Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS VI
Hypothesis Testing I
Where we are
Descriptive statistics
Skills
Normal curve
Sampling distribution
Inferential statistics
Estimation
Hypothesis testing with means
1sample
2sample
2+ sample
More hypothesis testing, etc .
Case study: Patient cos
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS XI
Bivariate Association II
Bivariate Association: Reminding you where we are
Bivariate = two variables
Last week: two grouped variables
This week: two continuous variables
Regression (the magnitude of the association)
Correlation (the strength of t
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS XIV: Last Class
Regression with
Dummy Variables
Exam times & locations
The Stat 1 final exam will be held on:
Wednesday May 15th from 6:45pm  8:45pm
Saturday May 18th from 11:00am  1:00pm
Sunday May 19th from 1:00pm  3:00pm
The final exam review
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS XIII
Controlling for Other Variables
Association versus Causation
Storks and Births
Births
30
20
10
0
0
2
4
6
Storks
8
10
What happens to the X Y association
when we consider X2?
When X2 is introduced, there are three possible
effects on the X Y ass
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS XI
Bivariate Association II
Bivariate Association: Reminding you where we are
Bivariate = two variables
Last week: two grouped variables
This week, next week: two continuous
variables
Regression (the magnitude of the association)
This week
Correlat
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS X
Bivariate Association I
How to answer research
questions
A random sample of 324 residents revealed that 30% were very
satisfied with trash collection. What perfect of the population is less
than very satisfied?
The national per capital tax is $130
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS VI
Hypothesis Testing I
Additional application of inferential stats
How to conduct inferential stats when
sample size is small and is unknown (tdist)
General Premise
Hypothesis Test (Significance Test): A
method of statistically testing a hypothes
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS IX
Hypothesis Testing III
Analysis of Variance
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE  ANOVA
To be used with interval level dependent (Y) variables
May be seen as an extension of the ttest when the
independent variable (X) has more than two categories.
MORE GENE
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS VII
Hypothesis Testing II
To compare two samples, we use the sampling
distribution of the difference of the two
sample statistics
Sampling distribution of
the difference of means
Sampling distribution of the
difference of proportions
JB
Sample
stati
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
Lecture 2: Descriptive Stats
(Cont)
Measures
of Central Tendency
Measures of Dispersion
Measures of Central Tendency
Univariate descriptive statistics.
Summarize information about the most typical, central,
or common scores of a variable.
Three Measures
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
Lecture 3: The Normal Distribution
References Everywhere:
SAT Score was in the 90th Percentile
LSAT Score was in the 85th Percentile
She performed 2 standard deviations
above the mean
Recap: Frequency Distribution
Q: Income of incoming Wagner graduate
stu
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
Statistical Methods for
Public,
Lecture 1: September 4, 2013
NonProfit
and
Health
Basics of Course (Structure, Dates, etc)
Intro to Descriptive Statistics
Management
Practice Problems
CLASS I
Introduction to
Descriptive Statistics
What is Statistics?
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
Practice Problems #4
Weight is normally distributed in kindergarten
population with mean of 40lbs and standard
deviation of 5lbs. There are 100,000 new
kindergarteners each year in NYC.
a. If you draw a student at random, what is
prob. that this student w
Statistical Methods for Public, Nonprofit, and Health Management
COREGP 1011

Spring 2013
CLASS IV
Sampling and
the Sample Distribution
7.1
Sampling Representative vs. Unrepresentative
samples
Population:
33% (5 out of 15)
satisfied
Representative sample:
33% (2 out of 6) satisfied
Unrepresentative sample:
66% (4 out of 6) satisfied
Sampling R
Child's Play Transactions Worksheet, FY 2015
Assets
Pledges Receiv, Grants Receiv,
net
net
Cash
Beg Bal
a
310,000
(225,000)
22,000
b
c
70,000
267,750
Inventory
4,000
Prepaid Rent
12,800
Equipment, net
76,000
225,000
(24,375)
(12,000)
18,250
Accounts
Payab
Transactions Worksheet, FY 2015
Assets
Beg Bal
Borr
Buy Eq
Dep Eq
Sales
City
City
Donations
Donations
Donations
Investment
Investment
Wages
Wages
Supplies
Supplies
Supplies
Rent and Util.
Interest
Principal
End Bal
Cash
174,000
70,000
(70,000)
Liabilities
a
b
c
Students Classes
400
8
600
10
1000
12
Trad:
Type
a
b
c
Total
Student %Students Allocated cost Cost per School
400
20%
30000
75
600
30%
45000
75
1000
50%
75000
75
2000
100%
150,000
150,000
Take c cell and divide by total c cell then divide by totale
Service Corps, Inc. recorded the following financial events during Fiscal
Year 2016 (ending December 31):
1.
Billed city government $2,250,000 for contractual services and collected 85%
in cash. The remainder is expected in FY 2017.
2.
Paid $24,000 per mo
Eitan Sufian. Financial Management
Jobs University
Annual Operating Budget
FY 2016
Revenues and Support
City contract
Contributions
Total revenues
Expenses
FT Salaries and benefits
PT Wages
Depreciation
Furniture rental
Interest
Utilities
Supplies
Total e
Eitan Sufian Financial Management
Homework #6
City Cares
Complete the reading assignment for the next class (Chapters 7 and 9) and then answer the
following reading comprehension questions:
1. The director of City Cares believes that, since he has done a
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
ROBERT F. WAGNER GRADUATE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC SERVICE
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Financial Management
Class 2:
Flexible Budgets
and BreakEven Analysis
(Chapter 3 up to p. 87,
Chapter 4 up to p. 145)
1
Today
Special purpose budgets
Flexible budgets
Breakeven analysis
Target profit analysis
Case study: Mead Meals on
Wheel