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Spring 2014
Soumeya Kerrar
3.13.14
THINK 15 How Does Your Brain Work? Unit 3 Grant Proposal
Dr. Stacey Taylor
Question:
What is the effect of online memory games, like those found on websites such as Lumosity, on
semantic memory? Can these actually be effective in he
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Organizing and Visualizing Variables
Categorical Data Are Organized By
Utilizing Tables
Categorical
Data
Tallying Data
One
Categorical
Variable
Two
Categorical
Variables
Summary
Table
Contingency
Table
Organizing Categorical Data:
Summary Table
A summary
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
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Numerical Descriptive Measures
Summary Definitions
The central tendency is the extent to which all the
data values group around a typical or central value.
The variation is the amount of dispersion or
scattering of values
The shape is the pattern of the d
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Exploratory Factor Analysis
31
Exploratory Factor Analysis
Defined
Exploratory factor analysis . . . is an
interdependence technique whose primary
purpose is to define the underlying structure
among the variables in the analysis.
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What is Exploratory
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Model Performance
and Evaluation
I
n the previous chapter, we learned how to use the method of leastsquares
to find a line that best fits a scatter of points. It can be shown that, given
the right circumsta
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The LeastSquares
Estimation Method
Fitting Lines to Data
I
n the various examples discussed in the previous chapter, lines were drawn
in such a way as to best fit the data at hand. The question arises as to
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An Introduction to the
Linear Regression Model
T
he basic goal of regression analysis is to use data to analyze relationships.
Thus, the starting point for any regression analysis is to have something
to anal
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
STATS 101

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Soumeya Kerrar
French/CSRE 249 : The Algerian Wars Devoir final
MariePierre Ulloa
juin 2017
Djamila Bouhired et Zohra Drif : deux icnes militantes de la Guerre dAlgrie
Contrairement la manire dont elle est reprsente et souvenue, la femme algrienne a
tenu
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STATS 101  Final Exam
Definitions
SD2=var
Week 2
Week 3
Week 4
Week 5: Sampling variability
Sample summaries give us information on the value of the population summaries. Each sample
potentially has a different value: there is sample variability in our e
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
STATS 101

Spring 2014
Soumeya Kerrar
Globalization and the Chinese City: Final Paper
Professor Mingzheng Shi
December 2016
Urban Transformation and the Preservation of Cultural Activity:
The Role of Gardens and Parks in Preserving Cultures and Communities
From tourist agencies
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
STATS 101

Spring 2014
Problem 1 Income inequality
a. If we are looking at income inequality, we can choose to look at the income of the top 10% of
earners, to determine the disproportionate spread in income.
b. Its shortcomings is that it is a very general analysis, and doesnt
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
STATS 101

Spring 2014
Soumeya Kerrar
CSRE 249 : The Algerian Wars
Rflexion sur Musulmanes de Michel Sardou
mai 2017
Ce clip ouvre sur un montage du Sahara, le soleil haut dans le ciel et les dunes claires.
Les sons derrire la musique indiquent un avion lapproche, qui finit par
Statistical Design of Experiments in Extrasensory Perception
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Simple Linear Regression
Correlation vs. Regression
DCOVA
A scatter plot can be used to show the
relationship between two variables
Correlation analysis is used to measure the
strength of the association (linear relationship)
between two variables
Correla