New Course: Longitudinal Analysis for Surveillance

Sykdomspulsen has published a short course that teaches students to run “normal regressions” in situations where the data structure would ordinarily prohibit you from running regression models. These situations mostly pertain to clusters of correlated data.


You can find the course “Longitudinal Analysis for Surveillance” in the Learning page.

When dealing with longitudinal data, there are two kinds of analyses that can be performed:


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White (2022, Jan. 24). Sykdomspulsen: New Course: Longitudinal Analysis for Surveillance. Retrieved from

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  author = {White, Richard Aubrey},
  title = {Sykdomspulsen: New Course: Longitudinal Analysis for Surveillance},
  url = {},
  year = {2022}