BTRY 7180: Generalized Linear Models

Monday, Wednesday 8:40 - 9:55, Comstock B108

Office hours: Monday 10am - 12am

Contact: gjh27@cornell.edu.

Syllabus

Class Projects requirements and possibilities.

Demonstration Code for convergence of glms along with accompanying data.

Homework 1 handed out in class, Monday September 12 and will be due in class Wednesday, September 28. The data set LungCancerBirdKeeping.Rdata is used in question 1. Solutions are provided in the form of notes and R code.

Demonstration Code for the shuttle data.

Homework 2 handed out in class Wednesday, September 28 and will be due in class Monday, October 17. Note corrections for 4a: EY = mu0 and var(Y) = phi V(mu0). Solutions are provided in the form of notes and R code.

Slides from the talk on paradoxical results in multidimensional item response theory.

R script for analyzing Bliss' beetle data.

R Script for the analysis of the Trout liver data.

Homework 3 handed out in class Monday, October 17 and will be due Wednesday, November 2. Data for Question 3, Data for Question 5 Solutions are provided in the form of notes and R code.

R script for a multinomial analysis of the pneumoconiosis data.

R script to carry out a Poisson analysis of the Ebird robbin data.

R script for log linear models on the coalminer data.

Homework 4 handed out in class, Monday October 31 and will be due Wednesday, November 16. Solutions are provided in the form of notes and R code.

R script with quasi-likelihood analysis for Fish species diversity data.

R script for two examples using GEE, one for Induced Cardiac Arrest in Beagles and one for epileptic seizures.

R script for non-parametric smoothing on the rotifer data.

Slides for my example 10 minute talk on the Hauk-Donner paradox.R script for the simulation of the paradox.