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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 materi
ECON 366 Lecture 19
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
ECON 366 Lecture 6
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for B
ECON 366 Lecture 13
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
ECON 366 Lecture 15
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
ECON 366 Lecture 21
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
ECON 366 Lecture 9
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for B
ECON 366 Lecture 5
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney / Williams / Camm /
Cochran (2016), Statistics for B
ECON 366 Lecture 4
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for B
ECON 366 Lecture 7
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for B
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 a
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
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. To
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
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 pro
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 subtopi
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
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 d
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
Pop
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 w
ECON 366 Lecture 10
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
ECON 366 Lecture 14
Instructor: Yui LAW
email: [email protected]
Summer 2017
Most of the contents of this lecture are based on Anderson / Sweeney /
Williams / Camm / Cochran (2016), Statistics for
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