When: 22-24 April 2020 and 27-29 April 2020
Statistical Literacy by Rick Scavetta (sign up for the waiting list)
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Previous Methods Courses
- Python with Nick del Grosso (24.01, 31.01, 14.02, 20.02, 21.02.2020)
- Statistics R with Axel Strauß (16-20 September 2019)
- Adobe Illustrator with Andreas Binder (18-19 July; 26-27 September 2019)
- Bioinformatics (Linux, NGS data analysis and RNA-seq Data Analysis) with ECSEQ (2-5 April 2019)
- GraphPad Prism with Statcon (10-12 April 2018)
- Statistic R course, with Axel Strauß (19-23 Feb)
- GMP course (2-6 and 9-13 Oct. 2017)
- Statistical Literacy workshop, with Rick Scavetta (20-22 Sept. 2017)
- Adobe Illustrator Workshop, with Dr. Andreas Binder (15 to 16 May 2017)
- MatLab workshop, by Mathworks, with Trainer Dr. Yvonne Blum (3 to 5 May 2017)
- Processing and Analysis of Scientific Images, Biovoxxel by Dr. Jan Brocher (16 to20 Jan. 2017)
- Applied Statistics in Molecular biology by Dr. Axel Strauß (14 to 18 Nov. 2016)
- Python Biobash Workshop (25 to 29 April 2016)
- Adobe Illustrator (21/22 March 2016)
- Comprehensive and Customized Image Processing and Analysis-BioVoxxel (2/3/4 December 2015)
- Statistic R (12 to 16 October) extra day on 30 November.
- Adobe Illustrator (14/15 January 2015)
- Statistic R (October 29-5 November, 2014)
- Applied Statistics for Molecular Biologists (November 14/15, 2013)
- Adobe Illustrator (+Photoshop) course (July 29/30, 2013)
- Adobe Illustrator (+Photoshop) course (April, 18/19, 2013)