Analysis of Incomplete Data Short Course – 10/19

Instructor: Professor Ofer Harel, University of Connecticut
Organizer: American Statistical Association Council of Chapters
Co-sponsors: Boston Chapter of the ASA (BCASA) and the BU student Chapter of the ASA (BUSCASA)

October 19, 2018
8:30-9:00 AM, Presentation 9:15 AM-4:30 PM
Boston University, Sargent College Room 101, 635 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston
Registration requested by October 15.
Missing data is a common complication in applied research. Although most practitioners are still ignoring the missing data problem, numerous books and research articles demonstrate that dealing with it correctly is very important. Biased results and inefficient estimates are just some of the risks of incorrectly dealing with incomplete data. In this course, we will introduce incomplete data vocabulary and present problems and solutions to the missing data issue. We will emphasize practical implementation of the proposed strategies including discussion of software to implement procedures for incomplete data.