Comparing Two Binomial Proportions
Population:
1 2
Population p1 p2
Proportion
Sample ml m2
Size
Number of x1 x2
Successes
Sample I n x1 A x2
Pro ortion p1 = _ p2 = —
p m1 m2
p1“P2 “N
A A 1— 1—
{prpv p1( p1)+p2( 192)
100 (1 - a)% C

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Six
Spring 2016
Computer Exercise and Competency Assessment
I. Computer Exercise
OBJECTIVES.
1. To generate data from the normal distribution. To compute confidence intervals from the
generated data. To demonstrate coverage

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Five
Spring 2016
Computer Exercise and Competency Assessment
I. Computer Exercise
OBJECTIVE. To develop analytical skills involving the distribution of a random
variable. To evaluate normality using 1) simple techniques (che

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Session One
I. Computer Exercise
Spring 2016
Objectives: 1) To introduce the SPH computer laboratory; 2) to log into the network; 3)
to save files from the lab; and 4) to start and introduce STATA.
Procedures.
1. Logging ont

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Four
Spring 2016
Computer Exercise and Competency Assessment
I. Computer Exercise
OBJECTIVE. To develop analytical skills involving the normal distribution. Data sets
are to be created and programmed via STATA. Also, the for

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Three
Spring 2016
Computer Exercise and Competency Assessment
I. Computer Exercise
OBJECTIVE. To develop analytical skills involving the ladder of powers. Many
statistical techniques work best when variable distributions are

Biostatistics 100A: Laboratory Two
Spring 2016
Computer Exercise and Competency Assessment
I. Computer Exercise
OBJECTIVE. To develop analytical skills involving distributions and measures of
central tendency and spread. A data set is to be entered into S

- Hawthorne effect
- WHIN (women's health initiative)
(from basic clinical biostatistics online)
- inspected study subjects' work location
history and found cancer patients
previously worked with hydrozene
- found that people in poor areas had poor
lung f

Biostatistics 100-A Lab 1
Learning objectives:
1. How to log onto the School of Public Health network
2. How to save files from lab
3. Introduction to Stata
4. Introduction to MS Excel Data Analysis features
How to log onto the SPH network
The logon windo

Course Title
Introduction to Biostatistics
Course
Number
Credit
Biostatistics 100A
Term
Spring 2016
Meeting Day/
Location
Instructor
Information
MW 4pm 5:50pm, Lakretz 110 (lecture); F
11am- 11:50am Moore 100
Martin L. Lee, PhD, CStat, CSci,
Department of