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Unformatted text preview: University of Regina Statistics 296–Non Parametric Methods Section : 001 Lecture : TuTh 14:30–15:45 in College West, room 115 (CW 115) Professor : Michael Kozdron Office : College West 307.31 Phone (Office) : 585-4885 Phone (Home) : (306) 699-2369 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Home Page : http://stat.math.uregina.ca/ ∼ kozdron/Teaching/Regina/296Fall07/ Office Hours : TBA, or by appointment. Required Texts: • James J. Higgins, Introduction to Modern Nonparametric Statistics , Duxbury 2004. • SAS Lab Manual for Higgins’ Introduction to Modern Nonparametric Statistics , available online for free from our course website. Optional Texts: • Scott J. Richter and James J. Higgins, A SAS Companion for Nonparametric Statistics , Duxbury 2006. Course Description: 3 credits. Review of probability theory and basic concepts of statistical inference, tests and confidence intervals based on the binomial distribution, methods based on ranks (two or more independent samples, two or more related samples), and goodness-of-fit tests. Prerequisites: STAT 151 with a minimum grade of 60%. Grading Information: Your final grade will be determined by your performance in the course, including assignments, partic- ipation and office visits, the midterms, and the final exam. Students should consult Section 5.10.1 on Grading Descriptions on pages 31–32 of the Undergraduate Calendar for an outline of the expectations associated with various percentage grades. Evaluation Type Number Percentage of Final Grade Assignments 6 24% Participation and Office Visits 2 6% Laboratory Sessions 2 0% Midterm Exams 1 20% Final Exam 1 50% Caveat : In order to receive a final grade of at least 60% for the course, it is necessary (but not sufficient) to receive a grade of at least 60% on the final exam. Student Responsibilities: Students should familiarize themselves with both the Responsibilities of Students...
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This note was uploaded on 11/20/2011 for the course STATISTICS ST3241 taught by Professor Manwai's during the Spring '11 term at National University of Singapore.
- Spring '11