HINF 573

Applied Biostatistics

Units: 1.5

A computer laboratory course primarily designed to provide practical experience in running SPSS software, interpreting output and presenting findings in Figures and Tables, suitable for publications or dissertations. Topics include: understanding statistics, data management and cleaning, recode and compute statements, scale development (Cronbach's alpha), t-tests, chi-square analyses, correlation and logistic regression. The skills learned are those commonly used in quantitative research for health and social sciences.

Graduate course in the Health Information Science program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Fall 2017 Spring 2018 Summer 2018

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