54 Singaporean scholars joined our BayesiaLab short course that concluded on Friday. Congratulations to all who persevered through this intense two-day training program. We've never had so many professors and PhDs in any of our classes. Singapore, truly a "smart nation"! www.bayesia.sg
Our most recent BayesiaLab course concluded successfully last Friday in Silicon Valley. Congratulations to the newly certified scientists! Now off to Singapore, where we'll be hosting a series of workshops and courses over the next 10 days.
Next week you'll have a chance to explore the mysteries of causal inference with a powerful new weapon: Directed Acyclic Graphs. Learn from one of the leading researchers in this field, Dr. Felix Elwert, by joining our two-day course in San Jose (June 15-16) on causal identification and estimation. You will see how you can transform a bewildering enigma into a well-defined problem, and that there is even software to help you. Learn More & Register
Today, five more researchers achieved the top-level BayesiaLab certification by completing the highly-demanding advanced course in Paris. Congratulations! Now off to Silicon Valley, where we will be hosting a series of courses beginning June 15.
Freshly certified, these researchers are all smiles at the conclusion of the latest BayesiaLab course on May 22nd in Paris. Congratulations! An advanced BayesiaLab course is next on the schedule, June 2-4, also in Paris. Please see our complete course schedule for this summer.
Congratulations to the scientists who successfully completed this week's BayesiaLab course in Chicago! Hosting the course in one of Chicago's landmarks added some extra Windy City flair to our program. Now off to Silicon Valley, where our weeklong program will start on June 15 with Felix Elwert's course on causal inference. There is still time to sign up!
Congratulations to the graduates of this week's BayesiaLab course in Singapore! Three days of intense coursework have paid off for this group of Singaporean and Malaysian scientists. Our next stop is Sydney, Australia, where another 3-day BayesiaLab course starts on Monday.