Attorney Brown Completes Statistics: Making Sense of Data Course
Attorney Brown earned a Statement of Accomplishment for the the eight week Statistics: Making Sense of Data course offered by the University of Toronto via Coursera. The noncredit course covered many areas of statistics including data interpretation, confidence intervals, sample size calculation, significance tests, and linear regression.The course included significant hands-on analysis of data problems and a R programming language track which was very helpful—R is an important computing language for data analysis.
Understanding statistics becomes increasingly important in today’s law practice and absolutely essential for advanced topics such as machine learning, eDiscovery, cryptography, predictive coding, and predictive analytics—main topics in Attorney Brown’s law practice.
Attorney Brown received a Statement of Accomplishment for the non-credit course. Prior to law practice, Attorney Brown served as a Senior Research Associate in statistical policy research and worked on national survey research projects.