In the Department of Biosciences, we run a weekly Statistics Help service for all students, undergraduate and postgraduate, in our department. These are put on by a rota of academic staff with a wide range of mathematical biology and statistical experience. All bioscience students are sent an email at the start of term announcing the current venue for the drop-in sessions, and up to date information about the time and locations can be found on the departmental timetable on the intranet.
These are drop-in sessions in which we aim to help any Biosciences student with any quantitative issue, from basic data presentation (graphs and tables) to statistical analysis and maths. We are not experts in everything mathematical but we can almost certainly provide some degree of help.
This service is not a substitute for the taught courses in data analysis that are currently offered at all levels in Biosciences, from Foundation Year to MSc. The aim is to point you in the right direction, not to do it for you! So, bring specific questions and data and don't leave it until the last minute (e.g. the week before handing in a research project!).
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