7007 Sea Harbor Drive
9:00 a.m. Friday, Oct. 25, 2013
Many longtime BayesiaLab users have been asking for an advanced course. For the first time, and in conjunction with the BayesiaLab User Conference in Orlando, we are offering such a program. The instructor, Dr. Lionel Jouffe, will be focusing on many of the recently introduced or enhanced features of BayesiaLab, such as knowledge elicitation and optimization. A detailed syllabus is forthcoming.Terms & Conditions The tuition fee for the 2-day course for commercial participants is US$ 1,995.Members of government agencies, the military and non-profit organizations are eligible for a reduced tuition fee of US$ 1,495 (25% discount).*Student and faculty of accredited academic institutions are eligible for a reduced tuition fee of US$ 995 (50% discount).*The course fee includes a Conference Pass for the BayesiaLab User Conference on October, 24, at the same venue as the course. A 60-day license to the full version of BayesiaLab Professional 5.0.7 will be provided to all participants for installation on their computers prior to the event.Participants will be required to bring their own WiFi-enabled computer/laptop to the seminar (Windows XP/Vista/7 or Mac OS X).The course fee includes all training materials, beverages, lunch and snacks during the training.Accommodation in Orlando is at the participants' own expense, although negotiated rates are available at the seminar venue.*Proof of affiliation will be required upon registration. If you are not sure about your eligibility for reduced tuition fees, please email us at email@example.com.
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