For example, I wrote about a third of the Stat 500 notes Dr. Koehler used last semester. The rest came from another Stat 500 instructor who got them in the 1990's from Dr. Koehler. My version of the "old" 511 was based on the notes Dr. Nettleton wrote, based on notes Dr. Vardeman wrote.
Links to each lecture or lab are in the following calendar. They are labeled by their contents. You are welcome to use these if you miss a class or want to see another presentation of the material. The page numbers on the tapes will (obviously) not match this year's page numbers.
Week  Monday  Weds  Friday 

1 
Jan 14
Parts of Stat 500 tapes: Choosing a test, 1way ANOVA Fixed, Random effects, Linear contrasts 
Jan 18 Parts of Stat 511 tapes: Column spaces (last half of lecture) Projection matrices and their properties ANOVA for a sequence of models 

2  No class: MLK day 
Jan 23
Parts of Stat 500 tapes: Orthogonal contrasts, multiple comparisons 
Jan 25
Parts of Stat 500 tapes: Misusing and using model selection, 2 way factorial terminology 2 way factorial: SS as formulae, SS as contrasts among cell means 2 way factorials: SS as model comparison, Interpretation of interactions 
3  Need to look in my notes to see what was covered when  
4  ditto  
5  Feb 11 Maximum likelihood 
Feb 13 Maximum likelihood 
Feb 15 Logistic regression 
13  Apr 19 Penalized regression splines  start*starts at 32:35 Penalized regression splines  part 2 Penalized regression splints  end 