CCHE Seminar: Adrian Rohit Dass University of Toronto
This session will give an overview of the use of R for database management and statistical analysis. It will begin with reading/cleaning data, followed by commands for descriptive statistics and regression analysis. No previous knowledge of R or any other statistical software packages is required. Previous programming experience may be helpful, but is not necessary. All are welcome.
Adrian Rohit Dass is a Research Coordinator at the Canadian Centre for Health Economics. He is also a third year PhD student at the Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation at the University of Toronto. He holds a MA in Economics from the University of Guelph. He is interested in the application of econometric methods to survey and use administrative data from longitudinal studies. His primary area of research is applied micro-econometrics in the field of health economics.
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