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Postby Shaywanna Harris » December 4th, 2016, 6:29 pm

We've all been there: Statistics class. Whether you are a stats whiz or someone who gets physically ill at the thought of conducting a t test, we all may agree that stats may not be the easiest class in our doctoral studies. My experience is that most of us fall on the latter side of that continuum, not feeling confident in our work as statisticians.

How would you describe your relationship with statistics? (love-hate, tumultuous, amicable, confusing?)
If you feel more confident in your statistics skills, what resources/advice would you give to those of us who may not have a good understanding of statistics? Let's help each other out!
Shaywanna Harris
University of Central Florida
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