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STAT-798 Statistical Research and Consulting (1-3) Course Level: Graduate

Statistical Research and Consulting (1-3) Through written reviews and oral presentations, students investigate advances in statistical theory and applications in recent journals. Through interaction with other departments, students learn to formulate statistically problems expressed in the language of another discipline and interact in a consulting role with researchers outside of statistics. This course develops statistical consulting skills ranging from basic concepts relating to how to formulate the nature of the client's problem, to solving it and presenting the solution in the language of the client. Students complete major statistical consulting problems under supervision and statistical support for projects on campus as well as outside consulting projects. Usually Offered: spring. Repeatable for credit. Permission: department.