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09W-ProjectInstruct - STAT 454/854 Winter 2009 Instructions...

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STAT 454/854 Winter 2009 Instructions for the Final Project 1. Project Requirements Individual project with topic(s) approved by the instructor Word processed final report with minimum eight double-spaced pages (including tables and/or graphs) The final report should include at least the following parts: – A title and an abstract in less than 100 words – An introduction section to outline the problem(s) to be addressed – A main section to give technical details – A section on simulation studies, with detailed description on the simulation model and major results from the simulation – A final section for additional or concluding remarks – Acknowledgement and references The preferred program language is R. All codes will need to be submitted online and the simulation program needs to be repeatable Select your topic by Friday March 20 The final report is due Monday April 20 2. Suggested Topics A comparison between SRSWOR and SRSWR, with focuses on point and variance
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