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Kenya Product Innovations Analyst

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An R job that is based in Kenya that would be of I teredt to some of our audience. Part of the Oneacre project. https://www.r-users.com/jobs/kenya-product-innovations-analyst/

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Error messages from factors.

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Dear Miranda, Thanks for the insightful material under data management. Kindly note that: 1. When I use as.factor(Pedigree) it will not work for me. I get an error message in RStudio. 2. When I use…

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Questions?

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The aim of this website is to provide World Class statistical training on various statistical methods and help researchers in their work while both in academic surrounds and outside in other employment. With the combined…

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Our #ACSME2016 Poster

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For those not attending the Australian Conference for Mathematics and Science Education 2016, and those that are who have visited our poster and want a take home copy, let me present in all its splendor…

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Membership now open!

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After much tinkering with the website, we are proud to announce that you can now become a member of the Bespoke e-style Statistical Training site by registering here. This is part of our continued commitment…

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International Women’s Day

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Yesterday was International Women’s Day and has been celebrated by a number of the team at the University of Queensland’s International Women’s Day lunch. We see that women have an invaluable role in Agriculture in…

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Spreading our wings…

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Since we are trying to now publicise the Statistical Training a little more, we have extended our wings to twitter @BeST_MYM and Google+ at BeST – Bespoke e-style Statistical Training for Africa as well as…

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Organic Farming to feed the world?

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As BeST for Africa is part of the SIMLESA project which promote sustainable agriculture, this recent article in The Independent caught our eyes. The article summarises a recent paper published in Nature Plants, which reviews…

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Resurrection plants

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Over December at BeST we have been taking a little time to relax and to travel. It also gave us a little time to explore the topics that we hope our statistical training can help…

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African Data Initiative

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Here at BeST we are producing a course for African Agricultural Researchers to develop their skills in Statistics and Experimental Design. In a similar project the African Data Initiative are developing a course with a…

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