Data Analysis for Environmental Epidemiology

EHS 675
EPID 675

This course will introduce non-parametric smoothing methods, such as splines, locally weighted ploynomial regression (LOESS) and generalized additive models (GAM), and focus on continuous environmental exposure variables. It will also deal with analysis of correlated data, including longitudinal analysis and time-series analysis that are widely used in environmental epidemiology.

Credits: 
2
School(s)/College(s): 
Public Health » Environmental Health Sciences
Public Health » Epidemiology
Semesters: 
Winter 2017
Winter 2016
Winter 2015
Winter 2014
Winter 2013