All short courses and seminars
Email Isobel for small group or in-house alternatives.
Courses in the next couple of months
Mineral Resource Estimation BYO course (previously cancelled!) NOW planned for Johannesburg, 11-13 November. Cheapest consultancy service you will ever get!!
Great news, we have found another organiser for the Accra gig. Now scheduled for 30th November to 3rd December. Sign up before end-October to get the early-bird rate.
Contact Isobel to express interest in any of the above or in-house training or one-to-one mentoring.
For personal training options visit One-to-one training
All courses taught by
with rare and invaluable assistance from Bill Harper in North America and Hennie Grobler (UJ) in South Africa.
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Zero to Kriging: As the name suggests, this course takes interested students from no knowledge of statistics or geostatistics through to the mysteries of ordinary kriging and its variants in 30 hours (or less). This is a classroom course and includes manual exercises to reinforce understanding of the techniques. Contact Isobel for information re venues.
Practical Geostatistics This course is 3 days which are equivalent to Zero to Kriging with lectures augmented by practical PC/laptop-based exercises covering many different applications. Contact Isobel or Edumine if you have questions about this.
BYO Geostatistics: This course allows the participant to analyse his/her own data using the Geostokos Toolkit under supervision. Tutorial data sets are provided to accustom the student to the software. Recent courses have attracted participants with applications varying from sea-bird protection zones, river pollution, pests in orange groves to more traditional(?) applications such as groundwater hydrology and geological resource estimation. Contact Isobel or Edumine for local information re venue, accommodation and so on.
Real Geostatistics: This is a new(ish) course, run for the first time at the University of Florida, Gainesville in December 2005. Described as an “intermediate” course on geostatistics, this two-day seminar uses case studies to illustrate the use of geostatistical methods in a variety of applications
Study online with the option to gain formal credits through EduMine. Two courses cover the contents of Practical Geostatistics 2000:
Classical Statistics: Click here for statistics, lognormals, trend surfaces and much more
Spatial statistics: click
here for inverse distance, semi-variograms, kriging and variations