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8. Feb 2021

Introduction to Statistics and R (March 5, 12, 19 and 26, 2021 |online)

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R has become a leading statistical programming language in data science and statistics. The R software is free, highly extensible, and allows to easily produce publication-quality plots. The aim of this course is to equip participants with the basic skills to effectively use the software R, embedded in the user interface RStudio. These skills will cover data import, processing and data exploration, graphical representations with ggplot2, basic concepts of statistical inference and linear regression. All topics will be demonstrated in working examples and practiced with hands on examples.

The course will be split in two parts. In the first two days we are going to teach the basic functionality of R, RStudio, and ggplot2. Day three and four are dedicated to the application of statistical tests, which will be extended to linear mixed-effects models.

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22. Dec 2020

Presentation and Rhetorics (January 27 & February 2, 2021 | online)

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Topics

  • Effective introduction for scientific lectures
  • Parameters of nonverbal communication: Effective gestures,
    dominant body language and self-confident appearance
  • The power of the voice: Intonation and speech form
  • Flexible use of rhetorical means and optimization of expression
  • confident handling of disturbances, critical questions and mishaps:
    Strategies and response formulas
  • How to generate attention and create a positive atmosphere
  • Communicate core messages clearly and structure content
  • The Lincoln technique, segmenting the audience and CFA to exit
  • “The salt in the soup”: Mode change for lively presentations
  • Best practice examples from the USA and Great Britain; literature and Video recommendations
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17. Dec 2020

Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year 2021

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Dear doctoral students and postdocs,

we would like to thank you for continuing efforts during your research studies at Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in this challenging year 2020.
Your research results contribute to our universities good scientific reputation in Germany and world-wide.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year 2021.

The InGrA team

1. Nov 2019

Blog under construction

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Welcome to the blog of the International Graduate Academy (InGrA) of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. The blog is under construction.


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