Statistics 200C
HW1 solution
Stat 200C HW 1 Solution
(typeset and submitted by Hao Ho)
Problem 1. (1.2.5) For xed x as n , the probability (1.2.1) satises
Pn (x)
1 x x nx
1 np
npq
= ( )x q n .
x!
x! q
Proof.
To verify this asymptotic equivalent relation,
Statistics 200C
HW2 solution
Stat 200C HW 2 Solution
(typeset and submitted by Hao Ho)
Problem 1. (2.2.11) In the standard two-way random eects model, it is assumed
that
Xij = Ai + Uij (j = 1, ., m; i = 1, ., s)
with the As and U s all independently, norm
Statistics 200C
HW3 solution
Stat 200C HW 3 Solution
(typeset and submitted by Hao Ho)
Problem 1. (6.1.3) If 1 and 2 are expectation functionals, so is 1 2 .
Proof.
Since 1 and 2 are expectation functionals, there exist constants a, b and functions 1 (x1
Statistics 200C
HW4 solution
Stat 200C HW 4 Solution
(typeset and submitted by John Flynn)
Chapter 6
2.3 Were asked to decide if the functional h is continuous and to determine h(Fn ).
(i) h is dened by h(F ) = E |X X | where X, X i.i.d. F .
First continu
Statistics 200C
HW5 solution
Stat 200C HW 5 Solution
(typeset and submitted by John Flynn)
Chapter 6
3.5 Suppose that h1 is a functional with inuence function IFh1 ,F and suppose that k : R
R is a dierentiable function. Were asked to show that the functi
Week 1 Preparation
Stat 20 Summer 2016
June 20, 2016
Please try to get through as much of this as possible before 10:50am on Wednesday. If you can read ahead,
then lecture will be easy for you. There are also Week 1 notes and suggested readings to help yo
Week 1 Handout - Stat 20
Vivian Lew
June 20 & 22, 2016
Outline
This handout will (1) introduce you to the R programming language and RStudio (an integrated development environment): obtaining, installing, and navigating (2) introduction to R Markdown (an