Outline
Hypothesis Testing
Comparing Two Population Means
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ST 704 Statistics for Research: Lecture #3
USciences in Philadelphia
KIM
Fall 2016
USciences in Philadelphia KIM
ST 704 Statistics for Research: Lecture #3
Fall 2016
Outline
Hypothesis T
Central Limit Theorem
In probability theory, the central limit
theorem (CLT) states conditions under which
the mean of a sufficiently large number of
independent random variables, each with
finite mean and variance, will be
approximately normally distribu
Outline Sampling Distribution Estimation Confidence Intervals Comparing Two Population Means: Independent Sampling Next T
ST 704 Statistics for Research: Lecture #2
USciences in Philadelphia
KIM
Fall 2016
USciences in Philadelphia KIM
ST 704 Statistics fo
Numerical summaries: Some common procedures
PROC PRINT
Print out your data
PROC FREQ
Descriptive statistics for categorical (qualitative) data
PROC MEANS
Descriptive statistics for quantitative data
PROC UNIVARIATE
Very detailed descriptive statistics
Outline
Basic Statistics
Discrete Variable
Continuous Variable
Skewness & Kurtosis
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ST 704 Statistics for Research: Lecture #1
USciences in Philadelphia
KIM
Fall 2016
USciences in Philadelphia KIM
ST 704 Statistics for Research: Lecture #1
Fall
INFERENCE FOR MATCHED PAIR DATA
Example: We want to compare the `time to peak' (in hours) plasma level for two oral formulations of the
same drug. Values were obtained by administering both drugs to each of 12 persons on two different
occasions. We assume
Department of Mathematics, Physics and Statistics
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Statistics for Research (Code: ST-704)
KIM
October 4, 2016
Time: Due to Oct. 18
Exam 1-Fall 2016
Maximum Marks: 100
Students name (print clearly ):
Instructions
BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION IN SAS
SAS can calculate probabilities and quantiles for a number of distributions. For a discrete distribution like the
binomial, probabilities are calculated with the PDF function, which stands for probability distribution function
ST 704 Statistics for Research: Assignment #1
Due on Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Kim, Fall 2016
*When submitting your homework,
Display clearly on the top of the first page: your name, the course name and section.
Please show your computer output (SAS).
ST 704 Statistics for Research: Assignment #2
Due on Tuesday, October 4, 2016
Kim, Fall 2016
*When submitting your homework,
Display clearly on the top of the first page: your name, the course name and section.
Please show your computer output (SAS).
P
Test Guide #3
CH.6 NOTES
Oxidation of a DB (IN NOTES)
1) Epoxidation
o Naming:
1) Oxide system 2) Oxirane system
o Preparation
3) IUPAC system
1) Air (O2)
2) Peracids (O-O bond) syn addition (shape is retained)
In a laboratory use peracids
2) Permangana
1
Lecture Topic: Three Domains Review; Comparison Chart
-9th edition:
Ch. 25: skim only; No questions from the book to review.
Ch. 26 (Tree of Life): pp. 536-537; 551-553. (no ccs are relevant; no Test Your Understanding)
-8th edition:
Ch. 25: skim only;
PartI:Emotional:Theytouchmyheart
1.UnleashtheMasterWithin
Passionissomethingthatwillhelpyoucreatethehighestexpressionofyour
talent
Mullins:prostheticlimbsmadehistory
o RantrackatNCAADivision1atGeorgetownUniversity
o BrokethreeworldrecordsatU.S.Paralympics
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