Spotlights

 

New Software Short Courses Offered for Fall 2017

10 August 2017—SDS is excited to offer four new software short courses this fall. Introduction to SAS, taught by SDS consultant Michael Mahometa, covers all of the basics of data manipulation and analysis in this powerful software. New users will learn how to import data, create informative graphs, and run descriptive and...

SDS Short Course Registration Now Open, New Courses Offered

25 August 2016—Registration is now open for the fall 2016 SDS software and topic short courses.  Short courses are available to all UT students, faculty, and staff for $30, and seating is limited.  We are excited to offer three new short courses this fall. SDS lecturer Dr. Kristin Harvey will be...

SDS Faculty Run Professional Development for OnRamps High School Teachers

26 July 2016—In July, 378 high school teachers gathered at the UT Austin campus to engage in a two-week-long professional development program for OnRamps, a dual-enrollment program that seeks to increase the number and diversity of Texas students who engage in learning experiences aligned with the expectations of leading research universities....

New and Improved Stat Apps Server Now Online

15 February 2016—The Department of Statistics & Data Sciences, in partnership with the College of Natural Sciences ITS group,  is excited to announce the rollout of the new Stat Apps Server that can be accessed by all current UT Austin students, faculty, and staff for free.  By connecting to the server, users...

Software and Topic Short Course Registration Now Open

SDS is excited to announce the Spring 2016 software and topic short courses. We will be offering software courses in R, Python, Matlab, Stata, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Access. These 3-hour, hands-on workshops are perfect for those who want an introduction to a new statistical software or more experience with advanced...

New Software and Topic Short Courses Offered in Fall 2015

SDS is excited to offer four new short courses in Fall 2015, including three that are part of the new Topics in Statistics series taught by the statistical consulting staff. Instead of being focused on a particular software, these topic courses cover a specific content area, ranging from introductory data analysis...