Epidemiology

Research Methods

by José Becerra, MD, MPH, FACPM

2023-03-09

Analytic epidemiology research methods applied to astrological research for example, a math equation (a^2 + b^2 = c^2). Research community in general Astrology research community in particular You can render the HTML version of this example book without changing anything: Find the Build pane in the RStudio IDE, and Click on Build Book, then select your output format, or select “All formats” if you’d like to use multiple formats from the same book source files. As you work, you may start a local server to live preview this HTML book. This preview will update as you edit the book when you … Read more →

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Introductory statistics skills pack

by Glenna Nightingale and Michael Allerhand

2023-03-03

This book provides basic material for students seeking to learn statistics in an R environment, […] This skills pack introduces statistical concepts to beginners within the framework of R. Examples of analyses and R code are provided as well. Dr. Glenna Nightingale PhD Statistics research scientist (public health, epidemiology, spatial ecology, computational social science). Dr. Mike Allerhand, PhD Statistics -since 2009 Statistician at the Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology, University of Edinburgh. Since 2018 Statistical Consultant in the Statistical Consultancy Unit … Read more →

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T32 Working with Data Training

by Jean-Paul Courneya and Amy Yarnell

2021-07-23

This is material to accompany class sessions for the T32 Epidemiology of Aging training series […] This book was published with bookdown. The bookdown package can be installed from CRAN or … Read more →

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(Mostly Clinical) Epidemiology with R

by James Brophy

2021-04-26

This is an intermediate epidemiology book that focuses on clinical epidmeiology and its quantification using R. It stems from my belief that the learning of epidmeiologic principles is consolidated through hands on coding examples. […] James (Jay) Brophy is a full professor with a joint appointment in the Departments of Medicine and Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University where he works as a clinical cardiologist at the McGill University Health Center and does research in cardiovascular epidemiology. His research interests are eclectic and include clinical and outcomes research, … Read more →

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Disentangling the contribution of climate,deforestation,and control efforts on malaria epidemiology in the peruvian amazon rainforest

by Varios

2021-03-08

Disentangling the contribution of climate,deforestation,and control efforts on malaria epidemiology in the peruvian amazon rainforest … Read more →

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Nighttime Lights and Malaria in the Peruvian Amazon

by Gabriel Carrasco-Escobar

2020-05-27

Code library of data exploration and analysis […] Nighttime Lights (NL) datasets were used into urban planning, econometric downscaling, disaster response, development, and socio-environmental studies since the very beginning of their public release (Pastor-Escuredo, Savy, & Luengo-Oroz, 2015). (Henderson, Storeygard, & Weil, 2012). (Otchia & Asongu, 2019) In the malaria literature, most of studies used data extracted from NL datasets as a covariate to understand malaria epidemiology patterns (Lechthaler et al., 2019), most commonly used as part of an urbanicity/landscape indexes (Keiser et … Read more →

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Strengthening the Reporting of Observational Studies in Epidemiology STROBE (STROBE) Educational Expansion

by Melissa K Sharp

2020-05-10

This site is a public, open-source repository for epidemiological research methods and reporting skills for observational studies. We aim to be as inclusive as possible but this site is based on the Strengthening the Reporting of Observational studies in Epidemiology Statement. […] The purpose of this site is to create a public, open-source repository for epidemiological research methods and reporting skills for observational studies. Epidemiology, the study of diseases and population health, is a broad field with ever-changing methods and often heated debates about proper designs, … Read more →

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The Epidemiologist R Handbook

2024-07-11*

The Epi R Handbook is an R reference manual for applied epidemiology and public health. […] Usage: This handbook has been used over 3 million times by 850,000 people around the world. Objective: Serve as a quick R code reference manual (online and offline) with task-centered examples that address common epidemiological problems. Are you just starting with R? Try our free interactive tutorials or synchronous, virtual intro course used by US CDC, WHO, and 400+ other health agencies and Field Epi Training Programs worldwide. Languages: French (Français), Spanish (Español), Vietnamese (Tiếng … Read more →

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