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School: Kentucky
Course: Principles Of Statistics
Sensitivity and Specificity Part 2 CONSEQUENCES OF SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY Review: Sensitivity and Specificity There are 2 ways in which a dichotomous test can be correct. They are sensitivity and specificity Sensitivity is the test ability to corre
School: Kentucky
4/18/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 27 Inference for Regression Does the cost of a movie depend on its length? 31.38695 0.7144001 Now we want to know, how useful is this model? The Population and the Sample The movie budget sample is based on 120
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8/29/2013 STA291 Statistical Methods Pre-material Review Common Language o Population o Sample o Sampling Frame o Census o Parameter o Statistic Example The economic recession of 2008 led many consumers to reduce their spending on nonessential items. A Ga
School: Kentucky
4/24/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 31 Exam 3 o Wednesday, May 7th from 6PM 8PM. o Location: Whitehall Classroom Building room 106 (CB 106). o Make sure you bring an ID and a calculator to the exam. Analyzing a Design in One Factor The One-Way A
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4/17/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 26 Chi-Square Test of Independence The table below shows the importance of personal appearance for several age groups. Are Age and Appearance independent, or is there a relationship? 2 Chi-Square Test of Indepe
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4/10/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 25 Goodness-of-Fit Tests Given the following 1) Counts of items in each of several categories 2) A model that predicts the distribution of the relative frequencies this question naturally arises: Does the actua
School: Kentucky
4/18/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 27 Inference for Regression Does the cost of a movie depend on its length? 31.38695 0.7144001 Now we want to know, how useful is this model? The Population and the Sample The movie budget sample is based on 120
School: Kentucky
8/29/2013 STA291 Statistical Methods Pre-material Review Common Language o Population o Sample o Sampling Frame o Census o Parameter o Statistic Example The economic recession of 2008 led many consumers to reduce their spending on nonessential items. A Ga
School: Kentucky
4/24/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 31 Exam 3 o Wednesday, May 7th from 6PM 8PM. o Location: Whitehall Classroom Building room 106 (CB 106). o Make sure you bring an ID and a calculator to the exam. Analyzing a Design in One Factor The One-Way A
School: Kentucky
4/17/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 26 Chi-Square Test of Independence The table below shows the importance of personal appearance for several age groups. Are Age and Appearance independent, or is there a relationship? 2 Chi-Square Test of Indepe
School: Kentucky
4/10/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 25 Goodness-of-Fit Tests Given the following 1) Counts of items in each of several categories 2) A model that predicts the distribution of the relative frequencies this question naturally arises: Does the actua
School: Kentucky
4/10/2014 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 24 Inference about difference of population proportions One case: independent, large samples or completely randomized design with large n in either instance, variable of interest is qualitative (or categorical
School: Kentucky
Course: Principles Of Statistics
Sensitivity and Specificity Part 2 CONSEQUENCES OF SENSITIVITY AND SPECIFICITY Review: Sensitivity and Specificity There are 2 ways in which a dichotomous test can be correct. They are sensitivity and specificity Sensitivity is the test ability to corre
School: Kentucky
5/2/2013 STA291 Statistical Methods Lecture 2 Common Language o Population o Sample o Sampling Frame o Census versus census o Parameter o Statistic Example University Health Services at UK conducts a survey about alcohol abuse among students. Two-hundred
School: Kentucky
Course: Principles Of Statistics
Module 2 Exam B Statistic plus or minus MOE: Confidence interval Designed to be biased: Push Poll n individuals chosen from the population in such a way that every individual has the same chance of being selected: simple random sample numerical way of ack
School: Kentucky
Course: Biostatistics I
