Saturday, June 18, 2011

Workshop, June 20-24, at ICPSR, U. Michigan

I'll be teaching a week-long workshop at the Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), June 20-24, 2011, at the University of Michigan.

Highlights of agenda (much more will be covered):
Day 1: What's wrong with p values. Bayes’ rule, grid approximation. The R programming language.
Day 2: Markov chain Monte Carlo methods, BUGS/BRugs, hierarchical models.
Day 3: Null hypothesis significance testing, Bayesian model comparison, Bayesian assessment of null values. Statistical power.
Day 4: Multiple linear regression, logistic regression, ordinal regression.
Day 5: Hierarchical Bayesian ANOVA and contingency table analysis. How to report a Bayesian analysis.

Additional info at the ICPSR course web page.

Other past and future workshops at my teaching page.

Update from on site, 6/22/2011. There's an entire theater here devoted to statistics! Photographic proof:

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