Ggplot_Themes
Ajay Kumar
August 22, 2016
This is an introduction to customize plots with themes. The tutorial covers the use of ggplot2 A basic plot
with ggplot2 can be created using the qplot() function.
An introduction to Themes
Themes give you control
ST 501 - Calculus and Math Skills Review
*We will sometimes have absolute values appearing, including in our integrands. We will
need to break up the integral based on the absolute value. (Recall: | < < < )
1. Write | 5| < 3 as in interval.
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ST 501 Notes
Introduction to the Course
Population - entire group of interest
Parameter - measure associated with the population (usually pose a research question
about a parameter)
Sample - subgroup of the population data is collected on
Statistic - meas
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ST 501 - Calculus and Math Skills Review
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Goalkeeper Training 9/15
Warm-up
Handling square
o Around the waist
o Figure 8
o High Ball and Keeper
o Around the legs both ways
Box footwork drill with ball to hands
Getting set drill
o First fake it
o Second hit it at them
o Third hit harder
Drop
Goalkeeper Training
Warm up
Run around
when I say set,
set in proper
set position
Positioning
o Shuffle across goal line, set on me
o Shuffle across line, set on fake
shot
o Shuffle and set for volley
Positioning pt. 2
o Start in front of hurdle, 1 tou
GK Training 4/13/16
Reaction warm up -Dont let ball hit ground
Volley or pass- catch or play into goal
o Always be ready
o Move to get to pass, do not wait for it
Reaction Footwork
o Two cones
o Rolling to both sides or to hands
o Good goalkeeper position
YOUNG GK TRAINING
Warm up
Hand warm up
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Figure 8
Ball Behind Back, flip up, turn, catch after bounce
Push behind between legs, turn, collapse dive
Partners
Pass: left, over head, right
One hand throw, opposite hands
Ramping the ball
o One part
CARD #8
Arguably the most negative consequence of lobotomy
surgery is personality loss. Post surgery patients usually
enter a catatonic state, where most day-to-day functions
become meaningless and arbitrary.
CARD #9
The nerve fibers located along the fro
MAIN POINT #2 (3-4 Notecards/ 60-90 sec)
CARD #11
In addition to changes in ones personality, the surgical
procedure of Lobotomy has many side effects that result in
no signs of improvement in patients. According to an article
on psychosurgery, nearly hal
Young Goalkeeper Training 3/28
Warm up
Partners Progression
o 5 each side on but
o 5 each side on knees
o 5 each side in air
Forward Diving Progression
o 1 line, 2 cones
o Positioning
o Easy Ball Come Scoop
o Slow motion
o Full Motion/challenge
Full g
Comparing Ridge Regression and OLS
Ajay Kumar
June 6, 2016
Comparing Ridge Regression and OLS
A common statistical procedure to examine linear relationships between a response and a set of predictor
variables is OLS.
What OLS does
Mimimize the orthogonal
Practice Quiz 2, ST431, Spring 2016
Directions: There are 4 problems. Please show work.
1. An experiment uses a randomized complete block design with b = 4 blocks and t = 3 treatments. Using the code below, a researcher fit an additive model to a response
ST 502 - HW 3
7.8 - Ignore the FPC and assume the CLT will work here. For part b, be sure
to use the estimated standard error! (You cant use the true p in your CI!) For
this CI, use a similar derivation to that which we did in the notes (in the CI for
).
ST 502 - HW 1
8.57 This problem is concerned with the estimation of the variance of a normal distribution with
unknown mean from a sample X1 , , Xn of i.i.d. normal random variables. In answering
the following questions, use the fact that (from Theorem B
MEASURE THEORY AND
ADVANCED PROBABILITY
STATISTICS 779
(New syllabus)
SUBHASHIS GHOSHAL
c 2012 Subhashis Ghoshal
Course Content
1. Introduction
2. Preliminaries
3. Classes of Events
4. Random Variables
5. Probability Measures
6. Integration and Expectatio
1. Dene symmetric dierence AB of two sets A and B.
Show that ( Ai )( Bi ) (Ai Bi ).
i=1
i=1
i=1
Let (, A , P ) be a probability space and E be a sub-eld of A . Consider F = cfw_F A : P (EF ) = 0 for some E E . Show that F is also a
-eld, containing E .
Co
Practice test, Statistics 779
1. Let (, A , P ) be a probability space. For a sequence An of subsets of ,
show that 1llim sup An = lim supn 1lAn .
Show that lim supn P (An ) P (lim sup An ).
If P (An ) < , show that P (lim sup An ) = 0.
n=1
Calculate lim
Midterm, Fall 2011, Statistics 779
1. Let = cfw_1, 2, 3, 4 and
L = cfw_, cfw_1, 2, cfw_3, 4, cfw_1, 3, cfw_2, 4, cfw_1, 4, cfw_2, 3, .
Show that L is a -class but not a -eld.
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Let P be a probability measure on (, P() such that P (cfw_1, 2) = 0.3,
P (c
Final Exam, Fall 2012, Statistics 779
Answer ALL questions.
If you use any result taught in the class, please mention it clearly to get
credit. Please make sure you verify all conditions of any theorem you use.
1. Let be a set and C be a class of subsets
Final Exam, Fall 2011, Statistics 779
1. Choose the correct answer (exactly one):
A. If A and B are two sets, which one of the following relations is not
always true?
(i) 1lAB = 1lA + 1lB
(ii) 1lAB = 1lA 1lB
(iii) 1lAB = maxcfw_1lA , 1lB
(iv) 1lAB = minc
Final Exam, Fall 2010, Statistics 779
1. Choose the correct answer (exactly one):
A. Which one of the following sets is not countable?
(i) Q, the set of rational numbers
(ii) cfw_(m1 , m2 , . . . , mk ) : m1 , . . . , mk , k are positive integers, the set
Set theory review:
X lim supn An = Am = limn (supmn Am ),
n=1 m=n
An innitely often
X lim inf n An = Am , An suciently large n
n=1 m=n
X A set A is uniquely identied by its indicator.
Classes, Fields & Topology:
X Classes - Sets of sets.
X Let be a set an
Set theory review:
X lim supn An = Am = limn (supmn Am ),
n=1 m=n
An innitely often
X lim inf n An = Am , An suciently large n
n=1 m=n
X A set A is uniquely identied by its indicator.
Classes, Fields & Topology:
X Classes - Sets of sets.
X Let be a set an