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Seminar Everything you ever wanted to know about Biostatistics but were afraid to ask

This Lecture Series brings up in a casual way major themes at the interface of Biostatistics with other sciences
 



The tentative schedule is as follows:
 


Tentative Schedule
Links Date Presenter Title
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9/24/04 Karl Broman How to make a bad graph
 
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11/5/04 Constantine Frangakis What do we mean by "cause" in public health research?
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11/19/04 Scott Zeger How to choose the wrong model
 
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12/10/04 Steve Goodman All about p-values: The Good, the bad and the (really) ugly!
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1/21/05 Tom Louis and Ciprian Crainiceanu The Weighting Game
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2/25/05 Jonathan Samet Is Biostatistics really necessary ?
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3/18/05 Ingo Ruczinski The standard error of the lab scientist (and other common statistical misconceptions in the scientific literature)
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4/8/05   TBA
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4/22/05 Rafael Irizarry A good picture is worth a thousand tests
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5/13/05   TBA
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