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Statistical modelling of time-to-event data using survival analysis: an introduction for animal behaviourists, ecologists and evolutionary biologists (TTED01)

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Statistical modelling of time-to-event data using survival analysis: an introduction for animal behaviourists, ecologists and evolutionary biologists (TTED01)

https://www.psstatistics.com/course/statistical-modelling-of-time-to-event-data-using-survival-analysis-tted01/

This course will be delivered by Dr. Will Hoppitt for the 21st - 25th January 2019 in Glasgow City Centre

Course Overview: Survival analysis is a set of statistical methods initially designed to analyse data giving the times at which individuals die, and assess the effect that different predictor variables have on the rate of death and is therefore useful for studying population dynamics and patterns of seabirds. However, its applications are much broader than this: it can be used to analyse any time-to-event data. Ecologists and evolutionary biologists often encounter data of this kind. Often factors influencing survival itself will be of interest. But there are many other cases, e.g. what factors influence the time of first breeding? Or the time taken to reach maturity? Animal behaviourists too will encounter this type of data frequently, e.g. what factors influence the time it takes to learn a novel behaviour pattern? Or the time to respond to a stimulus? etc. And yet the techniques of survival analysis are not generally well known by researchers in these disciplines.

In this course, you will learn how to apply survival analysis models to quantify the effect that predictor variables (continuous or discrete) have on the rate at which events occur, and how to test hypotheses about these effects. We will focus on a flexible modelling technique called the Cox proportional hazards model, which makes minimal assumptions about the underlying probability distributions. You will learn how to fit and interpret these models, how to evaluate its assumptions, and how to extend it to model time dependent variables, random effects, multistate models and competing risks models.

Course Programme
Monday 21st – Classes from 09:30 to 17:30 
Module 1: Statistical modelling of rates and times 
Module 2: Parametric survival models and the Cox model

Tuesday 22nd – Classes from 09:30 to 17:30 
Module 3: Fitting Cox models 
Module 4: Interpreting Cox Models

Wednesday 23rd – Classes from 09:30 to 17:30 
Module 5: Evaluating the proportional hazard assumption 
Module 6: Stratified Cox models

Thursday 24th – Classes from 09:30 to 17:30 
Module 7: Time dependent variables 
Module 8: Frailty Models and Multistate models

Friday 25th – Classes from 09:30 to 17:30 
Module 9: Competing risks models 
Module 10: Open session

Email [log in to unmask]
Check out our sister sites, 
www.PRstatistics.com (Ecology and Life Sciences) 
www.PRinformatics.com (Bioinformatics and data science) 
www.PSstatistics.com (Behaviour and cognition)

1.	November 26th – 30th 2018
FUNCTIONAL ECOLOGY FROM ORGANISM TO ECOSYSTEM: THEORY AND COMPUTATION (FEER01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Francesco de Bello, Dr. Lars Götzenberger, Dr. Carlos Carmona
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/functional-ecology-from-organism-to-ecosystem-theory-and-computation-feer01/

2.	December 3rd – 7th 2018
INTRODUCTION TO BAYESIAN DATA ANALYSIS FOR SOCIAL AND BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCES USING R AND STAN (BDRS01)
Glasgow, Dr. Mark Andrews
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-bayesian-data-analysis-for-social-and-behavioural-sciences-using-r-and-stan-bdrs01/

3.	January 21st – 25th 2019
STATISTICAL MODELLING OF TIME-TO-EVENT DATA USING SURVIVAL ANALYSIS: AN INTRODUCTION FOR ANIMAL BEHAVIOURISTS, ECOLOGISTS AND EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGISTS (TTED01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Will Hoppitt
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/statistical-modelling-of-time-to-event-data-using-survival-analysis-tted01/

4.	January 21st – 25th 2019
ADVANCING IN STATISTICAL MODELLING USING R (ADVR08)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Luc Bussiere, Dr. Tom Houslay
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/advancing-statistical-modelling-using-r-advr08/

5.	January 28th–  February 1st 2019
AQUATIC ACOUSTIC TELEMETRY DATA ANALYSIS AND SURVEY DESIGN
Glasgow, Scotland, VEMCO staff and affiliates
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/aquatic-acoustic-telemetry-data-analysis-atda01/

6.	February 4th – 8th 2019
DESIGNING RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT EXPERIMENTS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES (DRES01) 
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Daniel Lakens
https://www.psstatistics.com/course/designing-reliable-and-effecient-experiments-for-social-sciences-dres01/

7.	February 11th – 15th 2019
REPRODUCIBLE DATA SCIENCE FOR POPULATION GENETICS
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Thibaut Jombart, Dr. Zhain Kamvar
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/reproducible-data-science-for-population-genetics-rdpg02/

8.	25th February – 1st March 2019
MOVEMENT ECOLOGY (MOVE02)
Margam Discovery Centre, Wales, Dr. Luca Borger, Prof. Ronny Wilson, Dr Jonathan Potts
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/movement-ecology-move02/

9.	March 4th – 8th 2019
BIOACOUSTICS FOR ECOLOGISTS: HARDWARE, SURVEY DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS (BIAC01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Paul Howden-Leach 
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/bioacoustics-for-ecologists-hardware-survey-design-and-data-analysis-biac01/

10.	March 11th – 15th  2019
ECOLOGICAL NICHE MODELLING USING R (ENMR03)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Neftali Sillero
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/ecological-niche-modelling-using-r-enmr03/

