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Unformatted text preview: Stat 104 Section 1 1 Contact Info Josh Zagorsky, < email@example.com > Office Hours: Thursdays from 2pm-3pm in Science Center 600, or email for other times. 2 Logistics Course website: my.harvard.edu/k78388 Problem Set #1 is due Friday, Feb 4th, at 4pm in any of the Stat 104 TF mailboxes outside Science Center 300. All subsequent problem sets are due in the mailbox of your assigned TF. Download and install Stata from http://downloads.fas.harvard.edu/download. Stata will not run unless you also install KeyAccess or KeyServer, which is available on the same website. There is a useful walkthrough on installing and using Stata in the 7-page file called Getting Started With Stata on the Stata page of the course website 3 Goals The material you learn in Stat 104 will enable you to quantitatively analyze data. Its helpful for real-world thinking and decision-making, and its crucial for working in academic research, finance, and lots of other fields.lots of other fields....
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2012 for the course STATS 104 taught by Professor Michaelparzen during the Fall '11 term at Harvard.
- Fall '11