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Chapter 1: Observational vs. Experimental studies - cause and effect - types of observation studies. Census vs. sample survey - Data set Chapter 2: Sampling - conveienience sample - voluntary response sample - bias sample Chapter 3 - 4: From sample to population - random, nonrandom, sampling, nonsampling error - M.O.E. - Random vs. bias error - Probability sample: Simple random sample vs . Stratified Random Sample Chapter 5 - 6: Experiments - randomization - statistical significance - randomized comparative experiment (completely randomized design), randomized blocked design, matched pairs design - refusals, non-adherers, dropouts - double blind Chapter 8: Measurement Error - Validity - Reliability - Bias Chapter 10 – 11: Graphical Dislplays of a distribution - Distribution definition - data tables - Bar vs. Pie chart - Histograms vs. stem and leaf plot Chapter 12: Describing distributions with numbers
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Unformatted text preview: and standard deviation-Center and spread-Percentile Chapter 13: Normal Distribution-properties-percentiles-z scores-1, 2, and 3 standard deviation rule Chapter 14-15: two quantitative variables-scatterplots-correlation-least squares regression equation Chapter 17-18: Probability-Interpretation of probability-Probability models-Outcomes/events-Rules of probability model Chapter 19: Simulation-random number table properties-know how to simulate an experiment-Law of large numbers Chapter 20: Expected values-interpretation-law of large numbers-simulating an expected value-calculating an exact expected value Chapter 21: Confidence intervals-population parameter-sample statistic-standard deviation of sample statistic-Law of large numbers-Central limit theorem-Construction and interpretation of c.i. for mean and proportion...
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