LONGPOP | Course ‘Introduction to Spatial Regression with R’, 22-24 January, Leuven.
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09 Ene Course ‘Introduction to Spatial Regression with R’, 22-24 January, Leuven.

The course is organised by FaPOS and will take place in the Katholic University of Leuven, Raadzaal, Leuven, in the framework of the LONGPOP project.

Spatial statistics concerns the analysis of the geographical pattern of the outcome of interest. Is there a geographical trend?  Do events cluster together? Focus in this course is on spatial regression techniques to be used for analysis of population and epidemiological registers. Emphasis is on hands-on examples using R. The course will provide participants hands-on knowledge and skills to use the methods in their own research.

FaPOS is the Family and Population Studies research group established within the Centre of Sociological Research of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the KU Leuven: https://soc.kuleuven.be/ceso/fapos

For further information please contact Hideko Matsuo: hideko.matsuo@kuleuven.be

More information can be found here.