A Portable Introduction to Data Analysis

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Loved this course! The edX was godsend, I ignored the lectures because they were remarkably dull, and the ethics unit was really well done. Having a good tutorial group makes it so much more enjoyable too. I found the content really interesting and was a nice extension of the stat components of Year 12 specialist and methods statistics covered. Also getting rejected by virtual people was really humbling

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021

A slightly difficult course at first, but once it clicks it's quite easy. We could take the textbook (annotated) into the final exam, which made it super easy to get full marks. Definitely would recommend getting a tutor though if you don't initially understand the content

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Quite a difficult course in my opinion. Teaches some interesting concepts and is very useful for science degrees. However, it does take a lot of mental energy, googling and time to understand the concepts.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

I found the content slightly hard to learn with the way it was delivered (online Edge module). I found that you need to read over a section multiple times to actually be able to understand what it is talking about. Overall a useful introduction to statistics, but I found it was much easier to study from past exams that the actual online modules.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

This is a really good fundamental course. But I would recommend the 2nd year stats relevant to your field (i.e. BIOL2006) if you want to actually be able to comprehensively do statistics. Overall, the material is very dry and your experience will really vary depending on how good your tutor is at explaining things.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

Concepts taught are very useful but overall the course is very dull. Easy enough to learn the exam from past finals without watching lectures.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Delivery of the lectures was quite dull, gets boring sometimes if you're not interested in statistics. Have to make sure that you fully understand the materials before you carry on.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Fantastic great bachelors stat course! Go for it!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

STAT1201 is a great subject and now that I have completed it, I feel as though I have learnt many essential skills needed for science. My lecturer was Alan and he's great at teaching everything in a logical and he is super helpful if you need any help at all. The tutors are also very helpful and make sure you bring any questions about the project or content questions to the workshop.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

The lecturers did a great job keeping my attention throughout this course. I found their textbook/workbook fantastic and wish other subjects used a similar method as it was really easy to keep up with what we were learning. I did however find the programming side of things quite difficult as the tutors already expect you to already understand how to use Python, and if you don't you fall behind. Recommend using the past exam papers for study as they are very helpful.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015