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STA 6166, Fall 2010 Statistical Methods in Research I Section 5842 – MWF Period 5 @ Griffin/Floyd 100 Instructor: Dr. Larry Winner 228 Griffin/Floyd (352) 273-2995 [email protected] Office Hours: TBA (Will be posted on class website) TA: TBA (Will be posted on class website) Course Objective: Train graduate students in the sciences to plan and conduct experiments and data analysis. Textbook: Ott and Longnecker, 2004. A First Course in Statistical Methods , Duxbury. Other Materials: Datasets, assignments, and overheads available on class website. Web Site: http://www.stat.ufl.edu/~winner/ Homework and Exams: 1. Homework Assignments: There will be 5 assignments. You will have one week to hand them in from the time they are posted on the website. Each assignment will be worth 20 points. 2. Exams: There will be 3 in-class exams. Each will be worth 100 points. 3. Grading: Grades will be based on the total of 400 points from homework and exams. Grades are not negotiable (unless a mis-calculation is made in totaling points) 4.
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