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Staff members of the Statistical Engineering Division regularly offer short courses on uncertainty analysis, design of experiments, and other topics in statistical metrology at NIST, at conferences open to the public, and at other government agencies. Prospective attendees of short courses at NIST include NIST scientists, engineers and technicians, industrial metrologists, staff members of other national laboratories, and metrologists from other national metrology institutes.
Courses consist of lecture, discussion, and hands-on exercises designed to give users practical experience with the featured statistical methods and software tools.
Listings of statistical metrology short courses given by the Statistical Engineering Division in the recent past can be found here (courses given for NIST staff) and here (courses open to the public).
Staff from the Department of Homeland Security participate in a hands-on exercise as part of the SED short course on experiment design. (Photo credit: Dennis Leber, Jim Filliben/NIST)
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