Does Global Warming Make Us More Violent? A Case Study
Growing evidence suggests a link between higher temperatures and increased levels of
violence. Using a multi-year sample of data from fixed weath
Parameter of Interest: We hope to determine the correlation between two continuous
variables: maximum temperature (in degrees fahrenheit) and total number of conflicts in a week
from the pre-described
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Location
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield, CA
Bakersfield
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Location
Sacramento,
Analysis of Variance Testing
Thomas Harper
June 26, 2016
University of New England, School of Public Health
Dr. Michael Buccigrossi
Most people know that smoking causes cancer and other major health p
Stata Summary
Thomas Harper
University of New England
May 25, 2016
Dr. Michael Buccigrossi
HIV Tested by Race and Coastal Location
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HIV Education to High School Students
Thomas Harper
June 22, 2016
University of New England, School of Public Health
Dr. Michael Buccigrossi
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HIV infection has been an ongoing public health care conc
Hypothesis Testing
Thomas Harper
June 15, 2016
University of New England, School of Public Health
Dr. Michael Buccigrossi
HIV infection is an ongoing health care problem that has been affecting patien
Hypothesis Testing
Thomas Harper
June 8, 2016
University of New England, School of Public Health
Dr. Michael Buccigrossi
HIV infection is an ongoing health care problem that has been affecting patient
Parameter of Interest: Do sample means vary around the overall mean more than the individual
observations vary around the sample means? Or, to put it differently, do the mean birth weights
for infants
In linear regression, both variables are continuous (1). Using my data set, my response
variable is total number of conflicts in a given week (variable 7 in Stata) and my
explanatory variable is High
II. Categorical/Categorical Research Question:
Does the average temperature (hot/cold being above or below average) affect the
severity of riots that occur during a given week?
Average Temperature is
Syllabus
Graduate Programs in Public Health
GPH 716 Biostatistics Summer A 2017
Credits - 3
Description
This course serves as an introduction to procedures in the collection, summarization, analysis,