Time-Varying Effect Modeling Interest Group for Penn State

Ashley Linden-CarmichaelAugust 5, 2019:

This fall, Methodology Center Investigator Ashley Linden-Carmichael will be hosting a special interest group for researchers who are interested in time-varying effect modeling (TVEM). TVEM is a data-analysis method that extends linear regression to allow the association between two variables to be modeled without making assumptions about the nature of the association.

The group will provide a forum for researchers to discuss their own research and to learn from others. Students, post-doctoral researchers and faculty are all invited.

Want to learn more about TVEM before the first meeting? Use the TVEM Learning Path to learn what questions TVEM can answer, how to prepare your data, how to run the macro, and more.

TVEM Special Interest Group
Dates: Tuesdays 9/24, 10/22, 11/19, and 12/10
noon – 1 p.m.
401 Health and Human Development Building
Contact: Ashley Linden-Carmichael (axc547@psu.edu)

To learn more, look for details about the TVEM course that Ashley will teach in spring semester of 2020.