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Various Useful Comments on Lectures, Homework and Exams Statistics 371, Fall Semester, 2011, Professor Wardrop My webpage and the course webpage are, respectively, http://www.stat.wisc.edu/˜wardrop/ http://www.stat.wisc.edu/˜wardrop/courses/371fall2011.html I do not have all of the course materials prepared. I will prepare them as the semester progresses. My goal is to always have at least two weeks’ material ready if you want to work ahead. If you need to have some idea of where the course is going, click on last semester’s course webpage and look at the names of the chapters in its Course Notes. Below I will describe the key components of the course materials. 1. I will post Course Notes (CN) on the course webpage. The CN will provide a development of the material covered in Stat 371. In many cases the CN will present much more sophisticated math than you will need to be successful in the course. I expect you to read the CN before lecture. (I will announce and post the sections to be read before each lecture.) 2. At lecture I will assume that you have read and attempted to understand the assigned material in the CN. In lecture I will focus mostly on showing you how to use the material presented in the CN. I will do this by spending most of the lecture time working out detailed examples of how to use the material. These examples will be posted on my website as Lecture Examples. You should bring the Lecture Examples to lecture so that you can follow what I am doing; i.e. I won’t be writing the Lecture
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