Categories: Diploma in Biostatistics and Computing
      Date: Jun 14, 2010
     Title: Applied Statistical Linear Models


The first part of the course is to familiarize the participants with, and teach them to apply, the general linear model as it is commonly manifested in biomedical research. Specific applications include, but not limited to, multiple regression analysis, t-tests, one-way ANOVA, factorial ANOVA (balanced and unbalanced), ANCOVA and two-group discriminant function analysis.

The second part of the course is intended to familiarize participants with statistical procedures for analyzing categorical outcome data, a type of data often collected in health-related studies. Participants will have opportunities to use SAS to implement those statistical procedures and interpret the results of SAS outputs. In addition, this course will also place emphasis to certain degree on general statistical mechanisms underlying those statistical procedures.


Learning Outcomes

After completing this course, the participants will be able to

Topics of Study

Course ID: QI-BIO-202
Date: For May 2017 - Sept 2017 classes, in NJ, USA/Bangalore, India (depending on no. of students): By Arrangement with Instructor(s)
Duration: Intensive In-Class Training w/Instructor in Classroom to assist students complete assignments
Location: New Jersey, USA and Bangalore, India (depending on no. of students)
Mode of Training: In-Class
Dates: Class Lecture: By Arrangement with Instructor(s)
Dates: Instructor Assistance in Classroom: By Arrangement with Instructor(s)
Dates: Instructor Access via Email: Post class access
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