11.	March 18th – 22nd 2019
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS AND R FOR EVERYONE (IRFE01)
Crete, GREECE, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-statistics-and-r-for-anyone-irfe01/

12.	March 25th – 29th 2019
LANDSCAPE GENETIC DATA ANALYSIS USING R (LNDG03)
Glasgow, Scotland, Prof. Rodney Dyer
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/landscape-genetic-data-analysis-using-r-lndg03/

13.	April 1st – 5th 2019
INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICAL MODELLING FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS USING R (IPSY01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Dale Barr, Dr Luc Bussierre   
http://www.psstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-statistics-using-r-for-psychologists-ipsy02/

14.	April 1st – 5th 2019
INDIVIDUAL BASED MODELS FOR ECOLOGSITS (IBME01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
               https://www.prstatistics.com/course/individual-based-models-using-r-and-netlogo-ibms01/

15.	April 8th – 12th 2019
MACHINE LEARNING (MLUR01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/machine-learning-using-r-mlur01/

16.	April 15th – 19th 2019
INTRODUCTION TO Q GIS FOR ECOLOGISTS (QGSE01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr Luca Nelli
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-qgis-for-ecologists-qgse01/

17.	April 22nd – 26th 2019
GIS USING R (GISR)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr Luca Nelli
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/gis-using-r-gisr01/

18.	April 29th – May 3rd 2019
COMPARATIVE GENOMICS (CMGN01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Fritz Sedlazeck, Dr. Matthias Weissensteiner
https://www.prinformatics.com/course/comparative-genomics-cmgn01/

19.	May 6th – 10th 2019 
INTRODUCTION TO MULTILEVEL MODELS (MIXED/HIERARCHICAL) FOR PSYCHOLOGISTS
Myuna Bay, AUSTRALIA,  Dr. Sean Murphy
Link to follow

20.	May 16th – 18th 2019 (please note this a 3-day course from Thursday to Saturday)
AQUATIC MOVEMENT ECOLOGY USING R (AMER01) 
Myuna Bay, AUSTRALIA, Dr. Ross Dwyer, Dr. Vinay Udyawer
Link to follow

21.	May 16th – 19th 2019 (please note this a 4-day course from Thursday to Monday)
INTRODUCTION TO R FOR EVERYONE (IRFE02)
Myuna Bay, AUSTRALIA, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-statistics-and-r-for-anyone-irfe02/

22.	May 20th – 24th 2019
MODEL BASE MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS OF ABUNDANCE DATA USING R (MBMV03)
Myuna Bay, AUSTRALIA, Prof. David Warton
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/model-based-multivariate-analysis-of-abundance-data-using-r-mbmv03/

23.	May 21st – 24th 2019
STATISTICAL TOOL BOX FOR ECOLOGISTS (STKE01)
Myuna Bay, AUSTRALIA, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/statistical-toolkit-for-ecologists-stke01/

24.	June 10th – 14th 2019
STABLE ISOTOPE MIXING MODELS USING SIAR, SIBER AND MIXSIAR (SIMM04)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Andrew Parnell, Dr. Andrew Jackson 
www.prstatistics.com/course/stable-isotope-mixing-models-using-r-simm04/

25.	June 17th – 21st 2019
SPATIAL MODELLING AND ANALYSIS OF ADAPTIVE GENOMIC VARIATION (SPGN01)
Glasgow, Dr. Matt Fitzpatrick
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/spatial-modelling-and-analysis-of-adaptive-genomic-variation-spgn01/

26.	June 17th – 21st 2019
INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON FOR BIOLOGISTS (IPYB06)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Martin Jones
http://www.prinformatics.com/course/introduction-to-python-for-biologists-ipyb06/

27.	June 24th – 28th 2019
ADVANCED PYTHON FOR BIOLOGISTS (APYB03)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Martin Jones
www.prinformatics.com/course/advanced-python-biologists-apyb03/

28.	July 1st – 5th 2019
DATA VISUALISATION AND MANIPULATION USING PYTHON (DVMP01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Martin Jones
http://www.prinformatics.com/course/data-visualisation-and-manipulation-using-python-dvmp01/

29.	July 29th – August 2nd 2019
INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF ECOLOGICAL DATA USING R (ISPE01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Jakub Nowosad
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/introduction-to-spatial-analysis-of-ecological-data-using-r-ispe01/

30.	September 16th – 20th 2019
R PACKAGE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT AND REPRODUCIBLE DATA SCIENCE FOR BIOLOGISTS (RPKG01)
Glasgow, Scotland, Dr. Cory Merow, Dr. Andy Rominger
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/r-package-design-and-development-and-reproducible-data-science-for-biologists-rpkg01/

31.	September 30th – October 4th 2019
GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRICS USING R (GMMR02)
Glasgow, Scotland, Prof. Dean Adams, Prof. Michael Collyer, Dr. Antigoni Kaliontzopoulou
http://www.prstatistics.com/course/geometric-morphometrics-using-r-gmmr02/

32.	October 7th – 11th 2019
CONSERVATION PLANNING USING PRIORITIZR : FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE (PRTZ01)
Crete, GREECE, Dr Richard Schuster and Nina Morell
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/conservation-planning-using-prioritizr-from-theory-to-practice-prtz01/

33.	October 21st – 25th 2019
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO MIXED MODELS (INCLUDING TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL AUTOCORRELATION) (MMTS01) 
Crete, GREECE, Dr Aristides (Aris) Moustakas
https://www.prstatistics.com/course/a-complete-guide-to-mixed-models-including-temporal-and-spatial-autocorrelation-mmts01/

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