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Christopher A Adolph
STAT 536
Seattle Campus

Analysis of Categorical and Count Data

Analysis of categorical data in the social sciences. Binary, ordered, and multinomial outcomes, event counts, and contingency tables. Focuses on maximum likelihood estimations and interpretations of results. Prerequisite: SOC 504, SOC 505, SOC 506, or equivalent; recommended: CS&SS 505 and CS&SS 506, or equivalent. Offered: jointly with CS&SS 536/SOC 536; A.

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A graduate course on the analysis of categorical data in the social sciences (binary, ordered, and multinomial choice; counts and grouped outcomes; contingency tables), focusing on maximum likelihood estimation and interpretation of results. Offered annually.

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Last Update by Christopher A Adolph
Date: 01/01/2005