SSCC Training Classes - Fall 2017

Title Date Time Instructor
SSCC Orientation8/151:30 - 2:00SSCC Staff
SSCC Orientation8/2212:00 - 12:30SSCC Staff
Stata for Researchers (Full) 8/28, 8/299:00 - 12:30Dimond
R for Researchers - Condensed (Full) 8/28, 8/291:00 - 4:30Banghart
SSCC Orientation8/312:00 - 3:00SSCC Staff
Introduction to Stata (Full) 9/59:00 - 12:30Dimond
Introduction to R (Full) 9/51:00 - 4:30Banghart
Introduction to Stata9/81:30 - 5:00Dimond
Introduction to R9/151:30 - 5:00Banghart
SAS for Researchers9/18, 9/19, 9/20,
9/21, 9/22
9:00 - 11:00Hemken
Stata for Researchers9/19, 9/21, 9/26,
9/28, 10/3, 10/5
2:30 - 3:45Dimond
Stata for Researchers (Full) 9/22, 9/29, 10/6,
10/13
2:00 - 4:00Dimond
R for Researchers - Condensed10/9, 10/10, 10/11,
10/12, 10/13
5:00 - 6:30Hemken
Introduction to NVivo10/101:00 - 3:00Durkin
Managing Your Citations with EndNote Basic10/172:00 - 3:00Durkin
Stata Programming (Full) 10/202:00 - 3:15Dimond
Stata Workshop: Automated Reports10/272:00 - 3:15Dimond

To register for a class, click on its title. All SSCC training classes require registration. These are in-person classes, not online, though materials for many classes are also available online in the SSCC's Statistical Computing Knowledge Base.

Not finding what you need? We're happy to answer questions about future classes and take suggestions. SSCC's statistical consultants can also do customized training for groups with special needs. This includes introductions to Stata, R, SAS, SPSS, and MPlus plus a variety of advanced topics. Just email ctefft@ssc.wisc.edu. ACI also keeps a list of research computing events across campus.