Jaime Frade 589141124 Sta6206 Homework assignment 1 1. Classify the following variables: (a) The age of each person Quantitative, continuous, ordinal, ratio (b) The type of species of plants Qualitative, nominal, discrete (c) The height of palm trees in S
The Relationship Between
Temperature and the Latitude
and Longitude
and
By:
Angela Couture
Jaime Frade
Rita Argelo
Abstract
Abstract
Question:
Is there a relationship between
temperature and global coordinates? Can latitude
and longitude predict the temp
Angela Couture Jaime Frade Project 1: Cuckoo Egg Lengths Abstract Information from Internet A study by E.B Chance in 1940 called The Truth About the Cuckoo demonstrated that cuckoos return after year to the same territory and lay their eggs in the nests o
Spotted Owl Habitat Experiment
1. The two sample t-test was applied to each of the 7 columns containing data from
random nest sites observations (30 observations) and from mature and old-forests
nest sites (30 observations). Random observations were repre
10/9/2002 2:00:17 PM
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One-way ANOVA: C1 versus C2
Analysis of Variance for C1
Source
DF
SS
MS
C2
3
388.3
129.4
Error
12
316.5
26.4
Total
15
704.7
Level
1
2
3
4
N
4
4
4
4
Pooled StDev =
Mean
74.710
79.145
83.308
70.1
The South Florida Chapter
of the American Statistical Association
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When: Friday, January 31, 2003, 11:30 AM 6 PM
Where: Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL
FEATURED SPEAKER:
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Hierarchical Models for Small Area
Exercise 7.2: Analysis of variance of split plot experiment This experiment was laid out as four blocks of four whole parts for the varieties each split in two for the application of fertilizer.
Strain S23 Manuring Heavy Average New Zealand Heavy Average
Exercise 6.2: Analysis of variance of a factorial design 21 x 41 factorial design 2 factors 1 has 2 levels (two stocks of seed) T and H 1 has 4 levels(four different sowing rates, 1 lb per acre) 1.5(A), 2(B), 2.5(C), 3(D) Factors: Stock Sowing Rate Intera