The main texts for this course are
Week | Topic | Readings | R files |
---|---|---|---|
1 | Overview [slides] [4up] | DDAR: Ch1, Ch2; Agresti: Ch1 | R-into.R [] |
2 | Discrete distributions [slides] [4up] | DDAR: Ch3 |
R-data.R
[] binomial.R [] |
3 | Two-Way Tables: Independence and Association [slides] [4up] | DDAR: Ch4; Agresti: Ch2 |
berk-4fold.R
[] vision-sieve.R [] |
4 | Two-Way Tables: Ordinal Data and Dependent Samples [Tutorial] on two-way tables |
DDAR: Ch4; Agresti: Ch2 |
msdiag-agree.R
[] haireye-spineplot.R [] |
5 | Loglinear Models and Mosaic Displays [slides] [4up] [Tutorial] on loglin models; [Mosaic display animation] |
DDAR: Ch5; Agresti: 2.7, Ch. 7 |
berkeley-glm.R
[] titanic-loglin.R [] |
6 | Correspondence Analysis [slides] [4up] | DDAR: Ch6 |
mental-ca.R
[] mca-presex3.R [] |
7 | Logistic Regression I [slides] [4up] [Logistic regression tutorial] [Tutorial] on logistic regression |
DDAR: 7.1-7.3; Agresti: 3.1-3.2; Ch 4 |
arthritis-logistic.R
[] cowles-logistic.R [] Arrests-logistic.R [] |
8 | Logistic Regression II [slides] [4up] | DDAR: 7.3-7.4; Agresti: Ch 4-5 |
cowles-effect.R
[] Arrests-effects.R [] berkeley-diag.R [] |
9 | Multinomial Logistic Regression [slides] [4up] | DDAR: 7.5-7.6; Agresti: Ch 6 |
arthritis-propodds.R
[] wlf-nested.R [] wlf-glogit.R [] |
10 | Log-Linear Models I [slides] [4up] | DDAR: 8.1-8.4; Agresti: Ch 7 | |
11 | Log-Linear Models II [slides] [4up] | DDAR: 8.5-8.11; Agresti: Ch 8 | |
12 | Generalized Linear Models: Count Data[slides] [4up] | DDAR: 9.1-9.4; Agresti 3.3-3.5 | phdpubs.R [] |
13 | Generalized Linear Models: Further topics | DDAR: 9.5-9.7 |
Please submit your assignments to me by email, as a PDF, Word, or HTML attachment (together with the associated R file), with a Subject: line "PSYC 6136: Assignment XX". To help me keep them straight, it would be most convenient to name them something like "YourName-AssignXX.{pdf,docx,html}".
There are three components to your evaluation in the course: two take-home projects (each worth 40%) that will involve analysis of one or more data sets together with a research report describing the background, your analyses, results and conclusions. For these, you can use any software you like, although R is strongly encouraged.
Here is a template for a markdown .Rmd file you can use if you are working in RStudio and want to write in R markdown.
Project 1 : a selection of data sets for the material up to and including logistic regression. Due date: Nov. 3
Project 2: a selection of data sets for the material from logistic regression to the end of the course. Due date: Dec. 15
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Canonical URL for this course is: http://www.yorku.ca/friendly/psy6136