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Intermediate Level

We advise that you first take the previous courses in the series, particularly Introduction to Statistics, though this is not essential.

Approx. 11 hours to complete
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What you will learn

  • Run Kaplan-Meier plots and Cox regression in R and interpret the output

  • Describe a data set from scratch, using descriptive statistics and simple graphical methods as a necessary first step for more advanced analysis

  • Describe and compare some common ways to choose a multiple regression model

Skills you will gain

Understand common ways to choose what predictors go into a regression modelRun and interpret Kaplan-Meier curves in RConstruct a Cox regression model in R
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Intermediate Level

We advise that you first take the previous courses in the series, particularly Introduction to Statistics, though this is not essential.

Approx. 11 hours to complete
English

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This course is part of the 100% online Global Master of Public Health from Imperial College London. If you are admitted to the full program, your courses count towards your degree learning.

Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1

Week 1

4 hours to complete

The Kaplan-Meier Plot

4 hours to complete
4 videos (Total 16 min), 11 readings, 3 quizzes
4 videos
What is Survival Analysis?4m
The KM plot and Log-rank test4m
What is Heart Failure and How to run a KM plot in R4m
11 readings
About Imperial College & the team10m
How to be successful in this course10m
Grading policy10m
Data set and glossary10m
Additional Readings10m
Life tables20m
Feedback: Life Tables10m
The Course Data Set20m
Feedback: Running a KM plot and log-rank test3m
Practice in R: Run another KM Plot and log-rank test10m
Feedback: Running another KM plot and log-rank test10m
3 practice exercises
Survival Analysis Variables30m
Life tables30m
Practice in R: Running a KM plot and log-rank test20m
Week
2

Week 2

2 hours to complete

The Cox Model

2 hours to complete
3 videos (Total 18 min), 4 readings, 2 quizzes
3 videos
How to run Simple Cox model in R7m
Introduction to Missing Data5m
4 readings
Hazard Function and Risk Set20m
Practice in R: Simple Cox Model30m
Feedback: Simple Cox Model10m
Further Reading20m
2 practice exercises
Hazard function and Ratio5m
Simple Cox Model15m
Week
3

Week 3

2 hours to complete

The Multiple Cox Model

2 hours to complete
1 video (Total 6 min), 7 readings, 1 quiz
7 readings
Introduction to Running Descriptives10m
Practice in R: Getting to know your data30m
Feedback: Getting to know your data10m
How to run multiple Cox model in R20m
Introduction to Non-convergence10m
Practice: Fixing the problem of non-convergence10m
Feedback on fixing a non-converging model15m
1 practice exercise
Multiple Cox Model10m
Week
4

Week 4

3 hours to complete

The Proportionality Assumption

3 hours to complete
3 videos (Total 11 min), 7 readings, 3 quizzes
3 videos
Cox proportional hazards assumption4m
Summary of Course2m
7 readings
Checking the proportionality assumption10m
Feedback on Practice Quiz10m
What to do if the proportionality assumption is not met20m
How to choose predictors for a regression model20m
Practice in R: Running a Multiple Cox Model
Results of the exercise on model selection and backwards elimination10m
Final Code10m
3 practice exercises
Assessing the proportionality assumption in practice5m
Testing the proportionality assumption with another variable15m
End-of-Module Assessment20m

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