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fall11syST5044 - Syllabus for STAT5044 Regression and ANOVA...

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Syllabus for STAT5044: Regression and ANOVA, Fall 2011 MW: 2:30-3:45pm, Hutch 409; TR 11:00am-12:15pm, Hutch 204 Instructor: Inyoung Kim Office: 410A Hutcheson Phone: 540-231-5366 Email: [email protected] Homepage http://www.stat.vt.edu/ inyoungk/ Office Hours: M-W 1:10-2:30am or by appointment Textbook: Applied Linear Statistical Models, by Kutner, Nachtsheim, Neter, & Li. Reference: Categorical Data Analysis by Alan Agresti Reference: Applied Linear Models, by Weisberg. Prerequisites: This course is aimed at 1st-semester graduate students in statistics. You should possess a working knowledge of basic statistical testing and estimation concepts, procedures, and terminology. Our coverage of statistical methods and tech- niques will be deeper than required for perfunctory data analysis. The goal of this class is to understand not just how the methods work, but why. Course Outline: We will cover topics in the following table: Topic Percentage 1 Simple linear regression with matrix expression 10 2 Inference ( point estimation, testing, prediction) 10 3
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