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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-30: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Logistic Regression, The Bs

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28 Jan 2015
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Course: data analysis, book: stats: data and models (richard d. de veaux) third edition. Data does not have to be numerical. Sometimes values look like
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22- Chapter 17, Butler, Summer 2012, Textbook Notes

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11 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Los Angeles Times, Firstclass, Bar Chart

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10 Feb 2016
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A frequency table is used for recording the totals and the category names. Counts are useful but sometimes we want to know the proportion of the data i
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Random Variable, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Normal Distribution

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11 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Random Assignment, Design Of Experiments, Menopause

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11 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22- Chapter 14, Butler, Summer 2012, Textbook Notes

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11 Nov 2012
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Random in the short-term, predictable in long-term (ex) flipping a coin. Cannot predict oucome of one flip b/c its random. But if its fair coin, then c
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerWinter

STAB22 Chapter 4: STAB22 Chapter 4

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10 Feb 2016
15
The bins, together with these counts, give the distribution of the quantitative variable and provide the building blocks for the histogram. By represen
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22-C20.docx

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11 Nov 2012
25
Huge pieces of metal that are used as structural parts for cars and planes. Problem: if they crack while they are manufactured, they must be remade, or
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22 - Highly detailed Chapter 15 Notes, Summer 2012, Ken Butler

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11 Nov 2012
42
Ex. probability of car accident happening given the person is. Probability of an event can change when more is learned about relevant situation. [1] (e
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes -Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Health Canada, Eth

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10 Nov 2012
30
Statistics helps us to see the world more clearly & accurately. Way of reasoning that uses collection of tools & methods to help comprehend the world.
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerSummer

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes -Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Statistic

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11 Nov 2012
30
Chapter 21 - more about tests (hypothesis tests) Link p-value to decision to h0, and state conclusion in context. If h0 was true, wouldn"t see prop thi
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