Introduction to Longitudinal Analysis Using Stata ShareThis


This course is run by Imperial College London.

Longitudinal Studies are studies in which the data on individuals are measured repeatedly through time. This course will cover exploratory analysis, modeling and interpretation of longitudinal studies.

To attend this course you should be familiar with the Stata software, possess a good working knowledge of Multiple Linear Regression and ANCOVA. You should also be able to demonstrate a good understanding of concepts such as “Main effects”, ”Interaction Effects” , “Test of Hypotheses” and “Statistical significance”.

On 19 & 20 March and the 25 & 26 June 2015, Imperial College London are running courses on longitudinal analysis using Stata. The courses will cover:

  • Features of Longitudinal Data
  • Longitudinal analysis for continuous outcomes
  • Longitudinal data layout for Stata Mixed Models
  • Exploring Longitudinal data
  • Covariance Pattern Models
  • Random Coefficients Models
  • Model Comparison
  • Estimation methods: ML, REML and GEE

For more information visit the Imperial College London website.