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18-551 Final Report
Fall 2009, Group 10
David DeBaun (ddebaun@andrew.cmu.edu)
Margaret Sheng (msheng@andrew.cmu.edu)
Alan Zhu (axz@andrew.cmu.edu)
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Table of Contents
The Problem
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Novelty
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Solution
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What We Did

36-401 Announcements for Week 3
REVISED SEPT 11, 2001
Reading. This week we are discussing Chapter 2 of RWG (Regression with Graphics),
on bivariate regression. You should already have read Ch 1, on exploring single variable
distribution.
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REM Latency in Depressed Patients
The data for this problem comes from a study comparing REM (rapid eye movement) latency times, in minutes, for
19 depressed patients with those for 20 healthy patients. The goal is to determine whether

36-401 Class Notes and Exercise
Regression Criticism II: Outliers, Inuence & Leverage
Outliers: Inuence and Leverage (Potential)
Some General Ideas
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find the sum.
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Frequency-Domain Volume Rendering
Erin Fitzgerald
Rebecca Hildebrand
Alex Markle
18-551
Final Report
Group 3
Table of Contents
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Spring 2013
Outline
Graphical displays of quantitative information take on many forms to help us understand both data and
models. This course will serve to introduce the student to the most common forms o

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David Andrews, Steven Das, Adam Lederer
Carnegie Mellon University
cfw_dta,scdas,alederer@andrew.cmu.edu
Group 3, Fall 2009
December 7, 2009
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