Textbook Notes for Eleanor Riesen

UOTTAWAHSS 2381Eleanor RiesenFall

HSS2381 Chapter 5: Statistical Inference

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17 Oct 2016
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Inferential statistics for coming to conclusions about what is probably true in a population, based on sample values: always has a degree of uncertaint
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Frequency Distribution, Analysis Of Variance

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15 Dec 2016
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Class 10 chi-squared test of goodness of fit, chi-squared test of independence: parametric and nonparametric statistical tests. Parametric statistical
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frequency Distribution, Unimodality, Statistical Inference

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17 Oct 2016
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Chapter 2: frequency distributions: tabulating and displaying data. Frequency distributions list data value in a sequence, usually in ascending order t
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Visual Analogue Scale, Pooled Variance, Null Hypothesis

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10 Dec 2016
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Two-sample t-tests: two-sample t-tests are used when the independent variable is a nominal-level variable with two levels when two categorical groups a
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Null Hypothesis, Contingency Table, Parametric Statistics

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10 Dec 2016
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Visual Analogue Scale, Null Hypothesis, Sampling Distribution

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18 May 2017
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Two-sample t-tests are used when the independent variable is a nominal-level variable with two levels that is, when two groups are being compared. Two-
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HSS2381 Chapter 3: Central Tendency, Variability, and Relative Standing

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17 Oct 2016
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Chapter 3: central tendency, variability, and relative standing. Characteristics of a data distribution: shape (chapter 2, central tendency, variabilit
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-12: Statistical Significance, Type I And Type Ii Errors, Standard Deviation

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15 Dec 2016
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Hss2381 - quantitative methods in health sciences i. When we do research, we are looking for relations between variables. So far, we have considered un
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Absolute Risk Reduction, Frequency Distribution, Absolute Difference

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17 Oct 2016
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Bivariate descriptive statistics: bivariate descriptive statistics are used to describe relationships between two variables. Smoking status and lung ca
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pressure Ulcer, Descriptive Statistics, Pulse Oximetry

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17 Oct 2016
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Abstract concept (in characteristics or behaviors) ex. Variables: something has to vary: independent variable: the thing that acts on or influences or
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Central Tendency, Xm Satellite Radio, Descriptive Statistics

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18 May 2017
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Chapter 3: central tendency variability, and relative standing. Both central tendency and variability can be expressed by indexes that are descriptive
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HSS 2381 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Absolute Risk Reduction, Relative Risk Reduction, Odds Ratio

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18 May 2017
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Chapter 4: bivariate description: crosstabulation, risk indexes, and correlation. Bivariate descriptive statistics: are used to describe relationships
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