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ChE 315 Statistical Data Analysis and Numerical Methods - Summer 2016 Instructions 1. This schedule represents the minimum amount of progress you should make each week. You can certainly work ahead. 2. Copy this template and save your own version as "ChE 315 Portfolio -'Your Name'". 3. Once you've created your own copy, share it with me ([email protected]) using OneDrive and be sure to give me the ability to edit the document. That way I can leave comments. 4. You will use this spreadsheet to do HW problems each week. Each assignment/project will have its own sheet, but will all be within a single file. The first 4 assignments are now available and the rest will be added later. 5. As you complete the assignments, mark down the completion date on the "index" sheet. I will then review and grade them and provide comments. I may also write comments directly on the HW sheets 6. I will grade each assignment immediately after it is due and give you comments. You can then revise the assignment and I will regrade. You final score will be average of the initial and revised grade. 7. At the end of the semester, you should keep this collection of problems for future reference. Suggested Schedule Week Begins Topic Lectures on Tegrity Chapter from Text Text Sections Deliverables - Due each Friday 5/16/2016 Intro, Sampling and Descriptive Statistics Navidi Chapter 1 All HW1 5/23/2016 Probability Navidi Chapter 2 Exclude 2.3, 2.6 HW2 5/30/2016 Propagation of Error Navidi Chapter 3 All HW3 6/6/2016 Probability Distributions Navidi Chapter 4 Only 4.5, 4.10, 4.11 HW4 6/13/2016 Confidence Intervals Navidi Chapter 5 HW5 6/20/2016 Hypothesis Testing part 1 Navidi Chapter 6, through Section 6.7 Exclude 6.3, 6.6 HW6 6/27/2016 Hypothesis Testing part 2 Navidi Chapter 6, through Section 6.14 Exclude 6.9, 6.10, 6.15 HW7 7/4/2016 Linear Regression Navidi Chapter 7 All HW8 7/11/2016 Multiple Regression Navidi Chapter 8 All HW9, Project Plan 7/18/2016 Factorial Experiments Part 1 Navidi Chapter 9 Only 9.1 HW10 7/25/2016 Factorial Experiments Part 2 8/1/2016 1-1 Sampling 1-2 Summary Statistics 1-3 Graphical Summaries 1-4 Excel and Minitab 2-1 Probability Concepts, 2-2 Counting Methods, 2-3 Random Variables, 2-4 Linear Functions of Random Variables 3-1 Bias and Uncertainty 3-2 Propagation of Error Formulas 4-1 Normal Distribution 4-2 Probability Plots 4-3 Central Limit Theorem 5-1 Large Sample Confidence Intervals for Population Mean 5-2 Small-Sample Confidence Interval for Population Mean 5-3 Confidence Interval for the Difference in Two Means 5-4 Confidence Interval for Paired Data Exclude 5.2, 5.5, 5.8, 5.9 6-1 Large sample hypothesis test for a mean, 6-2 Small sample hypothesis tests for a mean 6-3 Hypothesis tests for a difference in means 7-1 Tests with paired data 7-2 F tests 7-3 Power calculations 7-4 Multiple Tests 8-1 Correlation 8-2 Least Squares 8-3 Regression in Excel and Minitab 9-1 Multiple regression model 9-2 Model Selection 10-1 Intro to Experimental Design 10-2 One factor experiments (ANOVA) 10-3 Factorial Experiments 11-1 Curvature and Blocking 11-2 Screening Designs
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