CLIN51532_Syllabus_Fall2011

CLIN51532_Syllabus_Fall2011 - Palmer College of...

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Palmer College of Chiropractic Division of Graduate Studies MS in Clinical Research Program CLIN51532: ANOVA and Regressing Modeling 2 credit hours Fall 2011 Instructor: Cynthia R. Long, PhD 209 Harris Building Email: [email protected] Phone: 884-5157 Fax: 884-5227 Office Hours: Drop in or by appointment Teaching Assistant: Ying Cao, MS 210 Harris Building Email: [email protected] Phone: 884-5189 Office Hours: TBD MEETS Research Center Classroom, LL009 Harris Building Monday, Wednesday 11:10 am - 12:30 pm PREREQUISITES C509, C531 COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course uses lecture and illustration of the methods of the statistical computing and modeling process on real datasets. Course content includes multiple linear regression, simple and multiple logistic regression, and two-way and multi-way analysis of variance. Other topics to be covered include statistical methods for repeated measures and methods of handling missing values. COURSE OBJECTIVES: By the conclusion of this course, students will be able to: Analyze data with analysis of covariance methods Analyze data with two-way analysis of variance methods Build and choose the best multiple linear regression model Build and choose the best multiple logistic regression model Interpret regression models Recognize appropriate approaches to analyze repeated measures data COURSE EVALUATION Homework assignments (60 %) Projects (40 %) Grading policy: A: 90% and above B: 80% - 89% C: 70% - 79% F: below 70%
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CLIN51532: ANOVA & Regression Modeling Developed: 30 Oct 2004 Last revised: 31 Oct 2011 Examinations No exams are given in this course. Homework and Project Policy Assignments and projects are assigned as indicated in the course outline and are to be turned in via e-mail by the due date and time. Late homework assignments will lose 1 point for each day late unless arrangements have been made with the course instructor prior to the due date and time. Each student must turn in a completed homework assignment, but group work is encouraged. Late projects will not be accepted unless arrangements have been made with the course instructor prior to the due data and time. All homework assignments (HWs) and projects are due by 8am on the due date unless otherwise specified. All HWs are to be e-mailed to [email protected] prior to the due date and time with “C532 HW # <your name>” placed in the subject line of the e-mail. The attached documents are to be named similarly: e.g. “C532 HW # <your name>.” When multiple documents are attached to the e-mail, they should also be named as such, with a unique portion
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This note was uploaded on 01/03/2012 for the course C 532 taught by Professor Long during the Fall '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.

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CLIN51532_Syllabus_Fall2011 - Palmer College of...

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