Dr. Veazie publishes on how to determine dependence across observations.
Wednesday, January 31, 2024
It is common in applied research to analyze data from data generating processes with dependencies among random variables across observations. Such dependencies impact power calculations and standard errors. However, it is also common to mistake the structure of data for the structure of the data generating process and thereby to use inappropriate standard error estimators. The challenge is not merely to distinguish data from data generating processes but also to determine dependence. Dr. Veazie has published a paper in Ration Mathematica discussing the problem and providing a four-step guide, with examples, for determining dependence of random variables across observations. Access paper through this link: Determining dependence among random variables across observations | Veazie | Ratio Mathematica (eiris.it)
Dr. Edith Williams is Director of Center for Community Health and Prevention
Monday, January 22, 2024
Dr. Edith Williams has been appointed as Director of Center for Community Health and Prevention.
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Dr. Francisco Cartujano's Interview with Channel 10 News
Tuesday, January 2, 2024
Dr. Francisco Cartujano did an interview with Channel 10 News about how people can keep their 2024 resolution to stop smoking or vaping by joining The Wilmot Cancer Institute's programs.
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