Upcoming Workshops, Webinars, and Presentations

For All:
The Analysis Factor
I often join forces with a wonderful group called The Analysis Factor to offer workshops and webinars for those brushing up on their statistical skills at all levels.

  • Statistically Speaking is a member program that offers monthly training webinars, weekly live Q&A webinars, and an online forum where you can post your statistics questions. I occasionally provide webinars and participate in the weekly Q&As; my next webinar is on "Confusing Statistical Terms" and will take place on March 26. Check out the Statistically Speaking program! https://www.theanalysisfactor.com/membership/
  • The Analysis Factor also offers individual workshops. Coming up in the month of June, I will be offering "Introduction to R: A Step-By-Step Approach to the Fundamentals." Learn more about this workshop here: https://www.theanalysisfactor.com/workshop-intro-r-2/ and get on the wait list for June here: https://www.theanalysisfactor.com/live-online-workshops/. Check out some of the other workshops offered by the Analysis Factor while you are there!

For Statisticians/Data Scientists:
July 5-10, 2020: The 30th International Biometric Conference in Seoul, South Korea
This conference is particularly geared toward those with an interest in biometry. I will be speaking in a session on Biostatistics and Team Science; my presentation is titled "Private Consulting: Team Science for Hire."

August 1-6, 2020: The Joint Statistical Meetings in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
This conference is a joint meeting of multiple statistical societies and associations (the American Statistical Association being the largest sponsor), and is the largest gathering of statisticians and data scientists held in North America. I will be participating in an invited panel discussion on "Operating a Private Statistical Consulting and Collaboration Practice: Words of Wisdom from Experts in the Field," conducting a round table on "Statistical Writing for Non-Statisticians," and presenting a poster titled "Ethical Academic Collaboration from the Outside In."