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data-informed decision-making in a pandemic
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Data-informed Decision-Making in a Pandemic

Explore the data value chain to deal with a global pandemic!

Start date
anytime
Duration
40 h
Language
English

Overview

During the global COVID-19 pandemic, leaders in politics and businesses have to make lots of difficult decisions. Many conflicting interests have to be considered to find tradeoffs that keep damages in all aspects of public and private life as small as possible.

This course will examine how those decisions can be supported with data.

Which topics will be covered?

 

  • Data value chain
  • Statistical Indicators
  • Providing and exploiting data
  • interpreting results and deriving actions

What will I achieve?

By the end of this course I'll be able to...

  • Understand the functional principles, possibilities and limitations of data-informed decision-making.
  • Understand the role of data, statistics, forecasts and mathematical models in the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Develop a critical, but open-minded attitude towards data in complex decision processes.

This course fits especially well for...

  • Journalists, politicians and business leaders
  • everybody who's interested to make data-informed decisions

Who is offering this course?

Katharina Schueller
Katharina Schüller
STAT-UP
Julian Wüste-Rieback
Julian Wüste-Rieback
STAT-UP
Dr. Marleen De Smedt
Dr. Marleen De Smedt
FENStatS
Fulvia Mecatti
Fulvia Mecatti, PhD
FENStatS
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Lara Lusa, PhD
FENStatS
Dr. Walter J. Rademacher
Dr. Walter J. Radermacher
FENStatS

The creators of the learning opportunities are responsible for their content.

What else do I need to know?

Learning format:
Online course
Certification:
Record of Achievement
Level:
Beginner
License:
CC-BY-SA 4.0