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Learning Statistical Tests makes learning fun on its online portal

October 3, 2013

The company has launched an online portal for teaching Anova, T Test, Chi Square Test and many more programs

(PRWEB) October 03, 2013

The online portal recently launched by Learning Statistical Tests will remove the challenges of conducting statistical research. The organisation is aware of the difficulties that students and working professionals face while collecting data and analysing them. To make statistical research hassle free, it has devised a new way of learning statistics by combining theoretical knowledge with practical applications, and including real world examples in the course module.

Over the years, there has been a constant increase in the demand for statisticians in every arena, be it government departments, education, banking, agriculture or media. The online portal will help people from these industries succeed in their careers by making complex programs simple to understand. Using the portal is easy, as there is a step-by-step guide, which has been developed with focus on clients with little knowledge of statistical tests. Candidates only need to register with the portal and log in to start availing the benefits offered.

This is expected to be a novel yet effective teaching approach to help students and professionals understand the fundamentals of Anova, Chi Square Test, T Test, and Multi Variate Analysis. The portal will combine interactive learning, animated modules, real time sample group selection and practical questionnaire designing.

About us:

Learning Statistical Tests aims at making statistics fun and easy to understand. Statisticians, professors, and web designers working with the company come up with new content on a regular basis and present it in an easy-to-understand manner. For more information on the packages, please contact the sales team at sales@learningstatisticaltests.com.

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