BIA654AWS Experimental Design
Chapters 9, 10, 11, & 13 and Cumulative
Prof. Thomas F. Brantle, Ph.D.
Final Exam Brief Solutions
Final Exam Chapters 9, 10, 11, & 13 and Cumulative Brief Solutions
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BIA654AWO Experimental Design
Cumulative
Prof. Thomas F. Brantle, Ph.D.
Final Exam
Final Exam Cumulative
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Stats 300C
Homework 1 Solutions
Problem 1
Part (a) In order to explore the eect of positive correlations on the probability of Type I Error
when using Simes procedure, we generated test statistics fro
Stats 300C
Homework 4 Solutions
Problem 2
Let BS = cfw_ Rp | i = 0 i S . Up to constants which do not depend on S , P(S |y ) P (S, y )
/
S P(y |S ), so we begin by deriving an expression for P(y |S )
Stats 300C
Homework 3 Solutions
Problem 1
To show that extended Simes test is more liberal than the Hochberg procedure, it suces to show
that the closed Simes test can reject even when the Hochberg pr
Problem Set 2 Solutions
April 27, 2013
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Of course, if we make no adjustment for multiple comparisons, then any experiment making many comparisons is quite likely to have some false rejections.
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Stats 300C
Homework 5 Solutions
Problem 1
There were a number of really good solutions to this problem. We compare the risk of hardthresholding, soft-thresholding, BH estimation, and soft-BH estimatio
Stats 300C: Theory of Statistics
Spring 2013
Lecture 1 April 1, 2013
Prof. Emmanuel Candes
Scribe: Will Fithian (2012), slightly edited by E. Candes (2013)
1
Outline
In this lecture, we cover the foll
Stats 300C: Theory of Statistics
Spring 2013
Lecture 5 and 6 April 10-12, 2013
Prof. Emmanuel Candes
Scribe: Will Fithian
1
Outline
Agenda:
Global testing
1. Tukeys Higher Criticism
2. Detecting Spars
Stats 300C: Theory of Statistics
Spring 2013
Lecture 4 April 8, 2012
Prof. Emmanuel Candes
Scribe: Will Fithian
1
Outline
Agenda:
Global testing
1. Fishers Combination Test
2. Simes Test
3. Tukeys Sec
Stats 300C: Theory of Statistics
Spring 2013
Lecture 3 April 5, 2013
Prof. Emmanuel Candes
Scribe: Will Fithian (2012), slightly edited by E. Candes (2013)
1
Outline
Agenda:
Global testing
1. 2 test
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Stats 300C: Theory of Statistics
Spring 2013
Lecture 2 April 3, 2013
Prof. Emmanuel Candes
Scribe: Will Fithian (2012), slightly edited by E. Candes (2013)
1
Outline
Agenda:
Global testing
1. Needle i