Livestream participants have access to the slides directly via BayesiaLab, and have access to a reliable livestream of the session, showing what is projected on screen to on-site participants.
Livestream Session Format
- The classroom session will be streamed in real-time, i.e., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (local time at course venue).
- You can watch the content projected in the classroom and simultaneously hear the instructor's voice via a real-time GoToMeeting connection. You will see the presentation slides and software demos shown on the screen.
- You will have access to the slides and to a complete recording of the livestream for 60 days after the event via the BayesiaLab's Media Center.
- Given the one-way nature of a livestream broadcast, you will not be able to ask questions or actively participate in the classroom discussion. Furthermore, the instructor will not be able to provide you with any of the hands-on support that would be available in the classroom.
- The livestream video content will be distributed in HD, i.e., in a resolution of 1920 x 1080. The quality on your screen will depend on the speed of your Internet connection. Bayesia cannot guarantee the quality or reliability of the livestream on your end.
- You will need to have a computer running Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, or Mac OS X to participate in the livestream session and run BayesiaLab.
During the 3-day seminar, the participants have access to BayesiaLab Professional Edition to be able to participate in the exercises.
After the seminar, participants will have access to a 60-Day license of BayesiaLab Education Edition. It is functionally equivalent to the full commercial edition of BayesiaLab Professional used during the training session, with the following exceptions:
- The number of variables/nodes is limited to 50.
- The maximum size of a data set for learning is 1,000 rows/records.