Chapter 2 Looking at DataRelationships
2.1: Scatterplots
2.2: Correlation
2.3: Least-Squares Regression
2.4: Cautions about Correlation and Regression
2.5: Data Analysis for Two-Way Tables
2.6: The Question of Causation
How to Study Data Quickly?
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Chapter 1
Looking at DataDistributions
Section 1.1 Data
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Chapter 3
Producing Data
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
ED I TI ON
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 3
Producing Data
Introduction
3.1 Sources of Data
3.2 Design of Experiments
3.3 Sampling Design
3.4 Toward Sta
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Project # 9
October 26, 2015
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October 14, 2015
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Project #5
September 28, 2015
Using the sheriff data I created a boxplot that shows number of 911 calls each cities received in
the month of July. The exploratory graph, which is generally used to show the distribution of a
dataset, show that in July Q1,
Chapter 5
Sampling
Distributions
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 5
Sampling Distributions
5.1 The Sampling Distribution of a Sample Mean
5.2 Sampling Distributions for Co
Chapter 4
Probability: The
Study of
Randomness
Introduction to the Practice of
STATISTICS
EIGHTH
EDITION
Moore / McCabe / Craig
Lecture Presentation Slides
Chapter 4
Probability: The Study of
Randomness
4.1 Randomness
4.2 Probability Models
4.3 Random Var
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Project # 7
October 12, 2015
Question 1) Sampling Individuals
Part a)
X ~ N (9.96, 0.052)
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9.96 and standard deviation of 0.05.
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