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EPI 808  Biostatistics I

Semester:
Fall of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
College-level algebra.
Restrictions:
Open to master's students or doctoral students in the Epidemiology major or approval of department.
Description:
Applications of probability and statistics in the applied health sciences. Probability distributions, estimation and tests for one-, two-, and paired samples, linear regression, correlation, and ANOVA. Use of statistical software. Critical appraisal of statistical methods in the biomedical literature.
Effective Dates:
FALL 2008 - FALL 2008


EPI 808  Biostatistics I

Semester:
Fall of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
College-level algebra.
Restrictions:
Open to master's students or doctoral students in the Epidemiology major or approval of department.
Description:
Applications of probability and statistics in the applied health sciences. Probability distributions, estimation and tests for one-, two-, and paired samples, linear regression, correlation, and ANOVA. Use of statistical software. Critical appraisal of statistical methods in the biomedical literature.
Semester Alias:
STT 425
Effective Dates:
FALL 2008 - SPRING 2012


EPI 808  Biostatistics I

Semester:
Fall of every year
Credits:
Total Credits: 3   Lecture/Recitation/Discussion Hours: 3
Recommended Background:
College-level algebra.
Restrictions:
Open to master's students or doctoral students in the Epidemiology major or approval of department.
Description:
Applications of probability and statistics in the applied health sciences. Probability distributions, estimation and tests for one-, two-, and paired samples, linear regression, correlation, and ANOVA. Use of statistical software. Critical appraisal of statistical methods in the biomedical literature.
Semester Alias:
STT 425
Effective Dates:
SUMMER 2012 - Open