Biostatistics Consultation Core
How to Reshape Longitudinal Data Using… REDCap, SAS, R, Stata and SPSS
Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 11 a.m.
Longitudinal data are increasingly common in health research, as they are necessary to study individual changes over time. This webinar will show the steps and best practices to prepare your dataset for a longitudinal analysis using five different statistical and data management software.
How to Do Longitudinal Data Analysis Using… REDCap, SAS, R, Stata and SPSS
Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 11 a.m.
Longitudinal analysis is a powerful tool to study individual changes over time. This webinar will cover different types of longitudinal analysis (e.g., fixed effects, random effects and mixed effects models), with examples from five different statistical and data management software.
How to Do Power Calculations and Sample Size Determinations
Wednesday, Sept. 28 at 11 a.m.
An adequate sample size is crucial for ensuring that statistical tests have the power to detect the relationships outlined in research aims. This session will detail what information is required to enter into sample size calculations and how to perform these calculations in various computing software.
How to Manage Data Using REDCap
Tuesday, Aug. 30 at 10 a.m.
REDCap is a secure, free, software platform designed for robust research data collection. Survey data, case report forms and operational data can be collected and managed all within one database, enhancing the efficiency of any project. The Biostatistics Consultation Core administers REDCap for Arizona State University and will present best practices and guidance on how to design your database to maximize REDCap's functionality. Topics covered will include e-consent, survey distribution, data quality verification, survey scoring and reports/exports to commonly used analysis packages such as SPSS, SAS and R.