Using Colors
Macromedia Flash
Identify the color of the
box
green
brown
Identify the color of the
box
white
brown
Identify the color of the
box
white
brown
Identify the color of the
box
red
green
Identify the color of the
box
white
blue
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RED
CHAPTER
Introducing Flash
Lesson 3
01
In this lesson you will
learn
Creating a Flash Document
Modifying Document Properties
Saving the Flash Document
Opening a Flash Document
Created in Flash
Animation
Movie
Document
Methods in Creating a Flash
Movie
CHAPTER
Using Colors
Lesson 3
03
In this lesson you will
learn
The Color Swatches Panel
The Paint Bucket Tool
The Gradient Transform Tool
The Color Swatches Panel
Allows you to load, delete, and
modify various color palettes for
each Flash document
Th
CHAPTER
Using Colors
Lesson 2
03
Color Wheel
Represents the primary, secondary,
and tertiary color
Primary Colors
The defining
colors in the
color wheel
from which all
colors are
derived
Red, Yellow,
Blue
Secondary Colors
Combination
of two
primary
co
CHAPTER
Introducing Flash
Lesson 5
01
In this lesson you will learn
Techniques in Viewing a
Document
Using
Using
Using
Using
the
the
the
the
Edit Bar
Magnification Command
Zoom Tool
Hand Tool
Zooming vs Panning
Zooming
Changing the view magnification
THREE-FACTOR FACTORIAL, SPLITSPLIT
AND STRIP-SPLIT PLOT DESIGNS
EXERCISE 11
Three Factor Factorial
Experiments
Three factors to be tested
A with a levels
B with b levels
C with c levels
Number
abc
of
treatment
combinations:
Number of experimental units
STAT 162 EXERCISE 6
CRD with Subsampling
Recall
CRD with t treatments and r replicates (i.e., equal
replications/treatment):
From a random sample of n = t r experimental
units, r replicates are randomly assigned to each of
the t treatments.
A replication
STAT 162 EXERCISE 3
Assumptions Underlying the Analysis
of Variance
Why conduct the tests on the
assumptions before conducting
ANOVA?
Validity of the analysis may be questionable
if the assumptions are not met.
Appropriate remedial measures can be
done im
EXERCISE 5
GROUP AND TREND COMPARISONS
GROUP COMPARISONS
LINEAR COMPARISON (CONTRAST)
the linear functions of the t population means 1, 2
, t expressed as c 1 1 c 2 2 . c t t is a linear
comparison among t population means if and only if
t
c i c c . c t
EXERCISE 14
ANALYZING REPEATED MEASURES DATA AND CROSSOVER
DESIGNS
REPEATED MEASURES
EXAMPLE
We wish to study the effects of different infant formulas
and time on infant growth. Thirty newborns are assigned
at random to three different infant formulas. (A
LATIN SQUARE DESIGN
(LSD)
With and Without Subsampling
Latin Square Design
Review
CRD : no blocking or grouping of homogeneous
EUs
RCBD : one blocking factor or presence of a
gradient is unidirectional
In LSD, the gradient occurs in two directions such
TWO FACTOR FACTORIAL
EXPERIMENTS AND
DERIVATION OF EXPECTED
MEAN SQUARES
STAT162 | DISCUSSION
Two Factor Factorial
Experiments
Treatment Structure
set
of treatments or
combinations
one-way, two-way, etc.
treatment
Design Structure
grouping of the exper
TWO-FACTOR
FACTORIAL
EXPERIMENTS
IN SPLIT-PLOT AND
STRIP-PLOT DESIGNS
STAT162 | EXERCISE 10
Split-Plot Design
MAIN PLOT
Larger
experimental
unit
Levels of one
factor
are
applied
Each main plot
becomes a block
SUBPLOTS
Smaller
experimental
units
Levels of
RANDOMIZED COMPLETE
BLOCK DESIGN (RCBD)
With and Without Subsampling
RCBD without Subsampling
An experiment was conducted to determine the effectiveness of four
weight-reducing programs. Four overweight individuals from each of
the age brackets were rando
EXERCISE 13
ANALYSIS OF COVARIANCE
ANACOVA
technique which combines the ANOVA
and the regression analysis
regression analysis: removes the
effect of the covariate or concomitant
variable (X) on the response variable
(Y)
ANOVA: determines the effect of the
STAT 162 EXERCISE 1
Review on use of Summation and Dot Notations
in statistical computations
Review of Summation Notation
N
X
i 1
where:
i
i
X 1 X 2 . X N
summation symbol
index
Xi ith summand
1 lower limit
N upper limit
Stat 162 2nd Sem AY 2013-2014
Ex
STAT 162 EXERCISE 4
Pairwise Mean Comparisons
Pairwise Mean Comparison
Compares pairs of treatment means and
tests if they are significantly different at a
prescribed level of significance.
Stat 162 1st Sem AY 2014-2015
Hypothesis Testing
Ho:i j 0 or i j
COMPLETELY
RANDOMIZED DESIGN
STAT162. EXERCISE 2
Completely Randomized Design (CRD)
Simplest experimental design
Treatments are allocated to
experimental units completely at
random
Treatment level is the only
criteria for data classification
Completely
CORRELATION AND REGRESSIO
ANALYSIS
EXERCISE 12
EXAMPLE
A researcher wanted to investigate the relationship between
temperature of water (F), X, and decrease in pulse rate
(beats/minute), Y, of children. He randomly selected 7 children
and obtained the fol
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