PR statistics was founded by Oliver Hooker during his PhD. His aim was to provide high quality, ecology based courses for people at various stages of their academic and professional career.
/This is done by providing a platform with which research driven and pioneering scientists in academia with a strong affiliation with statistics and ecology, can connect with not only new up-and-coming scientists, but also those with different research interests and disciplines. Since running its first workshop in December 2014, by the end of 2019 PR statistics, PR informatics and PS statistics will have delivered over 160 individual courses and workshops. This has allowed us to provide training for over 2200 scientists from nearly 350 different institutes spanning over 68 countries making us the largest and most leading independant training compnay for statistics and bioinformatics in Europe. Currently across our three companies we provide traing for approx. 550 people a year A majority of these scientists are PhD students, (~55%), but we also receive a lot of applicants from Dr’s already in research and academia, (~40%) and Prof’s who are further on in their career (~5%). During 2018/19 financial year after acquiring our bespoke teaching rooms in Glasgow we significantly increased the number and variety of courses being provided to 36 from 19 the previous year, this includes courses overseas, in-house courses and consultancy. Please keep checking our website for updates; If you would like to register for email updates please email email@example.com. If you have a large group of potential participants then please inquire about the possibility of in-house courses and let PR statistics come to you. Email Oliver Hooker (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details.
During 2019/2020 financial year you will see a significant increase in the number, (30 already scheduled) and variety of courses, please keep checking our website for updates; If you would like to register for email updates please email email@example.com.
If you are interested in some of our courses or workshops but are unsure about the suitability, for example regarding the course content or required computational or statistical ability please feel free to contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can advise. You can browse upcoming courses chronologically by selecting the courses tab. Under each course title you will find further details, such as course timetables, details on the instructors, the venues and how to register. Alternatively you can search different courses by instructor, in case they specialise in the same field of research as you or if you are interested to see what other courses they provide; you can search by venue to help you find courses closest to you.
- Are leading experts in their field of research
- Regularly author and contribute to statistical packages
- Published in scientific journals
- Develop new statistical methods
- Passionate and enthusiastic teachers
You can read about all our instructors, find out about their background, current research interests and their roles in academia on the instructors page.
Group cohesion is always greater which in turn transpires in to a more enjoyable learning experience during classes. It removes the stress of arranging additional travel, accommodation and meals, reduces the overall cost and provides a fun environment in the evenings to unwind, discuss research and make friends (or even collaborations).
All our venues are either situated in national parks or areas of high ecological interest so there is always something to appeal to ecologists. The importance of this is it provides distractions, a reason to escape outside after classes, allowing time to relax which in turn helps the learning process. On our venues page you can read about our different venues, check out their websites and find details on how to arrive (and depart) from courses to make things as stress-free as possible.