Graduate course in statistical methods in earth sciences (correlations, regressions, bootstrap, etc)
|19 Jun 2009||MathWorks Classroom Resources Team||
This is a graduate level course in statistical methods frequently used to interpret model results and observations in earth sciences. Topics covered include correlations and significance; linear regressions; empirical orthogonal functions; and uncertainty estimates from error propagation, Monte Carlo, and Boot Strap methods.
Target audience: Graduate
Institution: Princeton University
Materials available: Presentations, Downloadable code or data files