Daniels syl 7934 F11

Daniels syl 7934 F11 - STA 7934 Analysis of Longitudinal...

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STA 7934 Analysis of Longitudinal Data Fall 2011 Instructor: Dr. Mike Daniels (mdaniels@stat.ufl.edu) 102C Griffin-Floyd 273-1845 web page: www.stat.ufl.edu/~mdaniels Lecture: T Period 2-3, Th Periods 3, G-F 230 Office Hours: M,W,Th Period 2 (or call or email) Content: This is a PhD elective for statistics and biostatistics graduate students. The course will cover likelihood-based and semiparametric methods for longitudinal data and methods to deal with missing data in both settings. Discussion of impact of missing data both theoretically and practically on inference, and approaches to conduct sensitivity analysis for inference. Pre-requisites: Stat 6246 (Linear models), 7249 (Generalized linear models), and 7346 (PhD Inference) (or equivalent) Recommended Texts (on reserve in Marston Science Library): Diggle, Heagerty, Liang, and Zeger (2002) Analysis of Longitudinal data . Oxford. (DHLZ) Tsiatis (2006) Semiparametric Theory and Missing Data . Springer. (T) Daniels and Hogan (2008) Missing data in longitudinal studies: Strategies for Bayesian Modeling and
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