I hope everyone is doing well. I have moved to the US six months ago to start a grad school next year. I volunteered in one of the labs of the cancer center at the university I look to enroll at its program. I'm well trained in bench work which makes everyone pleased with my experiments conducting but I'm terrible at data. I know nothing about data, I just started a free course that was presented by Stanford called ( Statistics in Medicine) but I need someone to guide me to more introductory books and subjects that would help me to interpret data. I refer to it as data without specification because it's really gibberish to me, we do gene expression and I find myself lost when looking at heat maps, they keep talking talking about R program, regression and and a lot of terms that leave me clueless. I'm very embarrassed to ask anyone about that in person since it's basics for US students as well as most of international students but not for me.
Please advise me where to start. This forum is great. The last time I've been here I was able to learn a lot of things about Flow Cytometry which helped to understand and do sorting and FACS and so on.