Research Scientist

Daniel Christoph Schneider

Laboratory of Demographic Data

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I have been working at the MPIDR as a Statistical Programmer since 2015. Among my current research interests are single and multiple time series analysis and discrete-time multistate models in epidemiology. While I work in several different statistical software environments, my published software contributions have been to the Stata community. For more information, please see my ResearchGate profile.

MPIDR Publications

Recent All

Hale, J. M.; Schneider, D. C.; Gampe, J.; Mehta, N. K.; Myrskylä, M.:
Epidemiology. forthcoming. (2020)
Hale, J. M.; Schneider, D. C.; Mehta, N. K.; Myrskylä, M.:
SSM-Population Health 11:100577, 1–9. (2020)    
Kripfganz, S.; Schneider, D. C.:
Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics. (2020)    
Goisis, A.; Schneider, D. C.; Myrskylä, M.:
Population Studies 72:3, 381–397. (2018)    
Höhn, A.; Aagaard Larsen, L.; Schneider, D. C.; Lindahl-Jacobsen, R.; Rau, R.; Christensen, K.; Oksuzyan, A.:
BMJ Open 8:7, e021813–e021813. (2018)    

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