This is an ISSR course and places are highly limited as Graduate School is paying the fee. If you are unable to attend, please de-register (or email if you are unable to do so). An unexplained absence could result in all your future ISSR registrations becoming Waitlisted.

Longitudinal data consist of measurements from the same unit (e.g., person, school, country) at multiple points in time.
Special techniques are required to analyse longitudinal data because there is dependency between measurements from the same unit.
This course provides an introduction to the structure of longitudinal data, how longitudinal data is used to analyse associations across time, and how to choose a longitudinal data analysis method.

About Statistics and modelling

If your research study employs quantitative or mixed methodologies, you would need to understand the nuts and bolts of statistics and modelling. The Graduate School works with different providers to provide a range of sessions covering descriptive and inferential statistics as well as modelling with esteemed providers such as ISSR and Student Services.

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