Statistics 401 A XM Lecture Notes

Fall 2003


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Course Notes

  1. Notes from the first lecture presented on Monday, August 25
  2. German Mark V Tanks presented in lab on Monday, August 25
  3. Gender Discrimination? presented in lab on Monday, August 25
  4. Boxplots and Histograms presented in lecture on Wednesday, August 27
  5. Experiments vs. Observational Studies presented in lecture on Friday, August 29
  6. Some Key Statistical Concepts presented in lecture on Wednesday, September 3
  7. Explanation of trees.sas presented in lab on Monday, September 9
  8. The Natural Log Transformation presented in lab on Monday, September 17
  9. An Example of a Permutation Test presented in lecture on Monday, September 22
  10. Checking the Fairness of 100 Pennies presented in lecture on Wednesday, October 15
  11. The Sample Linear Correlation Coefficient presented in lecture on Monday, October 20
  12. Introduction to the Least-Squares Regresssion Line presented in lab on Monday, October 20
  13. The Simple Linear Regression F-Test as a Comparsion of Full and Reduced Models presented in lab on Monday, October 27
  14. Examination of Residuals in Simple Linear Regression to be presented on October 31 or November 3.
  15. A Lack-of-Fit Test for Simple Linear Regression Presented on November 10.
  16. Plots to Accompany Handouts on Two-Factor ANOVA Presented on December 1 and 3.
  17. More on Type I vs. Type III Sums of Squares Presented on December 12.

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