5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Decision trees
- Residual analysis
- a Value changes over time due to what?
- b True or false: Kaplan-Meier survival analysis curves do not account for confounding nor multivariate data.
- c What analysis determines the difference between actual y values and predicted y values in multiple regression analyses?
- d True or false: Cost-effectiveness analyses take into consideration quality of life.
- e What are used in order to visualize cost-effectiveness analyses?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What range of correlation coefficient is considered to be strong?
- What statistical analysis calculates an odds ratio for data adjusted for other variables?
- What range of correlation coefficient is considered to be intermediate?
- True or false: Hand searching for articles in systematic reviews is frowned upon as the articles were never published and are not statistically and clinically significant.
- What is the area under a survival analysis curve equal to?
5 True/False questions
Kaplan-Meier Method → What method used in survival analyses depicts a stair-step survival curve and lays out failure events from smallest to largest?
False → True or false: In step 3 of a systematic review, the person conducting the study must assess the trials for inclusion and determine a k statistic.
Mann-Whitney U → Which statistical test is used for dependent ordinal data and independent nominal data?
Literature search → What test is used to compare survival analysis curves?
Logit of P(y|x) → What survival analysis test weighs out survival time in an earlier part of the curve more heavily than other parts of the curve?