Continuous data


Workshop 7: Analysing data & writing reports – Putting all of the pieces together

Do you think vaccines cause autism? That climate change isn’t real? That eating genetically modified crops is safe? That antibiotics can cure a cold? Scientific evidence helps us answer all of these questions. Being able to communicate our findings is an important scientific skill. Check out this video of last year’s 3 minute thesis (3MT) competition winner in action.

It’s said that maths, often statistics, are the language of science so knowing how to analyse and present data is a core skill. In this workshop we worked in small groups to produce graphs and descriptive statistics to describe the outcome of an experiment. We then worked through how we would present this in a scientific report.

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