Statistics 401 A XM Lecture Notes
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- Notes from the first lecture presented on Monday, August 25
- German Mark V Tanks presented in lab on Monday, August 25
- Gender Discrimination? presented in lab on Monday, August 25
- Boxplots and Histograms presented in lecture on Wednesday, August 27
- Experiments vs. Observational Studies presented in lecture on Friday, August 29
- Some Key Statistical Concepts presented in lecture on Wednesday, September 3
- Explanation of trees.sas presented in lab on Monday, September 9
- The Natural Log Transformation presented in lab on Monday, September 17
- An Example of a Permutation Test presented in lecture on Monday, September 22
- Checking the Fairness of 100 Pennies presented in lecture on Wednesday, October 15
- The Sample Linear Correlation Coefficient presented in lecture on Monday, October 20
- Introduction to the Least-Squares Regresssion Line presented in lab on Monday, October 20
- The Simple Linear Regression F-Test as a Comparsion of Full and Reduced Models presented in lab on Monday, October 27
- Examination of Residuals in Simple Linear Regression to be presented on October 31 or November 3.
- A Lack-of-Fit Test for Simple Linear Regression Presented on November 10.
- Plots to Accompany Handouts on Two-Factor ANOVA Presented on December 1 and 3.
- More on Type I vs. Type III Sums of Squares Presented on December 12.