A second course in elementary statistics with applications to life sciences and medicine. Review of basic statistics using biological and medical examples. New topics include incidence and prevalence, medical diagnosis, sensitivity and specificity, Bayes' rule, decision making, maximum likelihood, logistic regression, ROC curves and survival analysis. Each student will be required to perform and write a report on a data analysis project. Prereq: Math 3200, or (Math 2200 AND permission of instructor).
Course Attributes: FA NSMAR NSMAS NSM
INSTRUCTOR: WickerhauserView Course Listing