HOPE project scientists trained in data analysis and drafting results
ICRISAT’s Biometrics Unit conducted a two-week Data Analysis and Results Drafting workshop for the HOPE project on 20-31 May in Nairobi, Kenya. The workshop trained the partners on methodically organizing, curating and analyzing data sets of single/multi-environment regional trials and on drafting interpreted and analyzed results
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Twenty-six participants from the NARS of Uganda, Ethiopia, Kenya, Southern Sudan, Tanzania, Malawi and Eritrea participated in the workshop. Data sets from partners were collected and cleaned for influential observation problems and put in the form of templates usable for statistical analysis and data management software. More importantly, the workshop made available all the data sets in the proper format, with project coordinators enabling their sharing as global public goods through data sharing platforms.
Among those who facilitated the workshop were Drs Mary Mgonja and Henry Ojulong, Mr Patrick Sheunda and Ms Christine Wangari (ICRISAT-Nairobi) and Dr Abhishek Rathore, Mr AnilKumar V and Ms Roma Rani Das (ICRISAT headquarters).