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Training future public health practitioners in Kyoto

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The School of Public Health at Kyoto University has fully adopted JMP® software for lectures and laboratory courses in its Department of Biostatistics. The school aims to train future public health practitioners with varying educational backgrounds in the statistical concepts they will need to execute a research plan in the field.

Students use JMP® Pro software in a biostatistics course to learn how to find meaningful results in public health data.

The usability of JMP is well suited to statistics education. Whether beginner or advanced, students learn and embrace statistics quickly. A well-designed, bal­anced experiment addressing relevant factors can provide a meaningful result in their research, and can increase the students’ skill level to the point that they can solve statistical problems.

Read the entire article at https://www.jmp.com/en_us/customer-stories/kyoto-univ.html

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