This one-day workshop aims to increase participants understanding of the principles, methods, and interpretation of regression models using the R software environment, a powerful, popular and free statistical and graphical programming language.
Biostatistics and Bioinformatics Clinics
What is this service for?
QFAB Bioinformatics can provide advice related to bioinformatics, biostatistics and biodata:
- Advice on experimental design
- Recommendation and coaching on analysis methods
- Analysis of data
- Interpretation of results
- Choice and use of software
- Access to bioinformatics resources and compute infrastructure
- Recommendations on Data Management Plans
- Content and pilot analysis for grants
- Publication revision & help with reviewer comments
Testimonial: “Consultation with QFAB biostatisticians was critical to getting the power calculation right on our successful $1.15M NHMRC project grant application” – Mark Ragan 2014
Who is this service for?
QFAB Members (UQ, QUT, GU, JCU, USQ, CQU and USC)
Researchers and Higher Degree Research students from member universities can receive free consultations to help with research projects, publications and upcoming grant applications. Additional free support might be provided through your Institution (UQ DI and UQCCR, CHRC).
Clinical researchers and students from Metro South Hospital and Health Service and from Children’s Health Queensland Hospital and Health Service can book appointments with a statistician for advice and support regarding experimental design, analysis, publications, grant proposals, and data capture and management.
How does it work?
Please click below to request an appointment based on your affiliation:
Need for more?
QFAB’s Analysis Hotel allows students and researchers to perform their analysis embedded within the QFAB Team at UQ’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB). The QFAB Team will help researchers and students to access tools, platforms, data and international resources as well as providing advice for the analysis.