BIOSTATS 640
Intermediate Biostatistics
Biostatistics and Epidemiology
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2. Regression and Correlation
3. Discrete Distributions
4. Categorical Data Analysis
5. Logistic Regression
6. Introduction to Survival Analysis
7. Analysis of Variance
8. Repeated Measures Analysis
9. Nonparametrics

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1 Review of BIOSTATS 540, Introductory Biostatistics 2018
Posted 1/21/2018 (pdf, 34 pp)
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Regression and Correlation 2018

Posted 1/28/2018 (pdf, 62 pp)
R users download (doll_simplelinear.Rdata)
R users download (framingham_1000.Rdata)
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3 Discrete Distributions 2018
Posted 2/19/2018 (pdf, 57 pp)
4 Categorical Data Analysis 2018
Posted 2/26/2018 (pdf, 83 pp)
5 Logistic Regression 2018
Posted (pdf, 66 pp)
R Users download (vdt.Rdata)
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6 Introduction to Survival Analysis 2018
Posted 3/26/2018 (pdf, 58 pp)
Downlaod (unit6_page11.dta)
7 Analysis of Variance 2018
Posted 4/9/2018 (pdf, 80 pp)
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8 Introduction to Repeated Measures 2018
Posted
9 Introduction to Nonparametrics 2018 Posted 4/16/2018 (pdf, 47 pp)

 

 

 

 

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