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STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Maryland Route 2, Repeated Measures Design, Dependent And Independent Variables

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 16 The t-test for two related samples Repeated Measures Design/Within Subjects Design ...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dear Abby, Binomial Distribution, Standard Deviation

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 10 Normal Distribution A normal distribution is symmetrical. 50% of the scores are above the mean and 50% are below t...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Space Shuttle Challenger, Bar Chart, Confounding

Visuals Displays of Data - January 29 , 1986 the space shuttle Challenger exploded 73 seconds after launch - All the info was there to warn the people in charge this might occur - This is a prime example of different betwe...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Statistical Parameter, Statistic, Descriptive Statistics

Friday September 7, 2018 Intro to Statistics Lecture 2 Which Part of the Plane Should We Armour? Too much armor and the plane cant maneuver. Too little armor and the plane is too easy to shoot down. Section of the Plane Bu...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Level Of Measurement, Standard Deviation, Dependent And Independent Variables

th Stats Sept 26 Reporting the means - Before Y-axis represented frequenciesnow it represents the dependent variable - The independent variable are placed upon x-axis - Instead of a polygon we have a line graph that is use...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Toothpaste

Lecture 7 Sept 28 th How to Misuse Statistics Summary - Small sample size - Relying on the mean - Accuracy of the measure - Using trends to make positions - Missing baseline - Validity of the test - Correlation versus caus...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Experiment, Dependent And Independent Variables, Confounding

Stats (Sept 12 ) Things you need for every experiment - Variables o Independent: manipulated by researcher o Dependent: measured by researcher o Extraneous: factors that could realistically affect the D.V. but are not syst...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Bar Chart, Frequency Distribution, Level Of Measurement

Sept 19 , 2018 Proportions and Percentages: - A proportion is expressed as a decimal and is always less than 1 - Proportion p = fN - Percentage simply the proportion multiplied by 100, most likely invented because 50 is ea...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Juicer, Standard Deviation, Statistical Inference

Stats Oct 3d The Missing Baseline - Death rate in the Navy during the Spanish-American Civil war was 91000 compared to 161000 for New York City Validity of the Test - If you cant prove what you want, prove something else a...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Descriptive Statistics, Toothpaste
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Lecture 8 Friday, September 28, 2018 10:49 AM How to Misuse Statistics Question everything Small sample size: Users report 23 fewer cavities with creel toothpaste How big is the sample size? If it is small a small change i...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Standard Score, Statistical Inference, Standard Deviation
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Lecture 9 Wednesday, October 3, 2018 11:35 AM Chapter 5: Zscores What is the goal of inferential statistics: To compare one sample or population to another population or sample to see if they are different or the same We n...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Statistical Parameter
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Lecture 7 Continued Wednesday, September 26, 2018 12:06 PM Variability: Chapter 4 Variability: Tells us how spread out the scores are from a set of data. There are a few ways to measu...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture 6: STATS 2126 Lecture 6
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Lecture 6 Continued Friday, September 21, 2018 10:24 AM Chapter 3: Central Tendency Example: How can many people come from the exact same neighbourhood but one group of people say its amazing, one group say its average and...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Histogram
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Lecture 5 Wednesday, September 19, 2018 11:32 AM Make your own (Practice) 3 4 4 7 7 8 3 3 2 5 5 5 4 3 2 9 2 1 1 9 9 2 7 9 X F Proportions and Percentag...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
STAT-2126EL Lecture 4: STATS 2126 Lecture 4
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Lecture 4 Friday, September 14, 2018 8:16 AM Properties of the abstract number system Identity: Meaning of the number We all agree when I say the word two, you pic...

Statistics / Statistique
STAT-2126EL
Emond Michael
Statistics - Reference Guides

This Guide provides an easy to follow summary of all basic principles that are the foundation to Statistics and Probabilities. Using a combination of charts and sample equations, the key concepts are developed and the esse...

Econometrics
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