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BIOSTATS 540 - Fall 2021
Introduction to Biostatistics
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
UMass Amherst
Instructor: Carol Bigelow




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1. Summarizing Data

2. Data Visualization

3. Probability: Basics

4. Probabilities in Epidemiology

5. Populations and Samples

6. Bernoulli and Binomal Distributions


7. Normal Distribution


8. Statistical Literacy: Estimation and Hypothesis Testing


9. One Sample Inference

10. Two Sample Inference


11. Chi Square Tests


12. Simple Linear Regression and Correlation

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Unit 12. Simple Linear Regression and Correlation

1. Introduction
2. Learning Module
3. Activities
4. Resources

 

(1) Introduction
ppt INTRODUCTION (Source: Whitlock and Schluter ) Overheads 16 - Correlation (pdf, 6 slides)
ppt INTRODUCTION (Source: Whitlock and Schluter ) Overheads 17 - Regression (pdf, 12 slides)
ppt INTRODUCTION (Source: John McGready, JHSPH Methods in Biostatistics II) Simple Linear Regression (pdf, 19 slides)
ppt INTRODUCTION(Source: John McGready, JHSPH Methods in Biostatistics II) Linear Regresion - Motivating Example (pdf, 23 slides)
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(2) Learning Module
BIOSTATS 540 Fall 2021 Course notes, 12. Simple Linear Regression & Correlation forthcoming
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(3) Activities
(Source: www.artofstat.come) WebApps > Fit Linear Regression Model (html)
R Users (Source: www.r-tutor.com R Tutorials) Simple Linear Regression (html)

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(3) Activities
(Source: www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/Regression/) Regression
Tip Use this calculator if you can copy and paste your data from excel into Shodor
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(Source: Vassar Stats) Correlation and Least Squares Linear Regression
Tip Use this calculator if you are entering your data "by hand", one row at a time
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