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From   "Paul Allison" <allison@soc.upenn.edu>
To   <statalist@hsphsun2.harvard.edu>
Subject   st: Short course on survival analysis using Stata
Date   Tue, 27 May 2008 13:35:58 -0400

On July 28-August 1 in Philadelphia, I will teach a 5-day seminar on Event
History & Survival Analysis using Stata.

This seminar covers material equivalent to a full semester's work. Topics
include censoring, Kaplan-Meier estimation, parametric regression models,
Cox regression, time-dependent covariates, competing risks, discrete-time
analysis, heterogeneity, stratification, and repeated events.  No previous
knowledge of survival analysis is required, although participants should
have a good working knowledge of basic principles of statistical inference
and linear regression.

Stata will be used for all examples and assignments. Stata commands include
ltable, stset, sts list, sts graph, sts test, streg, stcox, stcurve and
cloglog. Computers will be on site for hands-on assignments and practice.

The course will be held at Temple University Center City, which is located
just across from the Philadelphia City Hall. The fee of $1300 includes all
course materials. A block of rooms at a reduced rate has been reserved at
the Crowne Plaza Hotel, a 5-minute walk from the course location.

To get more information and to register, go to

       www.StatisticalHorizons.com

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Paul D. Allison, Professor
Department of Sociology
University of Pennsylvania
581 McNeil Building
3718 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA  19104-6299
215-898-6717
215-573-2081 (fax)
http://www.ssc.upenn.edu/~allison
 


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