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STA 6167 Statistical Methods in research ii Spring 2011 Tu 2-3, th 3 @ Floyd 100 Instructor: Dr. Larry Winner Office: 228 Griffin/Floyd Phone: 392-1941 x-230 E-Mail: [email protected] (not to be used for technical explanations) Office Hours: TBA (will be posted on class website) Text: Applied Statistical Methods (on class website) General Topics (Tentative) Multiple Linear Regression Analysis of Covariance General Linear Model Factorial Designs (Fixed, Mixed, Random Effects) Nested Designs Split-Plot Designs Repeated Measures Designs Logistic Regression Poisson Regression Nonlinear Regression Introduction to Survival Analysis Grading:
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This course will consist of a series of data analysis projects and 3 exams. The projects will count 25% of final grade, and each exam will count 25%. Exam 1: Tuesday, Feb. 8 Exam 2: Tuesday, March 1 Exam 3: Tuesday, April 19 Projects and datasets will be posted on class website. SAS and R code will be provided for all methods covered in the
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Unformatted text preview: course on class website. R can be downloaded for free from the website: SAS licenses (not permanent, but while you are a student) can be purchased for $50 in the basement of the bookstore or by going to (at least, it was the last time I taught this class): Notes: • Homework problems will be assigned from textbook, but not graded. • Homework projects will be posted on class website and will be taken up and graded. Projects must be handed in (hard copy), e-mail will not be accepted. • Exams are 1-hour. You may bring a copy of the t, χ 2 ,F table with hand written notes (8.5x11”) • Homework will count 25% of your course grade, each exam will be 25% • Grades are not negotiable. • You may request problems to be worked out in upcoming class via e-mail. I will not give detailed solutions via e-mail....
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2012 for the course STA 6167 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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