Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners Short Course – Session 1

Virtual

This event is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 14, 2022. A registration form can be found below.  Session 1 Description: Probability Concepts and their Relevance to Forensic Science is the first session in the three-session short course, Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners.  Probability is the mathematical language of uncertainty. Probabilities are used to […]

Webinar: handwriter: A Demonstration and Update on CSAFE Handwriting Analysis

Online Learning

CSAFE invites researchers, collaborators, and members of the broader forensics and statistics communities to participate in our Summer 2022 Webinar Series on Tuesday, October 18, 2022, from 11:00am-Noon CT. The presentation will be “handwriter: A Demonstration and Update on CSAFE Handwriting Analysis.” Presenter: Alicia Carriquiry Director, Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence (CSAFE) […]

Free

Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners Short Course – Session 2

This event is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 21, 2022. A registration form can be found below.  Session 2 Description: Session 2: Sampling, Statistics and the Status Quo is the second session in the four-part short course, Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners.  Statistical ideas such as sampling, point and interval estimation of population […]

Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners Short Course – Session 3

This event is scheduled to take place on Friday, October 28, 2022. A registration form can be found below.  Session 3 Description: Session 3: Quantitative Tools for Forensic Evidence is the third session in the four-part short course, Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners.  The National Academies report in 2009 and the PCAST report in 2016 […]

Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners Short Course – Session 4

This event is scheduled to take place on Friday, November 4, 2022. A registration form can be found below.  Session 4 Description: Session 4: Quantitative Tools for Forensic Evidence Part 2 is the final session in the four-part short course, Statistical Thinking for Forensic Practitioners.  The National Academies report in 2009 and the PCAST report […]