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Re: st: where to find good dataset?
Try the ICPSR website:
Good luck, Min
> Here is my final assignment:
> The paper must be no longer than 8 typed pages (with reasonable font
> please) and should be
> prepared as a professional publication (that is, do not simply give me
> software output). Only one
> page should be dedicated to describing the context of your data analysis
> and the data--the rest
> should be used to describe the statistical anlaysis and interpretation.
> The goal is to find a data
> set with binary outcomes, fit several logistic regression models which
> focus on the effects of a
> single explanatory variable of interest. In examining these models, you
> should discuss at least
> two of the following topics: (i) confounding by other factor(s), (ii)
> interaction effects, (iii)
> selection of scale for the risk factor of interest, (iv) goodness-of-fit.
> But I don't know where to find a dataset to meet the criteria.Any
> Thanks a lot!
> Lei Li
> Graduate student of Public Health Nutrition
> School of Public Health
> University of California, Berkeley
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