1: Reading Science Articles 2: Reading Materials Written for Broader Publics 3: Describing Data 4: Communicating Through Statistical Graphs 5: Communicating through Code 6: Organizing the Story 7: Writing the First Draft 8: Taking Care with Statistical Terms 9: Crafting Words and Sentences 10: Revising: Drafts #2 ThroughEL 11: Embracing Your Role as a Scientist 12: Building a Portfolio
Deborah Nolan is Professor of Statistics and Associate Dean for Undergraduate Education in the Division of Computing, Data Science, and Society at the University of California, Berkeley, where she holds the Zaffaroni Family Chair in Undergraduate Education. Her research has involved the empirical process, high-dimensional modeling, and, more recently, technology in education and reproducible research. Sara Stoudt is an applied statistician whose work primarily focuses on environmental and ecological applications. She is currently a lecturer at Smith College. She received her PhD in Statistics from UC Berkeley. Prior to that she received a B.A. in Mathematics (with an emphasis on statistics) from Smith College.