University of Minnesota
School of Physics & Astronomy

Ast 4031.001

Interpretation and Analysis of Astrophysical Data

Session: Spring 2017 (1/17-5/05)
Instructor: M. Claudia Scarlata (e-mail: scarlata @ astro.umn.edu)
Time: 1430 MW
Location: Physics & Nanotechnology 120

Modern astrophysics research relies on sophisticated statistical methods to interpret and analyze the large amount of data characteristic of new experiments. In this course, students will be introduced to statistical analysis techniques to interpret/analyze large data sets from astrophysical experiments. Applications of
the principles/methods of analysis to current research will be covered. For senior undergraduate/graduate students in Physics/Astronomy.

prereq: [Math 2243 or 2373 or equivalent[, [Math 2263 or 2374 or equivalent], Ast 2001 or instr consent

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