STA 580: Biostatistics I Breheny Quiz 4 (Practice) Real quiz 4: Thursday, April 19 1. Erectile dysfunction (the persistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection sucient for satisfactory sexual performance) is estimated to aect up to 30 million Amer
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Course: Biostatistics I
STA 580: Biostatistics I Breheny Quiz 3 (Practice) Real quiz 3: Thursday, March 29 1. According to the Child Health and Development Study, the average pregnancy length (for women who do not suer a miscarriage) is 279 days, with a standard deviation of 16
School: Kentucky
Course: Biostatistics I
STA 580: Biostatistics I Breheny Quiz 2 (Practice) Real quiz 2: Thursday, February 23 1. A dental cary is a an invasion of the tooth by microorganisms. Caries develop gradually over time, starting out minor but eventually developing into cavities. I will
School: Kentucky
Course: General Statistics
Name: Section: Homework 1 Solutions Chapter 1 Due: 5/11 1. An opinion poll contacts 1000 randomly selected adults from the U.S. and asks them, Please tell if you have bought a lottery ticket in the last 12 months. a. What is the population in this observa
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STA200 Lab9 Name: Section: TheLawofAveragedescribesthebehaviorofexperimentalresultsasthenumberof independenttrialsincreases(e.g.,asweaddmoreflipsofacoinormorespinsofaroulette wheel). TheLawofAverages:Averagesofproportionsarelikelytobemorestablewhentherea
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Lab8:InClass 1. Thefollowingstatementscontainamistake.Explainwhatiswrong. a. Wefoundacorrelationofr=1.09betweentheheightandweightofAmerican adults. b. Thecorrelationbetweenthegenderofworkersandtheirincomeisr=0.78. c. GotothefollowingWebsite: http:/bcs.whf
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Lab7:InClass Openmywebsitehttp:/web.as.uky.edu/statistics/us ers/dcluek2/ ClickonthelinkforthisclassthenclickonApplets intheupperleft Clickonthethirdimage(itshouldlooklikeanormalc curve).Thiswebpagehasanappletthat s calculatesnormalprobabilities. Ontheapp
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Lab6:InClass Governmentregulationsrequireautomakerstogivethecityandhighwaygasmileageforeach modelofcar.Calculatethefivenumbersummaryforthefollowing: a) Thefollowingdatasetgivesthehighwaymileages(milespergallon)forsedans. 1516161822222323242424242425252626
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Lab5:InClass 1. Sketchlinegraphsofaseriesofobservationsovertimehavingeachofthesecharacteristics. Markyourtimeaxisinyears. a. Astrongdownwardtrend,butnoseasonalvariation. b. Seasonalvariationeachyear,butnocleartrend. c. Astrongdownwardtrendwithyearlyseason
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Lab4:InClass 1. Doesanewmedicinereducethepainfromaheadache?Aresearchergathered100college studentscurrentlysufferingfromheadachesandgaveallofthemthenewmedicine.The researcherwassurprisedtolearnthat85%ofthestudentshadlesspain. a. Explainwhyweshouldnotputtoo
School: Kentucky
Course: Nonparametric Statistics
Nonparametric Statistics University of Kentucky STA 621, Fall 2012 Credit: 3.0 Lecture: 12:30 p.m - 1:45 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays Room 335, Multidisciplinary Sciences Building (MDS 335) Instructor: Patrick Breheny, Ph.D. Oce: Room 205D, Multidisciplin
School: Kentucky
Course: Nonparametric Statistics
Bayesian Modeling in Biostatistics University of Kentucky BST 701, Spring 2013 Credit: 3.0 Lecture: 3:30 p.m - 4:45 p.m., Tuesdays & Thursdays Room 206, Multidisciplinary Sciences Building (MDS 206) Instructor: Patrick Breheny, Ph.D. Oce: MDS 205D Phone:
School: Kentucky
Course: Nonparametric Statistics
Advanced Regression University of Kentucky BST 760, Spring 2011 Credit: 3.0 Lecture: Lab: 3:30 a.m - 5:20 p.m., Thursdays Room 222, Multidisciplinary Science Building (MDS 222) 3:30 a.m - 5:20 p.m., Tuesdays Room 207, College of Public Health Building (CP
School: Kentucky
STA 291-010 STATISTICAL METHODS SUMMER 2010 (Tentative, Tentative, Tentative, ) INSTRUCTOR Dustin Lueker Office: 859D POT Email: dustin.lueker@uky.edu Website: http:/web.as.uky.edu/statistics/users/dcluek2/ Office Hours: By Appointment TEXT Business Stati
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STA 200-010 STATISTICS A FORCE ON HUMAN JUDGMENT SUMMER I 2011 (Tentative, Tentative, Tentative, ) INSTRUCTOR Dustin Lueker Office: 859D POT Email: dustin.lueker@uky.edu Website: http:/web.as.uky.edu/statistics/users/dcluek2/ Office Hours: By Appointment