2020 - February
Paired data crops up in many contexts. When two measurements are made on the same experimental unit, the data values are paired - for example, pre- and post-activity with the same subjects; measurements from two litter mates; data from each hand of a person. Paired data is clearly not independent and this dependence must be accounted for in any statistical analysis. This talk will look at how to analyse some examples of paired data, including continuous and discrete outcome measures.
The talk will be about 30 minutes long and will be followed by time for discussion. We'll move on after our talk to Hacky Hour (Penny Lane Café, 3.00 pm to 4.00 pm) where people can get help on statistics and bioinformatics, high performance computing and other data-related things.
Speaker: Peter Geelan-Small, Statistical Consultant
Date and Time: Thursday, 13 February 2020, 2.30 pm to 3.00 pm
Location: Mathews Theatre C (K-D23-303) | Kensington Campus
Slides for the presentation are HERE.