Event history analysis
21st April 2016
CMIST, Humanities Bridgeford Street
It is intended that students attending the course will be able to specify and estimate models for different kinds of event history data in discrete and continuous time.
The course begins with an explication of, and practical work with models for data collected in discrete time such as the Cox proportional hazards model and a widely used approach via logistic regression. It is followed by extensions to hazard models for repeated episodes and those that account for frailty, again with a practical session. Finally, models for data in continuous time where the focus is on modelling the duration directly are considered, again linked to a practical session.
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