Chapter Three
Now we consider relationships between two categorical variables. Since the variables are
categorical, their values can be displayed in a contingency table.
Definition: A contingency table (also called a two-way table) is a table whose rows r
Chapter 2 Continued
In this course we will need a Measure of Central Tendency.
The Arithmetic Mean (or Mean) of a set of
Mean
x1 x2 xn
n
x
n
n
numbers
Also if the mean is from the sample, we denote it by
denote it by
x
N
. So either we have
; where
X
N
x
Chapter 4 (Probability)
Sections 1 and 2:
Definition: An experiment is the observation of some physical occurrence.
Definition: An outcome is the result of a single trial of an experiment.
Definition: An event is any collection of outcomes of an experimen
RUTGERS UNIVERSITY
Course 01:960:401:04, FALL 2016
Professor:
Basic Statistics for Research
Dr. Michael A. Miniere,
Email address:
miniere@rci.rutgers.edu
Office:
RUTCOR Room 161, Busch Campus
Phone:
At MCC: 732-548-6000 ext. 3741
Office hours:
Tuesday 9:
401 Homework 7th edition:
Chapter 1:
Page 13-14: 1 7 every odd.
Page 20: 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 31
Chapter 2:
Page 37: 3, 5a, 13, 15, 17, for #19 construct a frequency table with six classes beginning at the
smallest data value, then do a frequency and a rel
Submission Page 1 of 4
Note:
The professor will use this rubric to grade the submission.
Course Number:
960:401
Last (Family) Name: Xu
Rubric
Course Section: 01 First (Given) Name: Chaonan
Directions: Staple the rubric as Page 1 of the paper
document. On-
Question 1: Which one is it?
- Confidence interval for two
- Compare t
- Multiple regression: some outputs
- Confidence interval for standard deviation
- Chapter 13: Goodness of fit & contingency
- ANOVA: pieces & figure it out
- Influential observations