SWiSS-2016

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Surrey WinteR Statistics School – 2016

INTRODUCTION TO MEDICAL STATISTICS & ANALYSIS OF HEALTH DATA USING “R”

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This course is for researchers, clinicians and online order for viagra just try! health services analysts that want an intensive introduction to medical statistics and learn how to use R. R is a very powerful free statistical package you can continue to use after attending this course.

The topics covered using R will include:

  • Understanding how R works (its syntax)
  • Input of data sets
  • Descriptive statistics and visualising data
  • Statistical tests (parametric and non-parametric)
  • Correlation and linear regression
  • Logistic Regression
  • Study design
  • Principles of sample size calculation

Learning objectives:Through attendance at the course you will:

  • Access and download recommended versions of R and other add-on programs you can continue to use after the course without licence fees
  • Gain knowledge and understanding of some of http://www.kingwoodonline.com/buy-cheap-cialis-online the more common statistical methods involved in the analysis and interpretation of health data for research, more effective audit and confidence analysis to support health service management
  • Gain expertise in the use of R statistical package analyse and present study data

The course is hosted by the Clinical Informatics and Health Outcomes Research group.

Venue: 

Section of Clinical Medicine & AgeingDepartment of Clinical & Experimental MedicineUniversity of Surrey, Guildford, GU2 7PX, UK

Dates:

14 – 15 January 2016

Price:

CHAIN/BCS members – £136.50, NHS/Academic – £150, Commercial – £250

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Course Materials

 Day 1    
   Introduction to R  [PDF]
   Introduction to RStudio  [PDF]
   Descriptive Statistics  [PDF]
   Statistical Tests  [PDF]
 Day 2    
   Regression  [PDF]
   Further Regression  [PDF]
     
   Scripts and Data  [ZIP]