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BSc Optometry / Course details
Year of entry: 2020
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Course unit details:
Clinical Methodology 2
|Unit level||Level 2|
|Teaching period(s)||Semester 1|
|Available as a free choice unit?||No|
|Unit title||Unit code||Requirement type||Description|
To provide experience of data analysis, statistical calculations, and the use of scientific software.
- Develop an understanding of the key elements of sample variability, experimental design and statistical testing.
- Gain an awareness of the means to quantify variability within populations; be able to select appropriate statistical tests.
- Be able to present experimental and clinical data clearly; identify differences between samples and in find associations between variables; apply statistics within experimental design.
- Be familiar with the use office software in order to perform calculations.
This course is delivered through Blackboard, there are no Lectures.
Weekly exercises within the Blackboard virtual learning environment, supported by briefing material delivered within this Blackboard course (including documents, slide-shows, podcasts and external links).
- Variability and sampling (1 week) - 11%
- Preparing publishable graphs in Excel (1 week) - 11%
- Testing for differences (1 week) - 11%
- Investigating associations (1 week) - 11%
- Dealing with categorical data (1 week) - 11%
- Using SPSS (1 week) - 11%
- Comparing more than two groups (1 week) - 11%
- Regression (1 week) - 11%
- Choosing statistical tests and designing experiments (1 week) - 11%
*Cumulative score on the assessed questions must exceed 70% for a pass. Passing this Biol22051 course is required in order to pass the Personal and Professional Development module.
Immediate feedback on submission of answers to practice quizzes and questions, including tips on questions that have been answered incorrectly. Score on submission of each assessment, along with a running total and average mark.
Ennos AR (2012) Statistical and Data Handling Skills in Biology (3rd Edition), Prentice Hall.
Ennos R., Johnson M.L. (2018) Statistical and Data Handling Skills in Biology (4th Edition), Pearson.
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|Stephen Prince||Unit coordinator|