4064.0 Statistical Methods: History and New Directions

Tuesday, October 28, 2008: 8:30 AM
The history of statistical methodology is discussed in terms of advances in analyzing dichotomous disease data over the last 100 years and how computing technology has improved the application of regression methods. New directions include considering a new way of using race as a variable in data analysis
Session Objectives: 1. Discuss a new way of considering race as a variable in data analysis. 2. Describe advances in statistical methodology in analyzing disease data. 3. Describe the history of computing technology as it relates to the application of regression methods.

8:30 AM
9:10 AM
Joint Evolution of Regression Methods and Computing Technology in Public Health
Blake A. Talbot, MPH, Michelle Trevino, BS, Zoran Bursac, PhD and D. Keith Williams, PhD, MPH

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