Friday, October 6th, 1.30 -5.30pm, University of Fribourg, Pérolles 90, Fribourg.
This event, free of charge for participants, was organized in collaboration with the Swiss Statistical Society (SSS).
The workshop took place at the University of Fribourg. Its aim was to popularize academics activities in the area of statistics and their applications in data science. We have notably introduced fuzzy statistics, with some computer demos.
Book of abstracts and presented posters available here
|14:00-14:45||Laurent Donzé: Why fuzzy logic in statistics? An introduction|
|14:45-15:15||Redina Berkachy: Demonstration with R how to analyse data in a fuzzy perspective|
|15:15-15:45||Coffee, demos, and poster session|
|Corinne Hager Jörin: The different interpretations of 2×2 contingency tables|
|Nayla Sokhn: Structure and Dynamics of niche-overlap graphs|
|Martin Huber: Detecting heterogeneous effects of an experimental educational intervention based on machine learning|
|16:45-17:30||Aperitive and discussion|