EEB225H1: Biostatistics for Biological Sciences

Hours: 
36L/12P

A statistics course designed especially for life science students, using examples from ecology and evolution where appropriate. Students learn to choose and use statistics that are appropriate to address relevant biological questions and hypotheses. Lectures and computer labs will be used to cover the following methods: sampling and experimental design, data exploration, correlation, regression, ANOVA, Chi-square, and non-parametric tests.

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 

BIO225H1 /​ECO220Y1 /​ECO227Y1 /​GGR270H1 /​HMB325H1 /​PCL376H1 /​PSY201H1 /​SOC300Y1 /​STA220H1 /​STA250H1 /​STA288H1

Distribution Requirements: 
Science