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Unformatted text preview: STA 100 Lecture 14 Paul Baines Department of Statistics University of California, Davis February 4th, 2011 Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! I Homework 4 posted, due Wednesday by 5pm! Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! I Homework 4 posted, due Wednesday by 5pm! I For Hwk 2 you can get back the points you lost for not printing out and turning in your R output back if. . . You print out your R output, staple it to your graded homework and bring it to me today ! Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! I Homework 4 posted, due Wednesday by 5pm! I For Hwk 2 you can get back the points you lost for not printing out and turning in your R output back if. . . You print out your R output, staple it to your graded homework and bring it to me today ! I Project details coming soon. . . Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! I Homework 4 posted, due Wednesday by 5pm! I For Hwk 2 you can get back the points you lost for not printing out and turning in your R output back if. . . You print out your R output, staple it to your graded homework and bring it to me today ! I Project details coming soon. . . Admin for the Day I Please pick up Midterm+old homeworks I Important: Homework 3 Solutions posted please read! I Homework 4 posted, due Wednesday by 5pm! I For Hwk 2 you can get back the points you lost for not printing out and turning in your R output back if. . . You print out your R output, staple it to your graded homework and bring it to me today ! I Project details coming soon. . . References for Today: Rosner, Ch 5.75.9, Ch 6.5 (7th Ed.) References for Monday: Rosner, Ch 6.56.8 (7th Ed.) Recap: Continuous Data So far, weve talked about tools for three main data types: Type of Data Values it can take Examples Binary Two values Y/N, Male/Female, Ginger/Not, Disease/No Disease, Pregnant/Not Independent 0,1,. . . ,n No. Gingers out of 20 children, Trials ( n =no. trials) No. heads out of 10 coin flips, How many injured sloths out of 200 Count 0,1,2. . . No. cases of Lyme disease, (no upper bound) No. traffic accidents No. Vet Emergencies Continuous Any Height (in cm), (Decimals) Blood Pressure, Weight (in lb) Last time we added a fourth. . . The Normal Distribution The normal distribution is described by two parameters: 1. The Mean . Denoted by ....
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