Survival Analysis

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Date(s) - 11/02/2018 - 11/03/2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Temple University Center City



Statistical Horizons is hosting a 2-day course titled “Survival Analysis the course will be taught by Dr. Donald Hedeker starting on Friday November 2 at 9 AM.

Survival Analysis covers both the theory and practice of survival methodology. Assuming no previous knowledge of survival analysis, this course will turn you into a knowledgeable and skilled user of these indispensable techniques. Here are a few of the skills you will acquire: How to organize survival data; How to choose the right time axis; When to use discrete vs. continuous time methods; What to do about nonproportionality; How to compute R-squared; When and how to correct for unobserved heterogeneity; How frequently to measure independent variables; What to do if there is more than one kind of event; How to test for sensitivity to informative censoring.

Here are a few of the skills you will acquire:

  • How to organize survival data.
  • How to choose the right time axis.
  • When to use discrete vs. continuous time methods


If you need to analyze longitudinal event data and have a basic statistical background, this seminar is for you. You should have a good working knowledge of the principles and practice of multiple regression.

The course does have a fee of $995, which includes all the course material. There is a early registration fee available until October 2. CLICK HERE to register for the course.

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