“A Workshop: Time series analysis and measures from wearable devices”
This special workshop is hosted by the Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club.
For those who have data collected over time, it can be helpful to evaluate periodic aspects in the data. This tutorial will introduce methods used to characterize rhythmic components in data. We will focus on daily and circadian rhythms and data such as wrist actigraphy and running wheel activity to answer questions like: Is there a significant rhythm? What is the chronotype? Is there evidence of chronodisruption?
For inquiries contact the Hope Center.
3:30p Erik Herzog (WashU Biology) “Introduction to time series analysis: actigraphy. Methods to measure phase, amplitude and period (e.g. Cosinor, FFT, Periodogram, Autocorrelation, etc.), assumptions, and practical lessons”
4:15p Michael Hughes (WashU Medicine) “Introduction to time series analysis: gene expression”; “Meta-Cycle and JTK-Cycle”
4:35p Peinan Zhao (WashU Obstetrics & Gynecology) “New methods for sleep onset/offset extraction”