1.
Republican Economic Platform
The party of economic freedom
Wants to give power to the American entrepreneur to build from the ground up
Lowering taxes promotes substantial economic growth and reducing regulation
encourages business formation and job cr
State Of The World(Poverty Essay)
A developed and a developing nations economies are polar opposites. Their healthcare,
education levels, and average income are all factors that show whether a country is a developing
or developed nation. Examples of devel
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 2 DAY 2 LECTURE NOTES
CONTINUOUS UNIVARIATE AND JOINT
DISTRIBUTIONS
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
We continue to discuss probability distributions, but
now we will consider continuous random variables.
As before, we
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 2 DAY 3 LECTURE NOTES
EXPECTED VALUE AND POPULATION VARIANCE
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
The following are the subtopics for todays class:
Expected value
Population variance
Introduction
3
In the same way we can
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 2 DAY 1 LECTURE NOTES
DISCRETE JOINT DISTRIBUTIONS
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
Today, we continue with discrete random variables.
We will generalize what we did in the previous
lecture by considering the joint dis
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 1 DAY 4 LECTURE NOTES
RULES OF PROBABILITY
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Rules of probability
2
We have discussed probability concepts in the previous lecture, including
the methods of obtaining probabilities and the axioms o
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 1 DAY 2 LECTURE NOTES
MEASURES OF VARIABILITY AND SHAPE OF A
DISTRIBUTION
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Descriptive Statistics
2
We will explore the following key subtopics:
Measures of location (previous lecture)
Measures of
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 1 DAY 3 LECTURE NOTES
PROBABILITY CONCEPTS
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
Why study probability?
Important concepts
Counting
Combination
Methods of obtaining probability
Axioms of probability
Why study probability?
3
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 1 DAY 1 LECTURE NOTES
PART 1 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS
PART 2 DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Part 1: Introduction
2
Definitions of Statistics
Data & Variables
Types of variables
Population vs. Sample
Ty
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 1 DAY 5 LECTURE NOTES
DISCRETE DISTRIBUTIONS
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
Chapter 3 deals with random variables and their
general probability distributions. Today, we will:
Introduce the concept of random variables
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 2 DAY 4 LECTURE NOTES
COVARIANCE AND CORRELATION
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
We will use the techniques we learnt the last class to
determine the association between two random
variables X and Y. The following are
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS
WEEK 2 DAY 5 LECTURE NOTES
BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION
Prepared by Marlon Tracey
Outline
2
We will now consider some very special types of discrete
probability models that are applied regularly in practice
to very specific situation
Econ 366
Final Project
Instructor: Thomas P. LaSalvia
Chi, Yue A01
In this project I will will discuss 4 different important Probability
Distribution Function there are binomial, Poisson, uniform, and normal.
At first I want to talk about the relationship
In the article White Women and Men of Colour :Miscegenation Fears in Britain after the
Great War Lucy Bland elaborates about the bad treatment of the non-whites before and after
World War 1. For example intimate relations between black men and white women
1)Descriptive Statistics
2)Mean Tests->T-Test
It is used when comparing the means of data set(s). You use this test when looking at a data set(s)
to insure that the central tendencies are or are not a contributing factor in your analysis. This can
be done
Murder In Amsterdam
The main point of Ian Buruma when writing the novel Murder In Amsterdam was to
inform the reader and show the overhead problem in Europe of Islam and the tolerance of it as a
whole embodying religion and its culture. The issue of the i
Contingency Tables
Contingency Tables are another method in which we use to analyze frequencies. The difference
between this test and the Chi-Squared Test is that it is used to see if there is a correlation between
two different categorical variables. Thi
Multivariate Regression
Often when dealing with biological systems we deal with systems that have more than one
variable. This when we use multivariate regression. It helps us find a good model that can
incorporate all the variables that influence the res
ANOVA- one factor
ANOVA is a tool that is used to make an analysis of variance of the data set. In technical terms the test
is used for two purposed. One is to examine the relative contribution of different source(s) of variation
to the total amount of va
Raise the Red Lantern
In the movie Raise the Red Lantern the women are treated as objects and
possessions of their masters rather than wives like in American culture. The main
character Songlian is greeted by servants and red lanterns when she arrives at
Industry Report: Pharmaceutical Market
The introduction of the pharmaceutical industry in the 19th century had a
large impact on the way companies that were just starting to develop new drugs
and in how they were distributed. Key drugs produced and mass d
ECON366: STATISTICAL METHODS SYLLABUS
Summer 2015 - Term II ul 6-Au ust 7 2015
General Information:
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Instructor: Marlon Tracey
Class location: Blackboard: http:/blackboard.binghamton.edu
All materials and communications posted there
Online office hours