# Statistical Analysis of Thesis and Student Research Projects

## Data

Official data in SubjectManager for the following academic year: 2023-2024

### Course director

• #### Dr. Kornélia BORBÁS-FARKAS

associate professor,
Institute of Bioanalysis

### Number of hours/semester

lectures: 6 hours

practices: 6 hours

seminars: 0 hours

total of: 12 hours

### Subject data

• Code of subject: OTF-080-T
• 1 kredit
• Biotechnology BSc
• Optional modul
• both semesters
Prerequisites:

OTN-MBBS-T completed , OTN-MBFB-T completed

min. 5 – max. 20

Available as Campus course for 5 fő számára. Campus-karok: ÁOK ETK GYTK TTK

## Topic

The aim of the course is the statistical processing of data obtained by students during the preparation of their Student Research Project or Thesis. During the course, students will have the opportunity to evaluate their own databases and to understand the theoretical background of the statistical methods used.
Within this course, we can offer advice and assistance in the statistical analysis of Student Research Project and Thesis.

## Lectures

• 1. Set the data and complete the database for statistical processing - Borbásné Dr. Farkas Kornélia
• 2. Select the right statistical methods - Dr. Dergez Tímea
• 3. Learn the theory of the selected methods - Kőnigné Dr. Péter Anikó
• 4. Interpret the results - Borbásné Dr. Farkas Kornélia
• 5. Interpret the results - Borbásné Dr. Farkas Kornélia
• 6. Conclusions - Borbásné Dr. Farkas Kornélia

## Practices

• 1. Set the data and complete the database for statistical processing
• 2. Select the right statistical methods
• 3. Learn the theory of the selected methods
• 4. Learn the theory of the selected methods
• 5. Interpret the results
• 6. Interpret the results

## Seminars

### Recommended literature

Andrew F. Siegel: Statistics and Data Analysis. An introduction, John Wiley & Sons, 1988
Douglas G. Altman: Practical Statistics for Medical Research, Chapman & Hall, 1994
P. Armitage and G. Berry: Statistical Methods in Medical Research, Blackwell Science, 1994
Robert R. Sokal / F. James Rohlf: Biometry, W. H. Freeman and Company, New York, 1981

## Conditions for acceptance of the semester

Requirement: present and apply the methods. The course will be finished by processing your own data.

## Mid-term exams

individual report

Consultation

## Exam topics/questions

individual report

## Instructor / tutor of practices and seminars

• Borbásné Dr. Farkas Kornélia
• Dr. Dergez Tímea
• Dr. Makszin Lilla
• Kőnigné Dr. Péter Anikó