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Past External SED Short Courses

Past Statistical Metrology Short Courses Open to the Public


Hands-on Workshop on Assessing and Reporting Measurement Uncertainty
March 10-12 , 2014 in Long Beach, CA

This short course covers many aspects of the propagation of uncertainty using the methods outlined in the JCGM Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement. Exercises and hands-on applications will use functions for uncertainty analysis from the free software package, metRology, written for the open-source R statistical computing environment. The functions will be accessed via an Excel graphical user interface that is available as a free add-in. This short course is being given as part of the 2014 Measurement Science Conference.

Hands-on Workshop on Assessing and Reporting Measurement Uncertainty

March 18-19 , 2013 in Anaheim, CA

This short course covers many aspects of the propagation of uncertainty using the methods outlined in the JCGM Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement. Exercises and hands-on applications will use functions for uncertainty analysis from the free software package, metRology, written for the open-source R statistical computing environment. The functions will be accessed via an Excel graphical user interface that is available as a free add-in. This short course is being given as part of the 2013 Measurement Science Conference.

A listing of upcoming short courses on statistical metrology that are open to the public can be accessed here.

Created September 10, 2013, Updated September 21, 2016