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Unformatted text preview: STAT 8260 Theory of Linear Models Course Syllabus* Instructor: Dan Hall Office Hours: Tu,Th: 12:451:45, and by appointment Office: Room 218, Statistics Bldg. Phone: 542-3302 E-mail: email@example.com Teaching Assistant: Wei Xu Office Hours: Tues: 3:304:30 (rm. 259) & Wed: 7:308:30PM (rm. 307 (Statlab)) Office: Rm. 259, Statistics Bldg. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Lecture Hours: Tu,Th: 2:003:15, Room 306, Statistics Bldg. Pre/co-requisite : STAT 6520/6820 and STAT 6420 Required Text: Rencher, A.C. (2000). Linear Models in Statistics . Wiley. Reserved Texts: Graybill, F.A. (1976). Theory and Application of the Linear Model . Duxbury Press. Searle, S.R. (1971). Linear Models . Wiley. Searle, S.R. (1987). Linear Models for Unbalanced Data . Wiley. Stapleton, J.H. (1995). Linear Statistical Models . Wiley. Christensen, R. (1996). Plane Answers to Complex Questions: The Theory of Linear Models. Second Edition. Springer. Books on linear model theory fall into two main classes: those that take a geometric approach to the subject (e.g., Christensen, Stapleton) and those that take a more alge- braic approach (e.g., Graybill, Searle, Rencher). Our book falls in the latter camp, and I believe it is more accessible than most of the other choices out there. It is aI believe it is more accessible than most of the other choices out there....
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