Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 9
Monday, May 22, 2000
Web-Based Statistics: Midterm Survey
We have now completed the first half of this course. In order to successfully achieve the
objectives of the course, I need some input from you: I would like to know
HomeWork-1
STAT-5810
1)
a)
Turtles data
No, the distributions are not normal for Height, weight and length by Gender.
Height:
Female:
Mean: 52.04
Median: 51
Male:
Mean: 40.7
Median: 40
Coming to height, weight and length there is a difference as you could
Homework 3
1) Without the transformation the histogram and Q-Q plot doesnt look normalized. So after
applying the log transformation on resin, the graphs looked normalized.
And the plot of residuals against the predicted values is homoscedastic. Hence the
Stat 5810
Homework #4
Fall Semester 2016
Due: Wednesday, December 14.
1. The data in the table below are from one of the first studies linking smoking and lung cancer.
In 20 hospitals in London, UK, patients admitted with lung cancer in the previous year
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 1
Monday, May 8, 2000
Web-Based Statistics: Topics
We ended up with the following topics to be discussed in our Web-Based Statistics class this
summer. The expected number of lectures on each topic is listed in parentheses. H
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 1
Monday, May 8, 2000
Web-Based Statistics: Survey
As I mentioned in class, I would like to learn more about your educational background, your
experience with the Web, and your expected usage of the Web in the near future.
Pl
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 3
Thursday, May 11, 2000
Teaching Tools on the Web
Purpose for using Web-based teaching tools:
"Hands-on" experience"
Interactive work
Understanding basic concepts
Motivation
Provide current info
"Active" parcitipation
"Visua
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 8
Friday, May 19, 2000
Statistical Software on the Web
Evaluation of (General) Statistical Software Web Sites
Contents of the Web Site:
o
Features of the Software (comparison with other software?)
o
Demo / Examples
o
"White P
eb-based Statistics
Lecture 5
Monday, May 15, 2000
Electronic Textbooks
Student presentations: Electronic Textbooks
Cyberstatistics Textbook: http:/www.cyberk.com
Homework 6
Part I: (50 Points) - due for presentation on 5/18/00
Work of 2 students:
After h
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 1
Monday, May 8, 2000
Search Engines
At the end of today's lecture, we looked at the use of major search engines such as
http:/www.excite.com/, http:/www.lycos.com/, or http:/www.yahoo.com/. There are plenty
more. Just click
Web-based Statistics
Lecture 4
Friday, May 12, 2000
Electronic Textbooks
Characteristics of a Good Textbook
Easy to read and understand
Well-organized
Accurate (no typos etc.)
Many examples ("case studies" - real life examples)
Exercises
Problems with sol
Bruce Bayley
Ann Kitchen
Site: Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics (http:/www.ruf.rice.edu/~lane/rvls.html)
Overview
This site provides an excellent teaching tool for the introductory statistics instructor. It begins
with a link to Hyperstat Online, an online
Stat5810
Homework 4
05/19/00
Jingjing Wang & Qian Zhao
The UCLA Statistical Calculator is a teachware tool on the web. It provides us various
statistical calculators. Those calculators are very easy to use, provide clear tables and graphics.
So an instruc
Data Sources on the Web
Data sources on the Web:
FedStats
http:/www.fedstats.gov/
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
http:/www.fao.org/
AmeriStat
http:/ameristat.org
World Health Organization
http:/who.int/
Weather Statistics
http:/ww
Ann Kitchen
Homework 1:
Web page investigated: http:/www.ssc.ca
Date accessed: May 8, 2000
Objective of the page:
This page was developed by the Statistical Society of Canada with a number of objectives in
mind: to encourage the development and use of sta
Web-based Statistics:
Lecture 9
Monday, May 22, 2000
Commercial Software on the Web
Possible Directions for Web-Based Commercial Software
Scenario (A):
o
o
monthly charge or per-usage charge
o
user sets up an account with the software developer
all comput
Jingjing Wang
STAT 5810
Homework1
ASA site gives you ears and eyes to overview and look for something in the field of statistics.
One can learn the basic thing about statistics such as what statisticians do, careers in statistics,
etc, which may help you
Bruce Bayley
Site: Biostats Virtual Library http:/www.biostat.washington.edu/Vlib
Overview
This site is the Biostatistics page for the University of Washington. The opening paragraph
provides a cursory introduction to the topic of biostatistics, as well a
1)
2)
a)
Initially I plotted the residual plots which shows the histogram plot as left skewed and quantile plot also
skewed to left. So, the plots are not evenly spread and homoscedasticity is not achieved.
Now, I applied the log transformation on Ldose i