ISQM Archive 2016-2017

Electronic Homestyle: Tweeting Ideology

September 21, 2016: Betsy Sinclair, Political Science, Washington University in St. Louis

Statistical Issues in Studying the Natural History of Diseases

October 12, 2016: Nicholas Jewell, Biostatistics, UC-Berkeley

Exploratory and Confirmatory Causal Inference for High Dimensional Interventions

October 19, 2016: Justin Grimmer, Political Science and Computer Science, Stanford University

One-Step Targeted Maximum Likelihood Estimation and the Highly Adaptive Lasso

November 9, 2016: Mark van der Laan, Biostatistics and Statistics, UC Berkeley

How Small Data Can Leverage Big Data

February 22, 2017: Bhramar Mukherjee, Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Michigan

Marginal Treatment Effects in Theory and Practice

March 8, 2017: Edward Vytlacil, Economics, Yale University

The Longitudinal Intergenerational Family Electronic Micro-Database (LIFE-M) Project

April 5, 2017: Martha Bailey, Economics, University of Michigan

Reproducibility of science: p-values, multiple testing and optional stopping

April 12, 2017: Jim Berger, Statistics, Duke University