BME 423
HOMEWORK SET #4
FALL 2008
In each problem, make sure that you: (1) state clearly which statistical procedure you are using and why you selected it; (2) state the null hypothesis for any que
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Ming-Hsieh Department of Electrical Engineering Homework 4, EE 200L, Fall 2008, Ali Zadeh
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Homework 4 Solution
1. Nonparametric methods (13 points)
There are two treatments in the same group of subjects and the data is not normally distributed
Wilcoxon Signed-Rank test
Su
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BME-423
HOMEWORK #2
FALL 2008
1. The table below is taken from a study investigating the cause of diarrhea in patients with gastroenteritis and shows the relationship between foreign travel and a p
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Sept. 14, 2015
Hypothesis Testing
Differences Between Groups
I. The Idea
II. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA or F Test)
A. Two Estimates of Variance
B. The F Statistic
III. Example
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Aug. 31, 2015
Some Basic Probability
Probability and Random Variables
Discrete (vs. Continuous) RV
Gamblers Fallacy
Independent vs. Dependent Events
Discrete Random Variable
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Nov. 4, 2015
Multiple Treatments in Same Subject
Repeated Measures
I.
Paired t Test
A. Idea
B. Test procedure
C. Example
II. Sum of Squares ANOVA Framework Revisited
A. New Not
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Oct. 12, 2015
Types of Error in Inferences and
Power of a Statistical Test
I. The Idea
II. Two Types of Errors
III. What Determines a Tests Power
A. Size of Type I Error
B. Siz
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Oct. 5, 2015
Methods for Proportions and Nominal Variables
IV. Contingency Table
A. The Idea
B. Chi Squared Statistic
C. Example
D. More than 2x2
E. Example
F. Subdividing Cont
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Nov. 2, 2015
Multiple Linear Regression
III. Examples
A. Hypertension in Families
B. Infant Blood Pressure
C. Hypothesis Testing
Logistic Regression
I. Idea
II. Method
III. Exa
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Sept. 2, 2009 (updated 9/2/2009)
Some Basic Probability
Discrete Random Variables Expected Value (Example) Continuous Random Variables Probability Density Function (pdf) Cumula
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BME 423
Fall 2011
EXAMINATION 1
1 hour and 15 min
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Name
This is a closed-book exam. You are allowed to use TWO doubled-sided pages of notes. For each
problem, as appropriate: (1) state the statistica
BME 423 Statistical Methods
in Biomedical Engineering
Lecture Slides
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David Z. DArgenio, Ph.D.
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Biomedical Engineering
University of Southern Cal
BME 423 Lecture Notes - Aug. 26, 2009
Descriptive Statistics
I. What Can Statistical Procedures Tell Us? II. Population Statistics Central Tendency Dispersion Normal Distribution III. Estimates from a