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Intro_mod1 - Agenda l Introductions l Syllabus l Review l...

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Agenda l Introductions l Syllabus l Review l Module 1 l iClicker
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About Me l 3rd Year PhD Student, Statistics l BS in Math from the University of Rochester l Email: [email protected] l Hobbies: Electric Violin and Weightlifting l Halloween 2007: l WaLuigi
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About You l Name l Preferred Name l Year l Something interesting about you l Pets? Play an instrument? Favorite food? ....
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Highlights from the syllabus l Feel free to contact me: l [email protected] l Be sure you understand: l The grading policy l Participation l The homework policy l The lab attendance policy
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Types of Variables l Categorical l Category values (gender, year in school) l Graphs l Bar chart l Quantitative l Numerical values (age, income) l Graphs l Histogram l Boxplot
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Quantitative Variables l The distribution is often described by its shape. Some words we use include: l Bell-shaped l Uniform l Skewed l Bimodal
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Quantitative Variables l Numerical summaries (when appropriate) of a set of quantitative data describes either the location or the
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