This free webinar introduces modern methods for statistical analysis of data with nondetects. While a complete understanding will be available soon in our online course Nondetects and Data Analysis, this webinar will let you avoid common errors, and get started. What you will learn:
Dennis Helsel (Ph.D. Environmental Science and Engineering) is a consultant and trainer on statistical methods for environmental and natural resource scientists through his firm, Practical Stats. He has authored three textbooks including Statistics for Censored Environmental Data using Minitab and R (2012), which presents methods for handling data below detection/reporting limits. He regularly conducts webinars, seminars and courses on topics such as Urban Legends in Environmental Statistics and Statistics for Contaminated Sites. He worked as a hydrologist, geochemist, and statistician for 30 years at the US Geological Survey before starting Practical Stats. For his training courses in applied statistics within and outside North America he received the Distinguished Achievement Award in 2003 from the American Statistical Association’s Section on Statistics and the Environment.