161.331 Biostatistics (15 credits)

The biological sciences typically yield data that fail to satisfy the assumptions of traditional linear modelling tools. This course teaches a range of advanced statistical techniques for analysing biological data, including a review of linear models, non-linear regression, generalised linear models, and random-effects models. Emphasis is placed on developing practical experience with real biological data using modern statistical software.

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2017 Semester Two full semester Internal Auckland Campus
2018 Semester Two full semester Internal Auckland Campus

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