using namespace std;
const char FileName = "c:/test.txt";
int main ()
ifstream inMyStream (FileName); /open my file stream
/create an array to hold the letter counts
Beginning Programming Review 2
Chapter 4: Mathematical Functions, Characters, and Strings
1. How would you use each of the following Math methods?
a. pow - power
b. sqrt square root
c. random (we covered this with chapter 5, but it is discussed in chapter
Beginning Programming Review 3
Chapter 7 One Dimensional Arrays
1. What is an array and how is it used? What is a subscript? What value is used for
the first subscript of an array?
2. Write an instruction to do each of the following.
a. Declare firstList
1. Method question no 9
public static boolean closeEnough(double x, double y, double tolerance) cfw_
if(x >= y - tolerance & x<= y + tolerance)
return x>=y-tolerance & x <= y + tolerance;
2. Method question 11
public static int r
1. cat join or display files: Read one or more files and display them on standard output. Read
standard input if no files are specified or if is specified as one of the files; end input with
EOF. You can use the > operator to combine several
10. One Dimensional Array
for(int n = 0; n < thatList.length; n+)cfw_
thatList[n] = thisList[n];
11.One Dimensional Array
public static boolean inOrder(int  amts)cfw_
for (int n = 0; n < amts.len
Week 1C: Discussion
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Complete two parts for this discussion.
1. A researcher wants to find out if there is a relationship between job-related
training and job satisfaction. List three potential topics in writing that could
Complete four tasks for this discussion.
1. Review the "How to Survive Graduate School" PowerPoint: How to Survive Graduate
2. Share the most important tip that you learned from these slides by writing a post.
3. Ask one question you still ha
Week 1A: Discussion
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Complete three tasks for this discussion.
1. Complete the Canvas Student Orientation at by clicking on the link to the Canvas
Orientation. (Also linked on the course Home page).
2. Share the most import
the third step is to make the figures because in scientific writing
the paper is made by the figures so figures make or break a paper
many people are gonna simply thumb through your ar
Transcript for Data Quality video.
time this is disagree
real examples on the problems that can result from data quality issues
to true story this is how to wrestle
Indiana and the red cross the risk we're is it
way Chicago Street
Transcript for Correlation Coefficient video.
the correlation coefficients this really popular way of summarizing a scatterplot
into one single number between -1 at one and this video I'll show you three find
a free steps to how that's done
Transcript How to write a Scientific Research Paper - Part 3 of 3
hi now we wage
and wait and wait
because it takes a long time for most journals to review articles
eventually you're going to get a letter back saying there are a lot of
Transcript for How to Write a Scientific Research Paper Part 1 of 3
this is a somewhat tongue-in-cheek guide on how to write a research paper
graduate students are rewarded
for writing research papers or professors but I
sounds like ta
Transcript: Correlational Studies
correlational studies tell us about the relationship between different variables
and I can also tell us about the strengthen that relationship
what do I mean by that well when we say that
two things co
Literature, and Wri4ng a
To accompany reading Chapter 1 from:
Tharenou, Phyllis, Donohue, Ross, and Cooper, Brian. 2007. Management Research Methods.
New York: Cambridge University P
Transcript for Causal Design
in reality we can't always conduct experiments
and therefore we rely on causal
comparative studies causing converted
studies or leveraging
the natural variation every scene or environments
SUGGESTIONS FOR SUCCESS!
Write out your goals
Sometimes you need a reminder of why
you decided to go to graduate school!
Manage your time!
Schedule your time to study by making weekly
appointments. You will need to schedule
University College Format and Style Requirements
This document addresses the University College format and style requirements for
writing assignments across the undergraduate and graduate curriculum. In general, assignments
follow the 8th editi
Title Page for an Academic Paper:
Be Sure You Can See the Marks on Your Screen
Course Number: Course Name
Inside Title: Subtitle
First, this document must be saved to your hard drive, so Save As . . . a template
(extension .dot in
Sampling and Data Collection
Selecting a sample
Sample needs to be large enough and representative of the population to
which the study may be applied
Quota sample: choose respondents to match pre-determined categories
Best sample: statist
Reliability and Validity
Data Collection and Quality
What is a good measure?
Practical to use (feasibility)
Same person gets same score (reliabili
Different people get different scores (v
People get scores you
Case Study and Action Research
Case Study Design
-Robert Yin stated an empirical inquiry that investigates a con
temporary phenomenon in depth and within its real-life conte
xt, especially when boundaries betwe
and other designs
(Table adopted from Gliner and Morgan, p.63, 2000)
Exploration of relationships between variables
Week 2 Part 1
The Nuremberg Code
Was prescribed by an international court in 1947 f
or the protection of human subjects:
States that voluntary consent of human subjects
is absolutely essential
Disclosure of risks and benefits of
Named Entity Tagging
and Machine Learning
New York University
What is a Named Entity?
HMM NE tagging
Inferences based on less Information