McDevitt & Kline Continuing Education Workshops

Statistics training that makes sense

At Statistical Horizons, you can learn the latest statistical methods in an efficient, affordable and enjoyable manner. We offer short seminars on a wide variety of popular statistical methods—methods that are not offered in many graduate programs. Our instructors are all well-known experts in their fields. They are also outstanding teachers who are highly skilled at making statistics understandable.

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Making Your First GitHub R Project: Check out the Code Horizons blog, where Aaron Gullickson explains the benefits of using git for R projects and how to create your first repository using GitHub.

Learn Statistics On Demand

Survival Analysis with Paul Allison on November 1-29, 2021. This seminar covers both the theory and practice of statistical methods for event-time data. It will provide a thorough introduction to such topics as censoring, Kaplan-Meier estimation, Cox regression, discrete-time methods, competing risks, and repeated events. 


Join Matthew Diemer, Professor at the University of Michigan in the Combined Program in Education & Psychology (CPEP) and in the Educational Studies program, on November 18-20 for Psychometrics.

Paul Smaldino, Associate Professor of Cognitive and Information Sciences and faculty in the Quantitative and Systems Biology graduate group at the University of California, Merced, will teach Introduction to Agent-Based Modeling on December 2-4.


New dates are being added weekly. Click here to see our current calendar.

Code Horizons

Have you checked out the new Code Horizons website? Click here to learn about our newest initiative.

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Felix Elwert
Felix Elwert, PhD., is the Romnes Professor of Sociology and Professor of Biostatistics and Population Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Editor in Chief of Sociological Methods & Research.

Kristopher Preacher
Kristopher J. Preacher, Ph.D., is Professor in the Quantitative Methods program in the Department of Psychology and Human Development at Vanderbilt University.

Rocío Titiunik
Rocío Titiunik, Ph.D., is Professor of Politics at Princeton University.




Multilevel Modeling:
Second Course

Remote Seminar
Kristopher Preacher, Instructor
October 21-23

Instrumental Variables
Remote Seminar
Felix Elwert, Instructor
October 21-23

Regression Discontinuity Designs
Remote Seminar
Rocío Titiunik, Instructor
October 28-30

Longitudinal Data Analysis
Using R

Remote Seminar
Stephen Vaisey, Instructor
October 28-30

Survival Analysis
On Demand
Paul Allison, Instructor
November 1-29

Categorical Structural
Equation Modeling

Remote Seminar
Kevin Grimm, Instructor
November 4-6

Introduction to Structural
Equation Modeling

Remote Seminar
Paul Allison, Instructor
November 4-6

Introduction to Python for
Data Analysis

Remote Seminar
Jason Anastasopoulos, Instructor
November 11-13

Introduction to Social
Network Analysis

Remote Seminar
John Skvoretz, Instructor
November 11-13


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We have an exciting giveaway for members of the Statistical Horizons community! For the first time, you can now download a complimentary copy of Dr. Paul Allison’s Fixed Effects Regression Methods for Longitudinal Data
Using SAS

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Paul D. Allison, Ph.D., is President of Statistical Horizons and Professor Emeritus of the University of Pennsylvania. He has been offering short courses in statistics for over 30 years.