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Statistical analysis of data and the programs and methods used

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3 days
12 sessions
24 hours
10-30 participants

Programme goals

The program is a basic training for various tools and procedures used to collect data with the intention to analyze them, to remove deviations that occur, to further use them in the analysis and to come to a conclusion about the changes that occur with over time. Organizations use analytical results to achieve positive change in the society in which they operate. The aim of the training is to explain the advantages of applying statistical analysis through different types of programs and how they can be used to analyze a particular phenomenon that is in the domain of their field of work and operation.

Contribution towards development of knowledge, skills and competences

At the end of the training the participants will:

  • master the basics of statistics and the needs for statistical analysis;
  • gain knowledge of the basic concepts used in statistics and their meaning;
  • They will master the basic stages that the statistical action goes through;
  • They will master what the statistical data collection plan should contain;
  • master the way data should be collected through clear, concise and concisely formulated questions whose answers should be further elaborated;
  • master the basic terms used in statistics and their meaning;
  • learn how to process and organize data, make statistical series, display final results in tables or graphs;
  • understand the basics of statistical analysis and how to interpret the results obtained;
  • Fundamentals of the SPSS program most commonly used in statistical analysis.

Programme content

  • definition of statistics, the subject of its study and statistical data, statistical units and statistical features (qualitative and quantitative) and the differences between them
  • ways of collecting and selecting data that can be used and analyzed and correctly interpreted in the field of operation and operation of CSOs
  • methodologies used for statistical analysis (statistical census, statistical report) and relevant sources from where and how data are collected
  • statistical data collection plan
  • representative sample
  • types of statistics (categorical and numerical) and how they are used to be considered reliable
  • sources from which the data are collected, analysis of data published on the website of the State Statistical Office of RSM and NBRM, while for international data the website of EUROSTAT, World Bank
  • statistical table, statistical unit and statistical series
  • analysis of time development and dynamics of mass phenomena
  • graphical representation of data (diagrams, cartograms, histograms)
  • computational, arithmetic mean sizes and harmonically weighted environment and how they are determined
  • the rule of struges
  • notion of correlation (simple and multiple) and correlation coefficient
  • SPSS program

Programme coordinator

Vesna Gligorova

Vesna Gligorova has obtained a master's degree in Economic Sciences (MSc), major in European studies on University „Ss Cyril and Methodius” Faculty of Economics in Skopje with title of the Master thesis “The Perspectives of the European Labor Market after the last Enlargement and the Reformed Lisbon Treaty”. Her previous educational background was also in the sphere of economy on the Faculty of Economics in Skopje on department financial management.

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