Class Notes for STA130H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Histogram, Unimodality, Linear Combination

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8 Apr 2020
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Each value of a variable is from a numerical scale. Each value is from a fixed set of possible values. Possible values may or may not have an ordering.
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture 13: More Examples

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6 Apr 2020
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Contingency Table, Confounding

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30 Mar 2020
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Using the table function, creat a contingency tables showing the counts of women who were smokers/non-smokers at baseline and their survival outcomes a
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Conjoined Twins, National Research Act, Neustar

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23 Mar 2020
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Research ethics: medical and scientific research involving humans usually require approval and monitoring by an ethics board, uoft has several ethics r
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Confidence Interval, Randomized Experiment, Marginal Distribution

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16 Mar 2020
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This is called an interaction term: including the term bty_avg*gender on the right-side of the model specification in lm includes the interaction term
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Unit Square, Terminal And Nonterminal Symbols, Tree Model

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9 Mar 2020
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Classification trees: data was collected on 50 cancer patients to investigate the effectivness (yes/no) of a treatment. Two quantitative variables, , a
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 1: STA130 Lec01 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science

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10 Sep 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 4: STA130 lec04 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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1 Oct 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 2: STA130 Lec02 An Introduction to Statistical Reasoning and Data Science

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18 Sep 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 6: sta 130 lec06 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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20 Oct 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 3: STA130 lec03 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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25 Sep 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 7: STA130 Lec07 An introduction to statisticla reasoning and data science

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22 Oct 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 11: STA130 Lec11 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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20 Nov 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 10: STA130 Lec10 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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15 Nov 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Statistical Inference, Test Statistic, Null Hypothesis

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1 Feb 2020
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Sometimes the goal of statistical work is to make conclusions or decisions based on the incomplete information we have in our data this procedure is kn
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UTSGSTA130H1Nathalie MoonFall

STA130H1 Lecture 12: STA130 Lec12 An introduction to statistical reasoning and data science

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27 Nov 2018
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Rstudio, Data Science, Markdown

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30 Jan 2020
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R objects: r lets you save data by storing it in a object, when you create an object, the object will appear in the environment pane of rstudio. Functi
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UTSGSTA130H1Liza BoltonWinter

STA130H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Random Variable, Data Wrangling, Linear Combination

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29 Jan 2020
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The histogram of a variable is a graphical method to vizualize the distribution of a single variable. To construct a basic histogram: divide the data i
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