 - WORKSHOP - Tips for studying maths and stats at uni : Get set for a successful semester of maths/stats study Website | More Information
Get the most out of lectures and tutes and prepare for your first assignments with these tips and strategies. We will talk about the way learning maths differs from other disciplines to set you up for a successful semester. Recommended for anyone studying maths or stats units

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Thursday 28
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Tips for studying maths/stats at uni : Get set for a successful semester of maths/stats study Website | More Information
Get the most out of lectures and tutes and prepare for your first assignments with these tips and strategies. We will also talk about the way learning maths differs from other subjects to set you up for a successful semester. Recommended for anyone studying maths or stats units

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 March 2019
Tuesday 05
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Avoiding common algebra mistakes : Don't let little slips ruin your work! Website | More Information
This session presents common algebraic mistakes and misconceptions and shows you how to detect and avoid them. Become mathematically independent by better understanding how rules work. Recommended for MATH1721, MATH1722, MATH1001, ECON1111, STAT1520 and anyone using algebra

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Tuesday 12
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Descriptive statistics : Learn about summarising and comparing data sets Website | More Information
A guide to some of the skills needed for summarising, examining and comparing data sets. Topics include types of data, visual representation, measures of centre and spread, linear transformations, z-scores. Recommended for anyone studying an introductory stats unit.

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Tuesday 19
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Maths for Science students : Learn more about the numeracy skills you need to use Website | More Information
This workshop discusses some of the mathematical techniques you will find useful in your scientific studies. Topics include fractions, decimals, percentages, rates, logarithms, Scientific Notation, the SI Unit System and calculator use. Recommended for anyone studying a Science unit, especially if (...)
Thursday 21
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Descriptive statistics (repeat workshop) : Learn about summarising and comparing data sets Website | More Information
A guide to some of the skills needed for summarising, examining and comparing data sets. Topics include types of data, visual representation, measures of centre and spread, linear transformations, z-scores. Recommended for anyone studying an introductory stats unit.

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 April 2019
Wednesday 17
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Fundamentals of inferential stats : Find out how hypothesis tests work Website | More Information
Inference (or hypothesis testing) is a widely used technique for assessing evidence from data so it gets covered in most introductory statistics or data analysis units. The good news is that all statistical tests follow the same underlying structure. In this workshop we explore this structure in a (...)
Thursday 18
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Fundamentals of inferential stats (repeat workshop) : Find out how hypothesis tests work Website | More Information
Inference (or hypothesis testing) is a widely used technique for assessing evidence from data so it gets covered in most introductory statistics or data analysis units. The good news is that all statistical tests follow the same underlying structure. In this workshop we explore this structure in a (...)
Tuesday 30
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Using Excel for Statistics : Use the power of Excel to explore and anlayse your data Website | More Information
Microsoft Excel can be used to create data summaries (numerical and visual) and perform basic statistical analysis. In this session we will look at Excel formulas, graphs and inbuilt features that will enable you to explore and analyse your data. Recommended for anyone wishing to learn more about (...)

 May 2019
Tuesday 07
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Fundamentals of confidence intervals : Use confidence intervals with, well, confidence! Website | More Information
Confidence intervals are widely used to describe the accuracy of estimates so they are covered in most introductory statistics or data analysis units. The good news is that all statistical Confidence Intervals follow the same underlying structure. In this workshop we explore this structure in a (...)
Tuesday 21
13:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare for your maths/stats exam : Get some tips before the pre-exam study break Website | More Information
You have successfully sat maths exams before but it's nice to know how they work at UWA. This session provides some study suggestions for the lead up to exams and explains how maths study differs from other areas. Specific tips are provided for common Level 1 MATH and STAT units before we discuss (...)
Thursday 23
12:00 - WORKSHOP - Prepare for your maths/stats exam (repeat workshop) : Get some tips before the pre-exam study break Website | More Information
You have successfully sat maths exams before but it's nice to know how they work at UWA. This session provides some study suggestions for the lead up to exams and explains how maths study differs from other areas. Specific tips are provided for common Level 1 MATH and STAT units before we discuss (...)


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