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Statistics Seminar 11: Methods to Analyse Correlated Data

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Video recording of the speakers presentation


Resource Description:

This session discussed the different forms of dependency and correlation that we might find in our datasets - and why it might sometimes be problematic to get a good measure of correlation. It explored examples of data analysis where correlation is an important issue, and discussed why it is important to deal with correlations, and not to forget about them.


Further Details:

Accompanying powerpoint presentation, including a useful bibliography.

Source/Funding: This talk was given by Maurenn Meadows of the Open University.

Date: 27 February 2014.

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