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Ripol 3024 F11 - STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics II...

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STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics II Fall 2011 Instructor: Maria Ripol Lectures: MWF 4th pd, NRN137, sec 4433 office: Griffin Floyd 117 C phone: (352) 273-2976 email: [email protected] web: http://www.stat.ufl.edu/~mripol office hours: MWF 7th period (1:55 2:45 pm) Teaching Assistants: TBA office: email: office hours: Course Description and Objectives In this course, students learn how to summarize data, analyze it, and make appropriate decisions based on it. This course satisfies General Education Credits in the Mathematical Sciences and is in the general category of M. The sequence of courses STA 2023-3024 provides students with a firm foundation in the basics of applied statistical methods. The prerequisite for this course is STA 2023, which covered chapters 1-9 in the textbook (data collection, graphical and numerical summaries, probability and an introduction to statistical inference). Concepts from STA 2023 will be reviewed as needed. The course focuses on the following four topics: 1. Analysis of Variance to compare three or more population means. 2. Inference for Regression, covering Simple Linear Regression and Multiple Regression. 3. Analysis of Two-Way Tables to study the relationship between two categorical variables. 4. Nonparametric Statistics that do not require a Normal distribution of the response variable.
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Required Materials: Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data, by Alan Agresti and Chris Franklin, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall.
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