Statistics 1060B

Course Outline

Date | Topic | Sections in text |

Week of January 4 | Introduction Displaying and describing distributions |
1.1, 1.2 |

Week of January 11 | Describing distributions Normal distribution |
1.2 1.3 |

Week of January 18 | Normal distribution Scatterplots, correlation & least squares regression |
1.3 2.1-2.3 |

Week of January 25 | Cautions about correlation and regression Relations in categorical data The question of causation |
2.4 2.6 2.7 |

Week of February 1 | Producing data | Chapter 3 |

Friday February 5 | MUNRO DAY - NO CLASS | - |

Week of February 8 | Probability | 4.1, 4.2, 4.5 (p. 346-354) |

Week of February 15 | Random variables Means and variances of random variables Binomial distribution |
4.3 4.4 5.1 |

February 22-26 | STUDY BREAK - NO CLASSES | - |

Monday March 1 6:30-8:30 p.m. | MIDTERM-NO CLASSES | - |

Week of March 2 | Binomial distribution Sampling distribution of sample mean |
5.1 5.2 |

Week of March 8 | Estimating with confidence Tests of significance |
6.1 6.2 |

Week of March 15 | Tests of significance | 6.2, 6.3, parts of 6.4 |

Week of March 22 | T-test Paired t-test |
7.1, pages 504-512 pages 512-616 |

Week of March 29 | Pooled two sample t procedures Inference for a single proportion |
pages 550-554 8.1 |

Friday April 2 | GOOD FRIDAY - NO CLASSES | - |

Week of April 5 | Inference for two-way tables Confidence interval for the difference between two proportions REVIEW |
9.1, 9.2 pages 601-603 |

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