Created by:   Johns Hopkins University

Commitment8 weeks of study, 2-3 hours/week
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English
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 20 ratings

Great course for both beginners with no prior experience (other than Statistical Reasoning 1) and intermediate-to-advanced biostatisticians (like me) seeking a refresher. Professor John McGready does a fantastic job explaining fundamental biostatistics concepts and methodologies in an easy-to-understand, example-rich way, while keeping you on your toes with interesting side notes, helpful practice tests/homework, and a memorable sense of humor.

Great course to improve your skills related to statistical data analysis focused on health domain

Good practice exercices and with detailed solutions

Good course for understanding the basical mechanics behind regression analysis, mainly logistic, linear and Cox proportional hazards.

It will not, though, discuss how to do it in statistical packages.