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Title: Indiana - Analysis of Categorical Data

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Title Indiana - Analysis of Categorical Data
Contributor/Contact Siu L. Hui, PhD
Institution Indiana
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Attachment Analysis of Categorical Data

Type of Course Single Presentation
Level of Course Beginning
Audience Graduate Student
Topics Description Biostatistics Course for Health Care Providers: A Short Course

Objectives of this course:
* Know the basic principles, assumptions, and a few basic methods in analyzing categorical data
* Understand and interpret the results of categorical data analyses in the literature.
* Know the assumption needed for sample size estimation
Software Program



Keywords Inference
Hypothesis testing
Categorical variables
Binary variables
Examples of one-sample problems
Point estimate
Confidence interval
Example: Phase 2 clinical trial
Example: Aminocentesis and pregnancy loss
Prospective randomized controlled trial
Retrospective case control study
Cross-sectional study
Example: Randomized study to reduce antibiotic use
Chi-Square Tests: Large Sample (RxC)
Chi-Square Tests: Fisher's exact test
Chi-Square Tests: McNemar's test
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Type of Activity Course Slides
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Topic revision: r3 - 08 Oct 2012 - 14:40:23 - MaryBanach

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