Eye opening course. My first introduction to some of the issues surrounding p-values as well as how to better utilize them and what they truly represent. My first introduction to effect sizes as well.
Solid course which taught me how to interpret p-values in a variety of contexts and taught me to not just to consider but (systematic and practical) ways of how to correct for publication bias.
por Maheshwar G•
This is really impactful.
por Zahra A•
Extremely useful course!
por Biju S•
Very interesting course
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por Pedro V•
Very good course!
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por Daniel K•
Thanks to the creators of this course for putting together an engaging curriculum. One note of criticism is that the assignments for Week 5 required G*power software which as far as I can tell is not available on Linux (I'm running Ubuntu).
The practical examples, specifically the example of the impact of Facebook's A/B testing were particularly interesting. I think this course has improved the tools I have at my disposal for interpreting the language commonly used in academic reporting, and I'm confident the information and tools presented will help in my own research in the coming years.
por Alicia S J•
Good pacing and ratio of exercises/lecture. I found the assignments very useful and the instructions easy to follow. Comparing my performance on the pre-tests and pop quizzes at the beginning of the course to those at the end clearly demonstrates that the coursework honed my stats intuition, and I'm very grateful! The only critical feedback I have is that occasionally, I found the wording of test/quiz questions to be a bit confusing. Thanks!
por José M V S•
I would like that pdf for assignment be in another languages. Some concepts can be difficult for a beginner, just to improve, not a major issue.
I want to focus on the time indicated to complete this course. In my experience, I took so much time than the estimated. May i dont have a intermediate level, but I think that, at least, it should be take in consideration.
por Marija A•
I find this course very useful, since these are topics that do not stick when you are completely new to statics, but are very useful once you have few years experience in practice. My only remark is that sometimes the multiple choice answers in the quizzes were not clear enough, so a bit confusing.
por Robert C P•
This course is a great complement to other statistics related courses. Instead of spending time on a bunch of formulas, this class is more about best practices and how to (correctly) apply some of the basic statistical methods.
por Matteo M•
Great course to dig a bit deeper into some very useful statistical concept. 4 starts as many of the contents are not "open" as the course preaches (see Microsoft Office documents or GPower).
por Lior Z•
Great course! Highly recommended.
One thing to improve - I would like to see more theory behind the different effect sizes (eta-squared/omega squared/etc)
por Ramón G M•
I recovered my faith in statistics with this course.
Makes me alert not to believe every effect I see in the data.
Teaches to do good science.
por Max R•
It was nice. I initially hoped the course would have made some technical details intuitively graspable, but it was fine as it is.
por Mage I•
The course was very useful, I enjoyed Daniel's advice. However, I wasn't able to make R work, so I couldn't do the exams.
por Sanne D•
Questions are sometimes hard to understand if you are not a native speaker of the English language