Dear allstat subscribers,
For Spring 1999, MathSoft presents S-PLUS courses in the areas of
Environmental Statistics, GIS and Spatial Data, Survival Analysis and
Medical Statistics. There is also a special free seminar on Financial
Applications in S-PLUS. These events are all held in the UK. To register,
please call +44 (0)1276 475350 or email [log in to unmask] For further
information and on-line registration see our website www.mathsoft.co.uk, or
the course information pages listed below.
FINANCE SEMINAR Featuring Prof Doug Martin
Barbican Centre London, 1:30 PM February 19 1999. (Free afternoon seminar)
Includes: Illustrated financial applications in S-PLUS, robust statistics in
finance, portfolio optimisation, wine and cheese.
Full details: http://www.statsci.co.uk/main/1902.htm
ENVIRONMENTAL STATISTICS Presented by Dr Stephen Millard
Cambridge, March 22 1999. (One-day course)
Includes: Designing a sampling program, looking at data, probability
distributions and estimation, prediction and tolerance intervals, hypothesis
tests, sample size and power, censored data and risk assessment.
Full details: http://www.statsci.co.uk/main/2203.htm
ANALYSING SPATIAL and GIS DATA
Cambridge, March 23 1999. (One-day course)
Includes: introduction to S-PLUS for ArcView GIS, exploring demographic
data, analysing spatial data with S+SpatialStats, analysing spatial data
with S-PLUS for ArcView GIS, executing S-PLUS commands from avenue,
customising S-PLUS for ArcView GIS.
Full details: http://www.statsci.co.uk/main/2303.htm
S-PLUS JUMPSTART COURSE
Oxford, March 29 1999. (Introductory one-day course)
MODERN DATA ANALYSIS with S-PLUS
Oxford, March 30-31 1999. (Two-day general course)
SURVIVAL ANALYSIS in S-PLUS Presented by Dr Terry Therneau
London, 27-28 April 1999. (Two-day course)
Includes: Introduction to survival analysis, estimating the survival curve,
parametric models, counting process formulation and residuals of Cox model,
estimation of functional form, time-dependent coefficient models, leverage,
multiple events, expected survival, frailty models.
Full details: http://www.statsci.co.uk/main/2704.htm
MEDICAL STATISTICS with S-PLUS Presented by Professor Brian Everitt
London, 26-28 May 1999. (Introductory three-day course)
Includes: simple inference, multiple linear regression, logistic regression,
tree regression, analysis of variance, repeated measures, generalised linear
models, survival analysis, multivariate analysis.
Full details: http://www.statsci.co.uk/main/2605.htm
We look forward to meeting you at one of these S-PLUS events.
David M Smith ([log in to unmask])
Mathsoft International, Bagshot, UK
Tel +44 01276 452299 x212
Fax +44 01276 451224