BSTA 518 Spatial Data Analysis with GIS
Instructor(s): Dongseok Choi, PhD
Course Description This course is designed for students in Biostatistics Certificate Program, the Epidemiology & Biostatistics track of the Oregon MPH program and others who are interested in GIS/Spatial Statistics applications for environmental and health related research. Geographic information system (GIS) software is a powerful tool for assessment, decision-making, and information sharing. GIS provides a platform for the analysis of health data in relationship to population demographics, socioeconomic factors, surrounding social and health services, and the natural environment. The course will also cover basic statistical methods for the analysis of spatial data such as kriging and spatial clustering. The class will be taught in a computer lab and students are required to do a course project with a data set throughout the quarter under the supervision of the instructor.
Term Offered Summer
Prerequisite BSTA 512 or PHPM 526 or equivalent or permission of instructor
PHPM Cross-Listing This course is the equivalent of and is replacing PHPM 533.