10 Credits SPRING

Cannot be taken with: MAS61001
Pre-requisites: MAS223


Aims/Description: This module introduces the theory and application of generalised linear models. These models can be used to investigate the relationship between some quantity of interest, the 'dependent variable', and one more 'explanatory' variables; how the dependent variable changes as the explanatory variables change. The term 'generalised' refers to the fact that these models can be used for a wide range of different types of dependent variable: continuous, discrete, categorical, ordinal etc. The application of these models is demonstrated using the programming language R.

Restrictions on availability: Excluded module is level 4 version of this module - not yet entered into IMM

Staff Contact: TRIANTAFYLLOPOULOS KOSTAS
Teaching Methods: Lectures, Independent Study
Assessment: Formal Exam

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