Slides and Lecture Notes from Marek's Statistics Lecture Series, 2019.

Lecture Lecture Notes
1. Probability Distributions Download Slides
2. Measurement Errors; Statistical Estimators Download Slides
3. Confidence Intervals 1 Download Slides
4. Confidence Intervals 2 Download Slides
5. Data Presentation Download Slides
6. Hypothesis Testing Download Slides
7. Contingency Tables Download Slides
8. t-test Download Slides
9. ANOVA Download Slides
10. Non-parametric tests Download Slides
11. Statistical power Download Slides
12. Multiple test corrections Download Slides
13. What is wrong with p-values Download Slides

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Introduction to Linux 28th Jun 2019 Download Slides Download Example Files (.tar.gz archive)
The HPC Cluster 19th July 2019 Download Slides Download Example Files (.tar.gz archive)
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NGS Read Mapping 16th August 2019 Download Slides Download Example Files (.tar.gz archive)

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