Lecture 2 2010 - 1 I.Introduction (Lecture 1)...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 I.Introduction (Lecture 1) A.Econometrics –brief definition. B.Econometrics –body of knowledge, methods. C.Applied Research –what we do with it. Some Key Terms: c Econometrics c Dependent variable c Independent variable c Population parameter c Disturbance c Time-series data c Cross-section data c Pooled Data or Panel Data PRS RF Student Clicker Two line display for indicating response and status of receipt Alpha, Numeric and T/F Keys Setup Key Diagnostics include Battery level % Scroll Keys Send/Enter Backspace AAA batteries used to keep future costs down. Setup menu New classscan 1.Turn on your clicker 2.Hit the * key to get to the setup menu Two line display for indicating response and status of receipt Alpha, Numeric and T/F Keys Setup Key Diagnostics include Battery level % Scroll Keys Send/Enter Backspace AAA batteries used to keep future costs down. Setup menu Diagnostics 1.Hit the “down” scroll key once. 2 Alpha, Numeric and T/F Keys Setup Key Diagnostics include Battery level %...
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This note was uploaded on 12/08/2011 for the course ECON 312 taught by Professor Daniellass during the Winter '10 term at UMass (Amherst).

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Lecture 2 2010 - 1 I.Introduction (Lecture 1)...

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