STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics
II
Fall 2010 Instructor: Maria Ripol Department
of Statistics, University of Florida Tuesday December 14, 2010
Please note that these grades are FINAL – there
were many opportunities to bring your grade up during the semester, including
the quizzes and projects and in particular the Extra Credit Quiz. I enjoyed teaching this class, and hope that
you feel you learned something worthwhile. Hope you all have a Wonderful Break, and Happy
Holidays! Monday December 6, 2010 ·
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WHEN:
Wednesday December 8, in class, 50 minutes COVERS: Contingency Tables, Logistic Regression, Noparametrics and Choosing Which Case (for all
procedures learned in Stats 1 and 2) FORMAT: 34 Multiple Choice Questions, more
interpretations than computations BRING: Pencils
and Eraser for scantron sheet provided, Picture ID, Calculator (NO
graphing calculators or phones allowed) REVIEW: all this week in class – go over topics and
more examples next Monday in
class – answer questions from students
STUDY: Practice
Problems, Suggested Homework, Quizzes, Lecture Notes, Read chapters from
Textbook HELP: Office Hours and Tutoring Hours are posted in Sakai Wednesday December 1, 2010 ·
Continue
Review for Final Exam ·
Monday November 29, 2010 ·
Start
Review for Final Exam ·
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Monday November 22 – Friday November 26, 2010 ·
No
Stats 2 Classes – HAPPY THANKSGIVING ·
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MONDAY
OFFICE HOURS: I will be in my office Monday from 9:35 – 3pm (with a lunch
break somewhere in there) if anyone wants to discuss where they stand in the
class, look over their Exam 2 or collect their Project 1. ·
NO
OFFICE HOURS Tuesday or Wednesday. Friday November 19, 2010 ·
More
Nonparametric Methods-Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test. ·
Wednesday November 17, 2010 ·
Continue
Nonparametric Methods – more Wilcoxon Rank Sum Test and Kruskal-Wallis. Monday November 15, 2010 ·
Start
Ch 15 – Nonparametric Methods. Will probably finish by Friday – then there
will be NO CLASS the week of Thanksgiving. ·
Computer
output – click here ·
Questions
on Contingency Tables and Logistic Regression. ·
Extra Credit Quiz – week after Thanksgiving ·
Friday November 12, 2010 ·
Started
and Finished Logistic Regression – sec 13.6 Wednesday November 10, 2010 ·
Finished
Contingency Tables Monday November 8, 2010 ·
Continue
Contingency Tables ·
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Project
1 grades are posted in Sakai. Friday, November
5, 2010 ·
Start
Contingency Tables (Chi-Squared Test for Two Categorical Variables) – Ch11 ·
Project
2 info coming Monday ·
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Results
for the whole class, and statistical analysis – click here ·
To
see your test, go to the following office hours:
Wednesday, November 3
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WHEN:
Wednesday November 3 ·
COVERS:
Simple Linear Regression(ch 13 and 12), Multiple
Regression (ch 13) ·
FORMAT: 34 Multiple Choice Questions, ·
BRING:
Pencils and Eraser for scantron sheet provided, Picture ID, Calculator (NO
graphing calculators or phones allowed) ·
HELP: Office Hours and Tutoring Hours are posted in Sakai Monday, November 1 ·
Finish
Exam 2 Review, Answer student’s questions. Friday, October 29, 2010 ·
Finish
Multiple Regression Examples – predicting Reaction Time on a computer game
from Distance and Hand used. ·
Start
reviewing for Exam 2 ·
Wednesday, October 27, 2010 ·
More
Multiple Regression Examples – predicting Wages from Length of Service and
Size of Company. Monday, October 25, 2010 ·
More
Multiple Regression Examples – predicting College GPA from 16 other variables,
and Quadratic Regression of Electrical Consumption on Temperature. ·
We
will finish Multiple Regression this week and start reviewing for EXAM 2. ·
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Friday, October 22, 2010 ·
More
on Regression with Dummy Variables – predicting weight from height and
gender. Wednesday, October 20, 2010 ·
Continue
Multiple Regression – we’ll use the output that I posted last week for the
next several lectures- here’s the link again:
Multiple
Regression Examples ·
Here’s
more output for the WT
vs HT and Gender example Monday, October 18, 2010 ·
Start
Multiple Regression – chapter 13 ·
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NOTE –
Wait until Wednesday (October 20 ·
To
see your TEST from now on, please stop by the instructor’s office hours –
they will NOT be in the TA’s office hours any more. Friday, October 15, 2010 ·
Homecoming
– no class Wednesday, October 13, 2010 ·
Finished
Simple Linear Regression –Residual Plots. Monday, October 11, 2010 ·
Continue
with Simple Linear Regression – Confidence and Prediction Intervals,
Residuals. ·
Correlation
Applets: ·
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To
see your test this week, go to the following office hours:
Friday, October 8, 2010 ·
Continue
with Simple Linear Regression – Testing for the Slope ·
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Project
1 info after Homecoming. Wednesday, October 6, 2010 ·
Exam
1 Results for the whole class, and statistical analysis – click here ·
Continue
with Simple Linear Regression – more on ANOVA. ·
Here
are some examples we’ll use in class – please print them: ·
Simple Linear
Regression Output (one page to be used this week) ·
Multiple
Regression Examples (about 15 pages to be used in the next few weeks) Monday, October 4, 2010 ·
Started
Inference for Regression – Chapter 12 Friday, October 1 ·
Start
Regression – Basics Chapter 3 ·
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You
will be able to see your test during the TA’s office hours starting next
Tuesday, where you will be able to compare your scantron
to the answer key and ask questions about what you got wrong on the
test.
