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STA 3024 Introduction to Statistics 2 Section 7454 Spring 2011 Meeting Time MWF 3rd period (9:35–10:25 a.m.) and Location Pugh 170 Course Website http://www.stat.ufl.edu/ passonken Instructor Patrick Assonken Office Hours Griffin-Floyd 105 M 5th, T/R 4th, [email protected] or by appointment TAs Yuan Liao Yeonhee Park() Griffin-Floyd 115A McCarty C 401 [email protected] [email protected] Course Description and Objectives STA 3024 is a second course in statistics that applies tools from STA 2023 to develop a variety of statistical methods than can be used to make decisions with data in the real world. This course is intended to be accessible to students without a mathematical background, as no concepts beyond basic algebra are required. The following topics will be covered: Contingency tables and the chi-squared test Analysis of variance in both one-way and two-way layouts Regression, with an emphasis on inference Nonparametric methods Since this course builds directly on material from STA 2023, concepts from that course will be briefly reviewed as needed. Textbook We will use all 15 chapters of Statistics: The Art and Science of Learning from Data , by Alan Agresti and Chris Franklin, Prentice Hall, 2008. The first edition (2007) will also work, but the chapters, examples, and homework problems might be numbered differently. Although the textbook will not be used for any graded assignments or required readings, you will still find it useful as a source of extra problems and as a reference for additional information or alternative explanations.

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