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## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Simple Random Sample, Recall Bias, Observational Study

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Observational study: observes variables but do not influence responses. Experiment: imposes treatment on individuals to observe responses. Confounding:

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter 12, 19: Proportion Sampling Distribution

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The parameter p number of successes in a sample total number of individuals in the sample. The sampling distribution is made out of : behave similarly

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14, 15, 17: Central Limit Theorem, Statistical Inference, Confidence Interval

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Statistical inference: provides methods for drawing conclusions about population from sample data: confidence intervals and tests of significance. Simp

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Central Limit Theorem, Null Hypothesis, F-Test

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Chapter 24: one way analysis of variance: comparing several. The issue when we have more than 2 samples to compare: with the techniques we"ve learned s

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Exploratory Data Analysis, Unimodality, Box Plot

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Individuals are objects described by a set of data. Nominal (unordered) vs ordinal (can be ranked - but intervals between ranks are usually not identic

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: F-Test, Analysis Of Variance, Null Hypothesis

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## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Block Design, Blind Experiment, Simple Random Sample

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Data are observations (such as measurements, genders, survey responses) that have been. Statistics is a collection of methods for planning experiments,

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Confidence Interval, Sample Size Determination, Sampling Distribution

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Chapter 19 inference about population proportion - stats 2244. P is similar in behaviour to sample means(xbar). The larger the sample the more near nor

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: F-Test, Null Hypothesis, List Of Statistical Packages

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We want to test the null hypothesis that there are no differences among the mean weights for the three experimental populations of diet types: The alte

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-12: Statistical Inference, Binomial Distribution, Probability Distribution

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The binomial setting: fixed number of n observations, n observations are independent, each observation falls within a pass or fail status, the probabil

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Exploratory Data Analysis, Qualitative Property, Categorical Variable

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Individuals: objects described by a set of data. Variable: any characteristic of an individual, different values for different individuals. Categorical

View Document## Statistical Sciences 2244A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Sample Space, Probability Distribution, Random Variable

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Random samples: eliminate bias from the act of choosing a sample but variability when choosing randomly can still cause inaccurate results. Chance beha

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