Wednesday, September 29, 2010 ·
EXAM
DAY Monday, September 27, 2010 ·
Review
for Exam 1 Friday, September 24, 2010 ·
Finish
Two-Way ANOVA – bring computer output posted last Friday. ·
Correction to Practice Question #8 – Look only in
the F table at α=.05. Then p-value will be: ·
less
than 0.05 b) greater than
0.05 c) equal to
0.05 d) a lot less than 0.05 e)
a lot greater than 0.05 ·
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WHEN:
Wednesday September 29, in class, 50 minutes ·
COVERS: Review of STA2023(ch
10), One-Way and Two-Way ANOVA (ch 14) ·
FORMAT: 34 Multiple Choice Questions, more
interpretations than computations ·
BRING:
Pencils and Eraser for scantron sheet provided, Picture ID, Calculator (NO
graphing calculators or phones allowed) ·
REVIEW: Friday in class – go over TOPICS Monday in
class – answer questions from students ·
HELP: Office Hours and Tutoring Hours are posted in Sakai Wednesday, September 22, 2010 ·
MoreTwo-Way ANOVA – please bring examples posted last
Friday. ·
Quiz
2 continues. Monday, September 20, 2010 ·
ContinueTwo-Way ANOVA. ·
Quiz
2 continues. If you took the quiz
Friday or Saturday, there were some problems and you should have received an
email from me. ·
Instructor’s Office Hours today will be a bit
different
– 5 ·
Practice Questions for Exam 1 – click here Friday, September 17, 2010 ·
Start
Two-Way ANOVA. Print these examples
we’ll use in class. ·
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 ·
More
one-way ANOVA examples. ·
Instructor’s Office Hours today will be shorter than
usual – 6 ·
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Monday, September 13, 2010 ·
Continue
with one-way ANOVA – comparing means (sec 14.2) including Bonferroni
method. ·
Quiz
1 grades have been fixed. Everyone should
have an even grade – if your grade was an odd number, you had the question
with the wrong point value. Please let
me know if there are any problems. Friday, September 10, 2010 ·
Continue
with one-way ANOVA. We’ll look at the F table. ·
Wednesday, September 8, 2010 ·
Start
Analysis of Variance, Chapter 14.
Please print these examples
we’ll be using in class. ·
Quiz
1 continues – see below for details. Friday, September 3, 2010 ·
Finish
review – determine which case from examples posted before, plus a few
more examples. ·
Quiz
1 starts – see Wednesday’s post below for details. PLEASE let me know immediately if there are
any problems – I’m still trying to figure out the quiz function in Sakai. ·
Wednesday September 1, 2010 ·
Continued
review of STA 2023: third example from
handout and one more. We’ll finish
with the review Friday and start our first online quiz then. ·
All
quizzes – you have 1 hour to complete each quiz, 3 chances, highest one
counts ·
Monday August 30, 2010 ·
Continued
review of STA 2023: more examples from
handout. We’ll finish with the review
by Friday and start our first online quiz then. ·
In
addition to the office hours held by the instructor and the TA’s (posted on
the syllabus) you can also get help in the Teaching Center in Broward
Hall. Go to their website for more
information https://teachingcenter.ufl.edu/hours_location.html Friday August 27, 2010 ·
Continued
review of STA 2023: more info about p-values, started the examples from handout. If you are having trouble with any of the
material, go back and review Chapter 8 – Confidence Intervals, Chapter 9 –
Significance Tests, Chapter 10 – Comparing Two Groups. Remember there are suggested homework problems
posted in e-learning, and office hours to get help. Wednesday August 25, 2010 ·
We
reviewed some of the basic concepts covered in STA 2023: graphs, numerical measures of summary (mean
and standard deviation), statistical inference (confidence intervals and
significance tests). ·
TA
office hours are now posted on the syllabus – there are at least two hours of
office hours each day of the week.
Please make use of them if you have trouble with anything we’re doing
in class, or the suggested homework problems posted in e-learning, so you
don’t fall behind. Monday August 23, 2010 ·
First
class: Course Intro, go over the ·
Note-taker
needed for a student with disabilities, $75 for whole semester. If interested, please contact the
instructor in class Wednesday. ·
If
you are enrolled in one of my two sections, you should now have access to the
course webpage in e-learning-Sakai. Please log on using your gatorlink username and password, just to check that you
can get in. There’s not much to see
there yet, just this page and the syllabus.
Our first online quiz will probably start next week, after we’re done
with the review, and all the grades during the semester will be posted
there. Problems? ·
If you are unable to access e-learning at all, you
need to contact the CIRCA Help Desk (http://helpdesk.ufl.edu). ·
If you can access e-learning but you do not see
STA 3024 listed as one of your courses, please make sure you logged on to
SAKAI and not the old system. Also
make sure you are officially registered for one of my sections (7660, 4433) -
access to e-learning may take up to 24 hours after your registration is
complete. ·
If you still can’t see the course, email me (mripol AT stat.ufl.edu) and make sure you include the
following information: Name, Gatorlink
Username, UFID#. |