Science, Society and Data Analysis
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While it was an absolute drag to have to take this considering I thought it to be in no way relevant to my degree, I owe the coordinator and tutors eternal thanks for teaching what they did. Although I wouldn't really recommend it to any non-science students, if you're doing a science major (particularly any biological sciences) I would seriously recommend it solely for the invaluable knowledge and skills you get which will be helpful for the rest of your degree. While the labs start out easy and quick to complete (working through pre-written R programs to learn the coding), the work expected to be completed in the tutorial time was definitely way too much for later half of the semester. The assignments were well spaced out and most of the content for them was taught thoroughly before the date opened (the parts that weren't were acknowledged and taught the next week, and the assignment was open for several weeks anyway). Overall a very valuable unit in terms of skill development on programs such as excel and R.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019
I did this unit last year and I absolutely hated it. To be honest though, this is probably the first unit where I actually learned something (excel). The non-excel parts were stupid and irrelevant but this unit made me really confident and knowledgeable in excel.
Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014
This is a crap unit. Unless you have to study it as part of your Science major, avoid at all costs!