Statistical methods for Genetic Epidemiology

Submitted: Thursday 16th of September 2010 06:24:00 AM
Submitted by: Mohammed-E Twfieg
Language: English
Educational levels: qc1, qc2

Abstract

This Learning Package contains lectures in statistical methods used in Genetic Epidemiology. They were delivered as part of the Epidemiology 2 module in the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology, at the University of Sheffield.

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This is the first lecture in the Epidemiology 2 module, which was taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology, in the University of Sheffield. It reviews basic concepts of statistics.
This is the first session of the second lecture of the Epidemiology 2 module, which is taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology in the University of Sheffield. The aims of the second lecture are to introduce the term likelihood, and to demonstrate the likelihood ratio test.
This is the second session of the second lecture of the Epidemiology 2 module, which is taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology in the University of Sheffield. The aims of the second lecture are to introduce the term likelihood, and to demonstrate the likelihood ratio test.
A lecture of the Epidemiology 2 module, which is taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology in the University of Sheffield.
This is the fourth lecture of the Epidemiology 2 module, which is taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology in the University of Sheffield.
A lecture of the Epidemiology 2 module, which is taught as part of the MSc in Genetic Epidemiology in the University of Sheffield. The aims of this lecture is to show the basics of survival analysis.

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