CHAPTER 3: Displaying Data Distributions
Constructing Distribution Tables
Univariate Descriptive Statistics descriptive statistics for one variable.
Descriptive statistics characterize available data
CHAPTER 4: Measures of Location
Empirical Statistical Distribution
The empirical distribution of a variable is a description of the relative numbers of times
each outcome has occurred in a number of t
CHAPTER 2: Obtaining the Data
Techniques for Identifying Objectives
1 Develop a wish list. What do you want? What do you value? What should you want?
2 Identify alternatives. What is a perfect alterna
CHAPTER 1: Introduction to Statistical Data
Why Study Statistics?
Statistics the art of collecting, classifying, interpreting and reporting numerical
information related to a particular subject.
Stati
Econ1000
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Globalization and the Canadian Labour Market
Sub-topics:
The Canadian labour market policy in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia
Globalization Pros and Cons
The Globalization impacts on the Canadian
What Goes Around Comes Back Around
Its a story that can be related to the idiom of whatever goes around comes back around, and
its actually based on a real story unfortunately that is happened in our
25% Assignment for Laboureconomics - Canadian perspective
This assignment is designed to help students achieve the following learning
objectives:
Develop an understanding of the Canadian labour marke
Hypothesis Testing, Chapter 9
Classwork
1. According to the local union president, the mean gross income of plumbers is normally
distributed, with mean of $60,000 and a standard deviation of $6000. An
School of English & Liberal Studies
Faculty of Business
Professors Addendum to Subject Outline Degree Programs
Course Title:
LSO 540-Laboureconomics
Year and Semester:
Fall, 2017
Professor: Dr. Alka B
IAF 550
Quantitative Methods for Decision Making
Formulas
Numerical Descriptive techniques
Re lative frequency of a class
Approximat e class width
Frequency of a class
n
Largest data value - Smalles
Introduction
Globalization has always been a controversial subject between the nations, there
are different points of view on this global issue. Globalization has appeared for thousands of
years ago t
Entrepreneurship in Canada
Is entrepreneurship for you: http:/www.canadabusiness.ca/eng/page/2858/
Young Entrepreneur:
http:/www.bdc.ca/en/i_am/young_entrepreneur/Pages/default.aspx
Government funding
Introduction
Clicker Questions
01
The process of statistical inference (drawing conclusions from data)
a. usually leads us to conclusions that go against our intuition.
b. usually avoids the study of
Interpreting Probabilities: Unlikely Events and
Unusual Events
We can consider an event with a small probability (such as 0.05 or less) to be unlikerjr.
But we often need to determine when an event co
Chapter 4: numerical descriptive techniques
1. Measure of central location
Notation:
When referring to the number of observations in a population, we use uppercase letter N,
When referring to the numb
Empirical
Likelihood
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Nonparametric Regression
Badr Missaoui
Nonparametric Regression
Outline
I
Kernel and local polynomial regression.
I
Penalized regression.
Nonparametric Regression
I
We are given n pairs of observation
Part VI: Nonparametric Density Estimation
April 3, 2009
Introduction
Distribution of a continuous r.v. is characterized by a density h; in
applications: unknown
parametric models (normal distribution,
SDASA One-Day Conference
Best Practices in Statistical Consulting
October 16, 2013
Colleen Kelly, Ph.D.
Principal Statistician
What are the attributes of the ideal
consultant?
Condensed from the list
Statistical Consultancy
David J. Hand
Imperial College
and
Winton Capital Management
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Imperial College, London
1
Statistical consulting requires skills and expertise
completely distinct from academic
Introduction to Statistical
Consulting:
Effective Communication
Slides prepared by David
Borgerding
Topics in Statistical Consulting
Introduction to Statistical Consulting.
The Ideal Statistical Consu
Self Referencing and Join
How to use them
Self Referencing- If an attribute of a table refers
to another attribute of the same table
FacSuprSSN refers to the FacSSN - supervisors are
also faculty
VI
Nested Query or Sub Query
When to use Nested Query?
Group by and Aggregate Functions
Group by and Aggregate functions (e.g., max,
min, avg, count, sum) are closely related
Need Aggregate function?
Week 6 Lab
Using the Erwin Software construct a logical data model using the IE notation to fit the following
circumstances. Place all 5 solutions in a single Erwin file for convenience
Draw data mode
Nested Query or Sub Query
When to use Nested Query?
Nested Query or SubQuery
Subqueries must be enclosed within parentheses.
A subquery can have only one column in the
SELECT clause.
An ORDER BY ca