Spring 2007 - STA 4702/5701 - Practice Final Exam
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1. Principal Components.
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Spring 2007 - STA 4702/5701 - Practice Exam #1
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Please read all problems carefully. The exam is worth a total of 200 points. The
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For each of the data sets described below i
Spring 2007 - STA 4702/5701 - Midterm Make Up Quiz Solutions
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This Make Up Quiz is worth 30 points. The points will be added to your Midterm
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Spring 2007 - STA 4702/5701 - Midterm Exam #1 Solutions
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Please read all problems carefully. The exam is worth a total of 200 points. The
points for each problem are shown to the left. Good luck!
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For each of the data sets describe
STA 4702/5701
Alternate Homework
Due in class by April 23.
Literature Review
You may choose an article from the primary literature that deals with a multivariate technique.
The article can either be a science discipline paper analyzing data, or it can be
Solutions - Homework #4
Comparison of Partial Least Squares and Principal Components
Regression of Chemometric Data
Introduction
The data for this analysis, from Umetrics (1995), come from the eld of drug discovery. New drugs
are developed from chemicals
Solutions - Homework #3
Discriminant Analysis of Fresh Water Fish
Introduction
We are interested in whether simple morphological measurements on sh are adequate to correctly
separate 159 sh caught in Finlands lake Laengelmavesi into correct species catego
Solutions - Homework #2
Protein Consumption
Introduction
Food consumption is of broad interest in the modern world. Patterns of food consumption are
related to issue in overall health, obesity, nutrition, economics and the environment. This analysis
is co
Solutions - Homework #1
Chapter 1
1. Question 6: What are the dierences between statistical and practical signicance? Is one a
prerequisite for the other?
Statistical signicance means that the results are unlikely due to chance alone. Practical signicanc