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Eco220Y Quantitative Methods Fall 2011
G.J.Anderson
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ECO 220Y LECTURE 4
DESCRIBING RELATIONSHIP
BETWEEN TWO VARIABLES:
SCATTERPLOTS, ASSOCIATION,
AND CORRELATION
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READING: 4.4, CHAPTER 6
1
DESCRIBING TWO OR MORE
QUALITATIVE VARIABLES
Example 2: Smoking Behavior
ID
smoke
parent
gender
1
No
Neith
ECO 220Y LECTURE 6
PROBABILITY
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READING: CHAPTER 6
Chapter 8
CHAPTER 6
Randomness and Probability
RANDOMNESS AND PROBABILITY
Probability & Terminology
Probability Rules
Joint/Marginal/Conditional Probabilities
Independence
Probability Tree
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ECO220Y 2013-14
LECTURE 1
INTRODUCTION, TYPES OF DATA
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READING: CHAPTER 1 & 2
1
WHAT IS THIS COURSE ABOUT?
What is Statistics?
A science dealing with the
collection, analysis,
interpretation & presentation
of numerical data. (Websters
Third
ECO 220Y LECTURE 3
DISPLAYING AND DESCRIBING QUANTITATIVE
DATA
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READING: CHAPTER5
1
Summary Statistics
They include
Mean, Median, Mode,
Range, Percentiles, Interquartile Range,
Variance, Standard Deviation,
They are useful for comparison
ECO 220Y LECTURE 5
LEAST SQUARE METHOD
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CHAPTER 7
1
Chapter 7
Introduction to Linear Regression
Least Square Method
Interpretation of Coefficients
Why Regression?
Analysis of Residuals
2
REGRESSION ANALYSIS
It was first developed by Sir F. G
ECO 220Y 2013-14
LECTURE2
SAMPLING, DISPLAYING AND DESCRIBING
CATEGORICAL AND QUANTITATIVE DATA
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CHAPTER 3, 4, 5.1 , 5.2
1
CHAPTER 3:
SURVEYS AND SAMPLING
2
REVIEW: POPULATION AND SAMPLE
Sampling
SAMPLE
(statistics
)
POPULATION
(parameters)
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E00220 Quiz #1 (Oct. 10, 2008) Page 1 of 6
Instructor: Prof. Murdock
Duration: 50 minutes: 45 minutes are for writing the quiz and 5 minutes are for the TA's and me to
distribute and collect papers while you are silently seated with writing instruments
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PART 1
Instructor: Prof. Murdock
Duration: 150 minutes; Students writing this test from 2:30 5:00 must stay in the test room for
the entire 150 minutes. Students writing this test from 5:10
Mid-Term Test, ECO220Y, June 28, 2011
SOLUTIONS
SOLUTIONS
(1) We check the rule of thumb that shows the Normal approximation for the sampling distribution of
the sample proportion is appropriate. We can check that
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28 10 OR
we can check that
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EC0220 Quiz #3 (Dec. 5, 2008) Page 1 of 9
Last
Name:
First
Name:
Student
ID #:
Instructor: Prof. Murdock
Duration: 50 minutes
Format: 5 questions
Total Points: 50 possible points total
Allowed Aids: A non-programmable calculator and d
Graphical Descriptive Techniques
Population: the entire set of observations and measurements under study.
Sample: a set of observations selected from the population.
Types of Data
1. Quantitative (Interval) data
Numerical measurement of a quantity or amou
Overall Statistical Significance &
Fit of a Multiple Regression
which of these do not help assess a multiple regression
model overall?
A. the R2
B. The t-test
C. an F-test
D. the adjusted R2
E. standard deviation of the residuals
Lecture 22
Required Readi