“Workshop on Applied Statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics for Legal Studies”- GNLU (23-24 September,2017)

By | September 18, 2017
Gandhinagar National Law University

About Training Program

The aim of the course on Applied Statistics is to give the fundamentals of statistical analysis. This course introduces the basics of statistics for engineers to summarize numerical and categorical data obtained from surveys, experiments, etc.

The topics include different data types, measures of location, variability, shape, and association between variables.

SPSS is a Windows-based program that can be used to perform data entry and analysis and to create tables and graphs. SPSS is capable of handling large amounts of data and can perform all of the analyses covered in the text and much more.

 Training Program Objective

The students/participants if equipped with the tools of Applied Statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics for Legal Studies would be able to carry out advanced and detailed research activities. Often, legal research lacks a quantitative appreciation. This course aims at providing the participants with an ability to use empirical data and analyse them subsequently to give them a fruitful conclusion to their research project.

Course Methodology

  •  Lectures
  • Case Analysis
  • Computer-based use of IBM SPSStools

Study/Reference Material

  • Reading/ reference material would be provided after the registration.
  • Computers in GNLU are equipped with SPSS tools.

How to apply

Each applicant shall have to fill-in and submit online registration form, and payment form with requisite fees by following the link given below and selecting the category “Workshop on Applied Statistics using IBM SPSS Statistics for Legal Studies”

Payment Link

Registration Link

For any queries please feel free to email or contact,

Bedanta Chakraborty at +91 9727961507

(bedantachakraborty97@gmail.com

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