This course closely examines the design of experiments and the analysis of data obtained in them. Various statistical tools are used to analyze such data, and they include those both univariate and multivariate. This course has an eminently practical approach, so most of its instruction relies on resolving and interpreting real assumptions. The training it provides has applications in the study of new products or techniques as well as in the field of research.
This course is a valuable and indispensable tool for those graduates seeking to develop or carry on activities in the field of research and study of new techniques and / or products, both in private and in public schools.
Knowledge, procedures and methods of experimental design and analysis covered in this course will be useful and necessary not only to make a success of different trials, but also to understand and correctly interpret scientific publications by other authors.