# SPPH 501 Analysis of Longitudinal & Correlated Data September, 2012

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1 SPPH 501 Analysis of Longitudinal & Correlated Data September, 2012 TIME & PLACE: Term 1, Tuesday, 1:30-4:30 P.M. LOCATION: INSTRUCTOR: OFFICE: SPPH, Room B104 Dr. Ying MacNab SPPH, Room 134B TELEPHONE: (604) OFFICE HOURS: By appointment TEACHING ASSISTANT: The T.A. for this course is Ms. Isabel Zhitong Zhu. She will provide instruction on computing and mark the assignments. COMPUTER LABS: Students in 501 receive priority to use the School computing lab on Tuesdays, Noon. - 1:30 P.M. Students are welcome to use their own rather than the lab computers. COURSE PHILOSOPHY AND OBJECTIVES: This course will introduce students to concepts and methods in the analysis of correlated data, with special emphasis on longitudinal and hierarchical data. By the end of the course students are expected to: 1. Recognize the types of study/sampling designs that give rise to correlated data. 2. Appreciate the benefits and limitations of longitudinal study designs for assessing the association between health outcomes and their determinants. 3. Translate conceptual models relating health outcomes and their determinants into statistical models. 4. Understand the distinction between fixed effects and random effects and the conditions under which it is appropriate to treat a parameter as a random effect. 5. Identify different analytic approaches to longitudinal/correlated data analysis and explain the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. PREREQUISITES: SPPH 400, 500 and 502 or their equivalents.

3 Assignments: 30% Final Project: 50% (30% report, 20% class presentation) Class Participation: 20% ASSIGNMENTS: Assignments will be distributed periodically. The main aim of the assignments is to help students become comfortable with translating conceptual models into mathematical models. Late assignments are not accepted. Assignments should be typed or neatly written. Mathematical notation and language should be used very carefully. Marks will be deducted for improper use of notation/jargon, particularly in cases where it renders the answer vague. Students working with the software are encouraged to consult with each other about how to get things done but all written work must be completed individually. Present only those the parts of the computer output that are relevant to your answer and highlight or underline the specific items of interest. Alternatively, transcribe those items to another page if you prefer. FINAL PROJECT: The due date for the write-up of the final project is December 4. There is considerable flexibility in the scope of the final project and students are encouraged to propose and develop a project in consultation with the instructor. Examples of projects include: 1. Critiquing of longitudinal analyses used in published studies: Identify the type of design and the models used. How appropriate were the models to the questions of interest? What were the limitations of the design and analysis? What might have been done or could be done in the future to better address the questions? 2. Design of a longitudinal study: Identify a question which requires longitudinal data to answer. Discuss possible ways (and the advantages/disadvantages of each) of collecting data to answer the question. Propose specific models for analyzing the data with discussion of how each model is related to and accounts for various features of the data. 3. Analysis of a dataset: Starting with a given dataset and various questions of interest, perform the necessary analyses (graphical, modeling, diagnostics, interpretation) to address those questions. 4. Special topics: Develop a "mini-lecture" that enhances material on a topic (e.g. missing data, transition models, causal models, etc) that is not discussed in-depth in class. 5. Other software packages: Develop a "tutorial" to show how the analyses illustrated in class using R would be done using another software package. Compare and contrast the capabilities/limitations of the two packages. EXAMS: There are no exams for this course. COURSE OUTLINE:

4 The following schedule is tentative. Changes may be made to accommodate the needs and interests of the students. Class #1 (Tuesday, Sep 4): Review of distributions, probability, conditional probability, expected value, correlation. Review of sampling designs and data structures. Sources of correlated data (hierarchical, longitudinal, spatial). Implications for statistical inference of various types (association, causality, prediction). Principles of regression modeling. Examples. Readings: Gelman, Ch 1 4, 9 Class #2 (Tuesday, Sep 11): In-depth discussion of applications of ideas from Class #1. Class #3 (Tuesday, Sep 18): Assignment #1 due. Grouped data. Stratification and clustering. Levels of analysis. Fixed and random effects. Analysis of studies with observations at two time-points. Exploring and summarizing grouped data. Readings: Gelman, Ch 11. Fitzmaurice, Ch 1 & 2. Diggle, Ch 1. Class #4 (Tuesday, Sep 25): Matrices. Correlation structures. Design and sample size considerations. Analytic approaches (derived variables, marginal models, mixed effects models). Derived variable analysis. Readings: Gelman, Ch 20. Fitzmaurice, Sec , Ch 3. Diggle, Ch 2 & 3. Class #5 (Tuesday, Oct 2): Assignment #2 due. Linear mixed effects models. Modeling of mean and variance structures. ML and REML estimation. Matrix representation. Readings: Gelman, Ch 12 & 13. Fitzmaurice, Ch 8. Diggle, Ch 4 & 5. Class #6 (Tuesday, Oct 9): Outline of proposed term project due. Review of generalized linear models (GLMs). Generalized linear mixed effects models (GLMMs). MLE-EM, PQL and MCMC estimation. Readings: Gelman, Ch 5, 6, 14 & 15. Fitzmaurice, Ch 10 & 12. Diggle, Ch 9. Class #7 (Tuesday, Oct 16): Assignment #3 due. Marginal models and GEE methods. Readings: Fitzmaurice, Ch 11. Diggle, Ch 8. Class #8 (Tuesday, Oct 23): Midterm tutorial/q&a led by the T.A. (The instructor will be absent.) Class #9 (Tuesday, Oct 30): Comparison of mixed effects models and marginal models. Readings: Fitzmaurice, Ch 13. Diggle, Ch 7. Class #10 (Tuesday, Nov 6): Draft of projects due for distribution to class for background/review send directly to class list. Additional topics as time allows: missing data, transition models, time dependent confounding,

5 spatial models, Bayesian methods. Readings: Gelman, Ch 16 & 25. Fitzmaurice, Ch 14. Diggle, Ch 10, 12 & 13. Class #11 (Tuesday, Nov 13): Assignment #4 due. Additional topics (continued) as time allows. Student presentations. Class #12 (Tuesday, Nov 20): Student presentations. Class #13 (Tuesday, Nov 27): Student presentations.

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