Lehigh's Math 312
Fall 1997 Math 312 at Lehigh University
This is the home page for Fall 1997 Math 312 ( Applied Statistics )
at Lehigh University.
The textbook is `The Statistical SLEUTH: A Course in Methods
of Data Analysis ', by Ramsey and Schafer. (1997 edition)
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call me at (610) 758-3735).
Instructor: Professor Wei-Min Huang, Department of Mathematics.
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Currently we have covered the following topics:
0. Introduction to statistical methods.
1. Review of basic probability distributions and basic statistical
2. Some standard probabilistic results used in statistics.
3. Introduction to one-sample statististical problems.
4. Normal-model and t-statistic
5. When do we use t-statistic? What are the other options?
6. Tests for normality
7. Introduction to two-sample problems
8. Ten useful models for two-sample problems
9. Two-sample t-statistic
10 Two-sample F-statistic
11. Two-sample Mann-Whitney-Wilcoxon ranksum statistic
12. Two-sample Tukey-Siegel ranksum statistic
13. Exact and approximate sampling distributions of ranksum statistic
14. Kolmogorov-Smornov statistic
15. Anderson-Darling statistic
16. Cramer-von Mises statistic
17. Paired-sample problems
18. Simple linear regression model (with normality)
19. Nonparametric simple linear regression model (rank based)
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