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Statistics Seminar: Methods to Analyse Correlated Data

Course overview Date, venue & booking

This session will discuss 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. We will look at examples of data analysis where correlation is an important issue - and discuss why it is important to deal with correlations, and not to forget about them!

In addition, the session will include the first 'researcher perspective talk' - an opportunity for sharing statistics practice & experiences from researchers/ practitioners at Warwick.
Vaso Totsika (CEDAR) will discuss the use of SEM to ask interesting questions on developmental processes. The talk will draw on research in families of children with a developmental disability, but the points raised are appropriate to people researching any longitudinal relationships and/or processes.

Who is it for?

All research active staff at Warwick

Led by:

Maureen Meadows, Open University

Date: 27 February 2014

Time: 12-2pm

Venue: Room 3, Wolfson Research Exchange (3rd floor, library)

Book a place

Catering provided:

A packed lunch and tea & coffee on arrival

Any questions?

Administration arrangements:

Contact Abi Render:
or ext. 24959, LDC admin support

Workshop content:

Sandy Sparks,
or ext. 74121, Learning Development Centre