2.0 Lesson Plan
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1
Summary Statistics
Histograms
The Normal Distribution
Using the Standard Normal Table
2. Summary Statistics
Given a collection of data, one needs to find representations of the data
that facilitate understanding and

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Statistics 111
Homework 3
Due: July 19, 2016
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1. Let X Exponential(1/3).
(a) What is the PDF for X?
(b) What is the CDF for X?
(c) What is the mean of X, i.e. E(X)?
(d) What is the variance of X?
(e) What is the median of X?
(f) Calculate the followi

Statistics 111
Homework 4
Due: July 22, 2016
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1.
(a) Let X Exponential() and suppose we observe X = 4. What is the maximum likelihood estimator
(MLE) for ?
(b) Now suppose we observe five observations from the same Exponential() distribution, with va

Statistics 111
Homework 1
Due: July 8, 2016
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1. Consider flipping a fair coin four times in a row, and recording the sequence of heads (H) and tails (T). For
example, HTTT is one heads followed by three tails, and THHT is a tails, then two heads, and

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The shaded individuals in the pedigree below have an X-linked disorder that causes black teeth
instead of the normal white teeth. Please answer the following questions regarding the pedigree.
Assume that the capital letter

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Title: John Hopkins Scientist Discover Earliest Premalignant Genetic Changes that
Mark
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Date of Publication: September 21, 2015
Source: John Hopkins Medicine
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11.0 Bootstrap Nonparametrics
Answer Questions
1
Some History
How the Bootstrap Works
Example
11.1 Some History
2
A lot of theoretical statistics has focused on developing methods for setting
confidence intervals and testing hypotheses. A key tool for

22.0 Survival Analysis
1
Answer Questions
Failure Rates
Cox Proportional Hazards Model
Reliability of Systems
22.1 Failure Rates
2
The survival function is S(t) = 1 F (t), or the probability that a person or
machine or a business lasts longer than t t

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20.0 More Hypothesis Testing
1
Answer Questions
Type I and Type II Error
Power Calculation
Bayesian Hypothesis Testing
20.1 Type I and Type II Error
In the philosophy of hypothesis testing, the null hypothesis is innocent until
proven guilty. You requ

21.0 Risk Analysis
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1
Risk Definitions
Assessing Probabilities
Examples: PRA
21.1 Definitions of Risk
The risk of an action d is defined to be the expected loss. Formally, a loss
function L(z, d) determines how much one loses (or gains

12.0 Statistical Graphics and RNG
1
Answer Questions
Statistical Graphics
Random Number Generators
12.1 Statistical Graphics
2
John Snow helped to end the 1854 cholera outbreak through use of a
statistical graphic based on a city map of London. The map

Lesson Plan
Class Policies
1
Designed Experiments
Observational Studies
Weighted Averages
0. Class Policies and General Information
Our class website is at www.stat.duke.edu/banks. My office hours are
from 11:00-1:00 on Wednesday, in Old Chem 210A.
2

1. Background and Overview
Data mining tries to find hidden structure in large, high-dimensional datasets.
Interesting structure can arise in regression analysis, discriminant analysis, cluster
analysis, or more exotic situations, such as multidimensional

9.0 Lesson Plan
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1
Confidence Intervals
Interpreting Confidence Intervals
Specific Confidence Intervals
Examples
9.1 Confidence Intervals
A two-sided confidence interval is an interval [L, U ] such that C%
of the time, the parameter o

8.0 Lesson Plan
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1
Distribution of Linear Combinations
Point Estimation
Unbiased Estimators
Minimum Variance Unbiased Estimators
8.1 Linear Combinations
A linear combination of random variables X1 , . . . , Xn is a new random
variable

10.0 Lesson Plan
Answer Questions
1
Robust Estimators
Maximum Likelihood Estimators
Bayesian Estimators
10.1 Robust Estimators
Previously, we claimed to like estimators that are unbiased, have minimum
variance, and/or have minimum mean squared error.

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