Guest lecture – Empirical Research Methods course @TU Delft

Gave another, short guest lecture in the Empirical Research Methods (ERM) masters course at TU Delft. It is about using Bootstrapping to overcome a several obstacles in data analysis, including violation of the assumption of normality. Bootstrapping can be used to calculate new confidence intervals in order to permit the analyst again to perform tests that assume normality, such as t-tests, ANOVA, etc.

The lecture is recorded for OpenCourseWare, you can access it here.