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Unformatted text preview: Longitudinal Data Analysis Spring 2011 Monday/Wednesday 2:303:45 in LeConte College 210A Instructor : Prof. Tim Hanson Office: LeConte 219C (777-3859) email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.stat.sc.edu/ hansont/stat771/ Office hours: Monday & Wednesday 1:30-2:30, Tuesday 1:00-2:00 Description : 3 credits; prerequisite Stat 701 or Stat 705 or Bios 757. This course provides an overview of statistical models for analyzing longitudinal data. Longitudinal data are comprised of repeated measurements (e.g. armadillos captured, legume yield, weight) on the same unit (human hunter, bean plant, mourse) over time. Emphasis is placed on understanding the models, and obtaining, interpreting, and coherently writing up inference from SAS within the context of the models. Learning objectives : After completion of the course, the successful student will be able to (a) develop appropriate longitudinal models for a given data set, (b) fit the models in SAS or another statistical package, and (c) interpret the relevant output,...
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