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LFS252_CHAPTER 9 Testing the Difference Between Two Means, Two Variances, and Two Proportions.pdf
LFS252_CHAPTER 4 Probability and Counting Rules.pdf
LFS252_CHAPTER 8 HYPOTHESIS TESTING V2.pdf
LFS252 Assignment 2_Questions.pdf
Lab Assignment rev1.pdf
LFS252 Lab Assignment 2015W T2.R
LFS252 Assignment 1_Anwers.pdf
LFS252 Assignment 1.pdf
C6-3 The Central Limit Theorem.R
C7-1 and 8-2 Confidence intervals for the Mean When sigma is known and z Test for a Mean.R
C6-1 Normal Distribution.R
C5-3 The Binomail Distribution.R
C7-4 adn 8-5 Confidence Intervals for Variances and Sd and Chisquare test for a variance and sd.R
C7-2 and 8-3 Confidence Intervals for the Mean when sigma is unknown and t test for a mean.R
C6-2 Applications of the Normal Distribtuion.R
C3-2 Measures of Variation.R
C3-4 Exploratory Data Analysis.R
LFS252_CHAPTER 7 Confidence Intervals and Sample sizes V2.pdf
LFS252_CHAPTER 12 Analysis of Variance.pdf
LFS252_CHAPTER 2 Frequency Distributions and Graphs.pdf
LFS 252 Surveys and Samples
LFS252_Quiz3Answers
Quiz #2 Answers.1
LFS 252 Assign 2 Solutions
quantiative exam 1
LFS 252 Stats Presentation
Group Activity 1 LFS 252
LFS 252 Introduction to Normal Distribution
Sum of squares for two way anova.pdf
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Course Overview:
Master of Science (MSc) in Information Science and Cultural Communication
Course highlights:
After this course I can: 1)Apply the field’s foundational theories, principles, values, ethics, and skills to everyday practice. 2)Critique and synthesize research and identify appropriate research methodologies to solve problems in the field. 3)Analyze and engage in the changing cultural, educational, and social roles and responsibilities of librarians/information professionals and the environments they work in within the global society. 4)Identify and evaluate systems and technologies in order to implement improvements and innovations relevant to a particular information context. 5)Identify needs and connect individuals and communities with information that engages and empowers them.
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9-11 hours
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It will give you the chance to apply the field’s foundational theories, principles, values, ethics, and skills to everyday practice.
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