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STATISTICS 706 SYLLABUS Fall 2008 John M. Grego 200F Leconte MW 4-5:15 BA 204 777-5110 Office Hrs: MW 2:30-4:00 [email protected] Text Lecture Notes and Practical Data Analysis for Designed Experiments by Brian S. Yandell Attendance Though attendance is rarely a problem with graduate students, I would like to note that my policy corresponds to the policy stated in the student handbook: If you miss more than 10% of your classes ( > 3 classes), the teacher may choose an appropriate penalty. I will deduct 2% from your final class average for each additional day that you miss after the third absence. Expect an e-mail message if you miss class–I will make inquiries on the days you do not show up. Disabilities If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit a letter to me from the Office of Student Disability Services in a timely manner so that your needs may be addressed. The Office of Student Disability Services determines ac- commodations based on documented disabilities. Contact: 777-6142, LeConte 112A; http : //www.sa.sc.edu/sds . Learning Outcomes Students should be able to translate an experimental description into a statistical model, including identifying modeling restrictions and assumptions. develop appropriate hypothesis tests and statistical comparisons for non-standard de- signs; assess the appropriateness of computer packages’ tests for non-standard designs. communicate experimental designs to a technical audience.
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