LISA Statistics Short Course: Fixed Effects, Random Effects, and Correlated Data
LISA SHORT COURSES IN STATISTICS
LISA (Virginia Tech's Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis) is providing a series of evening short courses to help graduate students use statistics in their research. The focus of these two-hour courses is on teaching practical statistical techniques for analyzing or collecting data. See www.lisa.stat.vt.edu/?q=short_courses for instructions on how to REGISTER and to learn more.
Summer 2012 Schedule:
June 11 & 18: Introduction to JMP;
June 21: Explore JMP Capabilities in Design of Experiments;
June 25: Structural Equation Modeling (SEM);
July 16: Designing Surveys and Interpreting the Results*;
July 17: Introduction to R, Part I;
July 19: Introduction to R, Part II;
July 23 & 26: Fixed Effects, Random Effects, and Correlated Data;
*This course will be held in Fralin Auditorium, all other courses are in 3060 Torgersen Hall.
Monday, July 23;
Instructor: Nels Johnson;
Title: Fixed Effects, Random Effects, and Correlated Data;
The main focus of this course will be on linear mixed models. That is, linear models with fixed effects and random effects. Some topics we will discuss are: When would I want to use a random effect? How does estimation change for random versus fixed effects? How does inference change for random versus fixed effects? How are random effects related to correlated data? Examples in SAS will be provided.
This course will also be taught on July 26th for those who are unable to attend the July 23rd session.
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