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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorne BennettFall

STAT 2060 Lecture 1: Week 1 Lectures

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1: a characteristic of a sample (we will come back to this shortly!) 2: the science of collecting, analyzing, interpreting, presenting, and making conc
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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorna DeethSpring

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Random Variable, Probability Distribution

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1 review from week 4: continuous probability distributions f(x) The continuous probability distribution is represented by a probability density functio
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U OF GSTAT 2060Andrew SkeltonWinter

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Standard Deviation, Probability Distribution, Binomial Distribution

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U OF GSTAT 2060Andrew SkeltonFall

STAT2060 Lecture 5: Lecture set 5 2060 stats

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Consider this small population of my closest friends and their heights: mary (65, michelle (65) 2. Becky (68: alicia (65, aj (71, tina (64, justin (75,
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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorna DeethSpring

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Box Plot, Bias Of An Estimator, Unimodality

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The most common measures of central tendency are the mean, median, and mode. The mean is the average of all observations. When we are working with a sa
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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorna DeethSpring

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Contingency Table, Mutual Exclusivity, Conditional Probability

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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorna DeethFall

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Shot Put, Summary Statistics, Informa

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Important information and instructions: the deadline for this project is friday, november 24 at 11:59pm. Late submissions are not accepted, and will re
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U OF GSTAT 2060Lorna DeethSpring

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Probability Mass Function, Standard Deviation, Natural Number

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A random variable is a variable that takes on numerical values according to a chance process. These random variables can be discrete or continuous. Exa
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U OF GSTAT 2060Andrew SkeltonWinter

STAT 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Conditional Probability

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U OF GSTAT 2040Jeremy BalkaSummer

STAT 2040 Lecture Notes - Prostate Cancer, Simple Random Sample, Interquartile Range

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U OF GSTAT 2040Jeremy BalkaWinter

STAT 2040 Lecture 2: Jan 16-Jan 20

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In descriptive statistics, plots and numerical summaries are used to describe a data set. A categorical variable is a variable that falls into one of t
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U OF GSTAT 2040Jeremy BalkaWinter

Stat2040 Lec

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O2z1ras: type i errors, type ii errors, and the power of the test (8:11) (http://youtu. be/7me- In hypothesis testing we translate a question of intere
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