INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
Geog306 Spring 08 Assigned: Feb 19 Due: Mar 4
Assignment 3
Probability
Cover sheet: Give the value for each variable, the correct p statement you are to find, and the final probability. For questions that involve the normal distribution, draw and
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
Geog306 Spring 08 Assigned: Feb 26 Due: Mar 11 Name:_
Assignment 4 Confidence Intervals and Sample Size
Concentration:_
Coversheet: Write down the numbers of the problem set and answers only. Be certain to write down your name and major (concentra
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
=Geog306, Spring 2008 Due: April 3, 2007
Assignment 5 Significance Tests
Answer Sheet: include your hypotheses, your pvalue, and a properly labeled curve. Make sure to write down your major/concentration. Hint: watch for small sample sizes. 1. Me
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
GEOG306Fall2016
ExamIexamplequestionsanswerkeysDr.NaijunZhou
Question 1.
Order the observations:
21.9, 22.7, 22.9, 23.0, 23.1, 23.8, 23.8,
23.9, 24.0, 24.6
You can use any method to determine the
categories, such as stemleaf, quantile, etc.
If four categ
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
GEOG 306 Fall 2016
Homework 1: Geographic Data and Descriptive Statistics
Instructor: Naijun Zhou
Important Notes
A digital copy (Word) of the completed homework assignment must be turned in on ELMS: Section 0101:
9/21, 11am; Section 0102: 9/19, 1pm, on E
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
Lab Handout
(For lab secti on 0101 on Wed)
LAB 2 PROBABILITY:
 What is the relationship between probability and statistics? (Why learn
about probability?)
What are statistics?
Try to understand sets of data:
Descriptive Statistics: plotting/summarizing
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
MEMO
TO: Professor E. Blumner
FROM: John Hershey
DATE: 2/24/15
SUBJECT: Cyber Security Career Plan
Introduction
These are the years where the decisions you make shape who you will be the rest of your life.
There are so many choices we are forced to make,
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
GEOG 306,
Winter 2014
Descriptive Statistics
Assignment 2
Due date: 01/07/2014 before 6.00PM
Type the answers to each question. Neatly t ype each step so that it is easier to follow your
solution process. Be certain you read the questions carefully; may h
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
Lab 4 : Confidence Intervals and Sample Size Geog306, Spring 2007 Name: Concentrations:
Confidence Interval for Mean 1. A biogeographer weighed a random sample of 30 hedgehogs. She found that the mean weight of the sample was 0.885kg and the standar
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
Geog306, Spring 2008 Due April 18, 2008
Assignment 6 Comparison of Samples
Cover page: Give the name of the test you are doing, the hypotheses, the pvalue, and your conclusion to reject or not reject the null hypothesis. Attach your supporting R w
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Spring 2008
Geog 306, Spring 2008
Lab 6 Problems April 4/April 11/April 17
Solve these problems twice. First, calculate the following using R (or by hand), but do not use any of the ".test" commands. Then, solve the following problems using the appropriate tes
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR THE GEOGRAPHIC ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
GEOG 306

Winter 2014
GEOG 306 Fall 2016
Homework 2: Probability
Instructor: Naijun Zhou
John Hershey
Important Notes
A digital copy (Word) of the completed homework assignment must be turned in on ELMS: Section
0101: 11am, 10/5; Section 0102: 1pm, 10/3.
For questions of calcu