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Unformatted text preview: (STA 6126, Sec. 4309, Spring 2001) STATISTICAL METHODS IN SOCIAL RESEARCH I (T periods 5-6, 11:45-1:40 and R period 6, 12:50-1:40, LIT 113) Professor James G. Booth Department of Statistics 207 Griffin-Floyd Hall Phone: 392-1941 x230 Email: email@example.com Brief course outline This is an introductory course that covers basic statistical tools used in the social sciences. The main topics are: descriptive statistics, estimation, signif- icance tests, two-sample comparisons, methods for nominal and ordinal data, regression and correlation, multivariate relationships and multiple regression (if time permits). Use of a statistical computing package will be emphasized and will be required to complete homework assignments and/or takehome portions of exams. Course text Statistical Methods for the Social Sciences , 3rd Edition, Agresti and Finley: Prentice and Hall. Office hours : MTR, period 7 (1:55-2:45pm). Or by appointment....
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2012 for the course STA 6126 taught by Professor Yesilcay during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.
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