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Departement of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
McGill University
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Lawrence Joseph
Bayesian statistics
Division of Clinical Epidemiology
McGill University Health Centre
2155 Guy Street
Room 343
Montreal, Quebec
Canada, H3H 2R9
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EPIB-621 Data Analysis in the Health Sciences
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Research interests
Courses taught
Previous courses taught
EPIB-607 Principles of Inferential Statistics in Medicine
EPIB-613 Introduction to Statistical Software
EPIB-621 Data Analysis in the Health Sciences
EPIB-651 Bayesian Analysis in Medicine
EPIB-668 Introduction to Bayesian Analysis in the Health Sciences
EPIB-669 Intermediate Bayesian Analysis for the Health Sciences
EPIB-675 Bayesian Analysis in the Health Sciences
EPIB-682 Introduction to Bayesian Analysis in the Health Sciences
EPIB-683 Intermediate Bayesian Analysis for the Health Sciences
Publications
Methodological publications
Bayesian Sample Size
Change-point methods and applications
Diagnostic testing
Meta analysis
Other topics
Medical publications
Allergy and immunology
Asthma
Cardiology
Gastroenterology
Osteoporosis
Quality of Life
Rheumatology
Other
Book
Bayesian software
Bayesian Sample Size
Change-point methods and applications
Diagnostic testing
Diagnostic testing in Genetics
Links
EPIB-621
Data Analysis in the Health Sciences
Basic info
Course outline
Data sets
assign2num3.txt
assign2num6.txt
assign3num1.txt
brain.data.txt
calcium.missing.txt
calcium.txt
dosedat.txt
drugfree.bugs.txt
drugfree.txt
fimdata.txt
fish.bugs.txt
fish.txt
heart.txt
kidney.txt
plasma.txt
satisfaction.txt
Programs
post.normal.mean.txt
multiple.regression.with.ci.txt
logistic.regression.or.ci.txt
bic.or.txt
FAQ
Links useful for this course
Installing WinBUGS on a Mac 1 (Thanks to Sofia Danna)
Installing WinBUGS on a Mac 2 (Thanks to Aidan Findlater)
Installing WinBUGS on a Mac 3
Installing WinBUGS on a Mac 4
Installing WinBUGS on a Mac 5
R Software Home Page
Useful book on using R in Epidemiology
RTips: Useful hints for solving common R problems
WinBUGS (Bayesian inference Using Gibbs Sampling)
Free textbook reviewing basic epidemiology, biostatistics, and other related topics