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Categorical Data Analysis

Sociology 619

6 credit hours, offered biennially

This course teaches statistical methods for analyzing categorical data. Three classes of statistical models are covered: loglinear models for count data, logit/probit models for discrete dependent variables, and hazards models for studying transitions with longitudinal data.

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