CHS 627: Multivariate Methods in Health Statistics
James D. Leeper, Ph.D.
Department of Community and Rural Medicine
College of Community Health Sciences
University of Alabama
Goal Attendance Textbook Choosing the Correct Statistic Objectives Disabilities Other Text References Review/Preview Schedule of Topics Evaluation Related Papers Related Links SPSS Tutorials Sample Project 1 Sample Project 2
- To assist the student in understanding and using multivariate statistical methods in health-related research.
The student will be able to understand when and how to apply the following multivariate statistical techniques and how to interpret the results:Attendance
- Factorial Analysis of Variance
- Multiple Regression Analysis
- Analysis of Covariance
- General Linear Model
- Logistic Regression
- Log-linear Analysis
- Repeated Measures Analysis of Variance
- Multivariate Analysis of Variance
- Class attendance and participation in discussion are expected and encouraged.
- There are no specific penalties for failure to attend or participate.
- Students with disabilities are encouraged to register with the Office of Disability Services, 348-4285. Thereafter, you are invited to schedule appointments to see me to discuss accommodations and other special needs.
- Grades will be calculated as follows:
Wayne W. Daniel
Other Text References
- Afifi (1990), Computer-Aided Multivariate Analysis
- Daniel (1995), Biostatistics: A Foundation for Analysis in the Health Sciences
- Hair (1992), Multivariate Data Analysis with Readings
- Hosmer (1989), Applied Logistic Regression
- Norman & Streiner (1999), PDQ Statistics
- Ott (1992), An Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis
- Stevens (1992), Applied Multivariate Statistics for the Social Sciences
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