UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Assignment 1
STAT 834.3 (02)
Course Name: Advanced Experimental Design
2016-2017 Regular Session, Term 1
Sketch Solution
Problem 1
For a single factor fixed effects model, show that
( ) =

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
COURSE OUTLINE
STAT 834.3, Section 01
Course Name: Advanced Experimental Design
2016-2017 Regular Session, Term 1
INSTRUCTORS NAME:
Office:
Phone:
Email:
Shahedul Khan
McLean Hall 229
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UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SCARBOROUGH
Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
DECEMBER 2013 SAMPLE EXAM
STAC50H3: Data Collection
Duration: 3 hours
Last Name:
First Name:
Student number:
Aids allowed:
- Class notes/Lecture slides
- A calculator (No p

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Assignment 2
STAT 834.3 (01)
Course Name: Advanced Statistical Design
2016-2017 Regular Session, Term 2
Instructions
Due: Oct 28, 2016, by 11:20 AM
Write your name and ID in the upper rig

Homework Chapter 3
3.3. A computer ANOVA output is shown below. Fill in the blanks. You may give bounds on the Pvalue.
OnewayANOVA
Source
DF
SS
MS
F
P
Factor
?
?
246.93
?
?
Error
25
186.53
?
Total
29
1174.24
Completed table is:
OnewayANOVA
Source
DF
SS
MS

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Assignment 1
STAT 834.3 (01)
Course Name: Advanced Experimental Design
2016-2017 Regular Session, Term 1
Instructions
Due: October 12, 2017, by 11:20 AM
Write your name and ID in the up

Single Factor Random Effects Model
(Problems 3.32 & 3.33)
An article in the Journal of the Electrochemical Society (Vol. 139, No. 2,
1992, pp. 524-532) describes an experiment to investigate the lowpressure vapor deposition of polysilicon. The experiment

# Chemical Process Experiment (Section 6.2)
# Data
#
# A = reactant concentration, B = Catalyst, y = yield
#
#
Factor
Treatment
Replicate
# A
B
combination
I
II
III
#-# (1)
28
25
27
# +
a
36
32
32
# +
b
18
19
23
# +
+
ab
31
30
29
#
# Model: x1 = A, x2 = B

# This is a comment line. Commented lines begin with #
2 + 3 * 5
# Note the order of operations.
log(10)
# Natural logarithm with base e=2.718282
log10(5)
# base-10 logarithm
4^2
# 4 raised to the second power
3/2
# Division
sqrt(16)
# Square root
abs(3-7

1.Section 3.1 An Example
Example: Plasma Etching
Wafer is a thin slice of semiconductor material used in the process of creating integrated circuits
and other microdevices.
In many integrated circuit manufacturing steps, wafers are coated with a layer of