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What our students think

We asked students what they thought of their training:

Leone Wardman
Office for National Statistics
'This is a nice well rounded course on longitudinal data analysis. I was reminded of key statistical theory and application in a non-technical format that allowed me to join together the practical application of the methods with the underlying theory.
'There were plenty of opportunities to apply learning in the computing environment and there was sufficient support in terms of personal guidance through the exercises. Having not done any analysis for some time, I feel that I could confidently apply these methods to my own data.'

Professor Jonathan Scourfield
University of Cardiff
'I really appreciated the fact that every lecture was followed by a computer lab session so we could put into practice what we had just been taught. The guidance for practical sessions was excellent.'

Emilie Courtin
London School of Economics and Political Science
'Very interesting course on longitudinal data analysis - the lectures were very clear and helpful in the lab sessions. I look forward to joining other courses next year and to applying what I have learnt here to my own data.'

Liz Metcalfe
University of Leeds
'Very informative, well-structured with split lectures and workshop time.'

Hao Xu
University of Southampton
'Very good for my research.'

Dr Mark Johnson
National Institute for Health Research
'An excellent course with a good balance between teaching and practice. The opportunity to discuss my own work with experts in the field was invaluable.'

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