Are you drawing accurate conclusions? Learn how to use StatXact to accurately analyze small, skewed or sparse data
Join Chris Corcoran in this example-based discussion, which will introduce you to some basic exact statistical procedures provided in StatXact. Chris will illustrate why exact analysis can be crucial in providing accurate results in some very common settings, particularly those involving small or sparse samples. He will also discuss the computational advantages that allow StatXact to provide the fastest results among any available software options.
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Meet the Speaker
Chris Corcoran is the David B. Haight Professor of Analytics in the Huntsman School of Business at Utah State University, and serves as the head of the Data Analytics and Information Systems department. He earned a degree in Statistics and Computer Science in 1995, before completing a doctorate in Biostatistics at Harvard University in 1999. He joined USU as a faculty member in Mathematics and Statistics, and served as head of that department before moving to the Huntsman School of Business in 2019. In addition to teaching courses in introductory and advanced statistics, including categorical data analysis and computational statistics, Chris has spent a large part of his career working with large interdisciplinary public health and biomedical studies, including research in Alzheimer's disease, cognition in aging, birth defects, cancer, hip fracture among the elderly, and the genetic causes of chronic disease.