Introduction to Quantitative Methods (GEOG/ENST 2006)
Lab 03 Probability & Distributions
February 5, 8, 9, 2016
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is three-fold. 1) You will get to examin
Statistical Methods in Geography (GEOG 2006 )
Lab 03 Probability & Distributions
February 5, 7, 11, 2014
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction
The purpose of this lab is three-fold. 1) You will get to examine distr
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A. Distributions and histograms (/19):
1) Make sure the axes titles are labeled properly and include your histogram i
Statistical Methods in Geography (GEOG 2006)
Resources for students
2014-01-15
Introduction
In recognition of the fact that many students find this course difficult, I have prepared a document
that lists the resources available to you. Please consult this
Statistical Methods in
Geography
Derek Mueller
2014-01-14
GEOG2006 - 02 - Data, measurement and data display
1
Outline
Data and data sets
Variables, Individuals, Table/Matrix
Data types and levels of measurement
Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, Ratio
Continuou
PASS MOCK EXAM
FOR PRACTICE ONLY
Course: GEOG 2006
Facilitator: Iain Burnett
Dates and locations of mock exam take-up:
th
Monday April 11 , 6-8 pm, ME 3174,
th
Tuesday April 12 , 12-2 pm, ME 3174
It is most beneficial to you to write this mock midterm
Introduction to Quantitative Methods GEOG/ENST 2006
Review April 1, 2016
INTRO AND DATA HANDLING:
3 types of statistics:
1. Descriptive describe variables central tendency, variation, distribution shape
2. Inferential infer characteristics of a population
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Introduction to Excel (and Word)
Introduction
This document will serve as an introduction to the basic functionality of Microsoft Excel. Excel is a
spreadsheet program which is designed to interact wit
Introduction to Quantitative Methods (GEOG/ENST 2006)
Lab 01 - Data entry, manipulation and display
January 15, 18, 19, 2016
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction
This lab is geared toward practicing getting data i
Introduction to Quantitative
Methods
Joshua Thienpont
2016-01-29
GEOG/ENST2006 - 04 - Distributions and probability
1
Outline
Descriptive statistics
The shape of distributions
Skewness and kurtosis
Probability distributions
The normal distribution
Probabi
Introduction to Quantitative
Methods
Joshua Thienpont
2016-01-15
GEOG/ENST2006 - 02 - Data, measurement and data display
1
Outline
Data and data sets
Variables, Individuals, Table/Matrix
Data types and levels of measurement
Nominal, Ordinal, Interval, Rat
Introduction to Quantitative
Methods
Joshua Thienpont
2015-01-22
GEOG/ENST2006 - 03 - Central tendency and variation
1
How to evaluate these variables?
Table 1. Canadian forestry statistics expressed as area by year. Source:
http:/cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/statspro
Introduction to Quantitative Methods (GEOG/ENST 2006)
Lab 02 Descriptive Statistics
January 22, 25, 26, 2016
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction
Descriptive statistics are a way of simplifying a complex variable
Statistical Methods in
Geography
Derek Mueller
2014-01-21
GEOG2006 - 03 - Central tendency and variation
1
How to evaluate these
variables?
Table 1. Canadian forestry statistics expressed as area by year. Source:
http:/cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/statsprofile/forest/
GEOG1010 Lab Manual
Appendices
APPENDIX 1: THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM OF UNITS (SI): RULES FOR THE USE OF SYMBOLS
One of the main advantages of SI is that there is a unique symbol for each unit. These symbols remain
the same in all languages. You will find
Sheet1
Country
CO2
Population
CO2/Population CO2/Population (Sorted)
Algeria
119465985.4
37100000
3.220107423
0.352916367
Argentina
189790335.5
40117096
4.730909124
0.936674085
Australia
365512506.6
22815288
16.02050812
0.955712817
Austria
63287118.78
841
Country
CO2
Algeria 119465985
Argentina 189790336
Australia 365512507
Austria 63287119
Azerbaijan 40165607
Bangladesh 50226704
Belarus 58806117
um&Luxembourg
112098192
Brazil
419536546
Bulgaria 41313552
Canada 518474739
Chile
68439456
China
8.24E+009
Colo
Statistical Methods in Geography (GEOG 2006)
Lab 02 Descriptive Statistics
January 22, 24, 28, 2014
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction
Descriptive statistics are a way of simplifying a complex variable by identi
Statistical Methods in Geography (GEOG 2006)
Lab 04 Sampling design and confidence intervals
February 12, 14, 25, 2014
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction:
In this lab you will apply your knowledge of sampling te
Statistical Methods in Geography (GEOG 2006)
Lab 05 Hypothesis testing
February 26, 28, March 4, 2014
Due on the 6th day following your lab (at 9 pm)
Location: LA A200
Introduction:
In this lab you will work on testing hypotheses about population means us
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Lab Report #2- Descriptive Statistics
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Koreen Millard
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