Melbourne

Dr Hal MacFie

Consultant in Sensory & Consumer Science

Hal MacFie Training Services
Company Registration No: 7864651
Company Address: 43 Manor Road
Keynsham, Bristol BS31 1RB, UK
Contact Tel: (44) 0117 9863590
Email: hal@halmacfie.com

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What is in your Statistical Toolkit?


A critical examination of some techniques widely used in sensory and consumer science
February 22nd 2018 Melbourne

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For course details and registration e-mail: hal@halmacfie.com


This one day workshop challenges some typical approaches to data analysis and reporting.

We start by discussing statistical significance, what it means and what it may not mean and encourage greater attention to the size of effects rather than just their statistical significance. This leads us to look at multiple comparison tests a topic of common concern.

We then consider three of the most widely used mapping techniques and compare and contrast the features they reveal in the data.

The day ends with a comparative analysis of classical and partial least squares regression and challenges the concept that complicated is always best.

There will be short practical workshops using XLSTAT and we hope to send you home with some new ideas and opinions on some widely used tools.


About the Lecturer

Anne Hasted began her career as an academic statistician at Reading University, leaving in 1989 to set up Qi Statistics Ltd offering statistical support to research and industry. She has over 25 years’ consultancy experience in the food, beverage and personal products industry, particularly in the area of product improvement and is an experienced trainer with a worldwide reputation for “user-friendly” training.


Course Details

9.30-11.00

Statistical Significance
Looking at Analysis of Variance results. What does significance mean? Is it useful? Multiple comparison tests – when and why should you use them. Focussing on the size of the effect – confidence intervals, effect size.

 

Coffee

11.30-12.30

Visualising Products in Multivariate Space 2
Principal Component Analysis -graphical explanation. Interpretation of maps. Overlaying related data using supplementary variables. Rotating factors for improved interpretation.
Correspondence Analysis – What does it do? When is it useful? When can it give misleading results – suggestions of alternative approaches.

 

Lunch

13.30-15.00

Visualising Products in Multivariate Space2
Canonical Variates – a less common approach but valuable if you want to visualise sensory panel or consumer cluster data allowing for variation in the mean scores. Comparison with PCA

 

Tea

15.15-17.00

Partial Least Squares
The method explained together with model fitting strategies. Are complex models always best? How to quantify what is best. Case study on modelling consumer acceptability using PLS and ordinary regression


Facility Description

Cliftons Brisbane is situated in an unbeatable location in the heart of Brisbane's CBD close to Central Station and Queen Street Mall.

This versatile venue boasts commanding views and comes fully equipped with the latest technology and industry leading infrastructure. Whatever your event, meeting or training hire needs, Cliftons Brisbane offers versatile solutions for seminars, video conferencing, computer training courses, meetings and corporate events. Your event will be fully supported with an on-site technical team, event co-ordinators and flexible catering options. Convenient access to parking, public transport, city shopping and restaurants makes Cliftons Brisbane an unbeatable venue choice.
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An exceptional conference and meeting venue in Melbourne CBD

Training rooms and meeting spaces for diverse business events

With abundant flexible space suitable for vast purposes, this venue is perfect for computer exams through to conferences, sales kick-offs or mediation meetings (and more).

Cliftons Melbourne offers tailored experiences with complete service and the ability to setup any technology or theming you require.

Take advantage of the expertise of our talented IT team and look forward to lunch with moreish chef-created cuisine.

With three large breakout areas, the venue offers attendees stylish spaces in which to unwind or mingle over unlimited espresso coffee.

Gaze on leafy Collins Street through floor to ceiling windows from our tranquil lounge on level 1.

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COURSE REGISTRATION FORM

Yes: Please enrol me in Hands on: Statistical Toolkit Course February 22nd 2018 Melbourne

The workshop will be held at Clifton’s excellent training facility in Melbourne, lunch will be provided and computers will be available loaded with XLSTAT. Each delegate will also receive a folder of training material and worked examples with comments and interpretation.

There is also the option to attend the course virtually from the comfort of your home or office for an additional fee of £150 (to cover the virtual set up and postage of training material)

Price: £600 per delegate  (10% reduction for multiple bookings from same company/institution)
Course Registration Fee : £600.00
Virtual Training Course £150.00

Registration Policy:  Registration is not final until payment is received. Unpaid spaces will be opened to new registrants 30 days ahead of courses.

Payment:  Payment may be made in, Euros, GB pounds or US Dollars via the Worldpay Gateway or into Currency accounts. Contact hal@halmacfie.com for routing and IBAN details of the currency account you require.

Refund policy: Cancellation of registration can be made up to 30 days ahead, and return of payments, minus reasonable administrative expenses, will be made for these cancellations. Cancellations within 15 to 30 days of the course start will receive a credit for a future course. Registrants who fail to attend or cancel less than 15 days prior to the seminar start date are responsible for the entire fee. Substitution of another person for the same course may be made at any time. 

 

 

Course Registration Fees

Courses

Price

Number of Places

Course Registration Fee

£600

Virtual Training Room

£150


Total: £

 
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Mailing address for registration and payment:
Dr H J H MacFie
43 Manor Road
Keynsham, Nr Bristol,
BS31 1RB, United Kingdom

Tel/Fax +44(0)1179863590

Electronic registration forms to Hal@halmacfie.com