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Dean's 102H Statistics class: Spring 2003
I made up a handout (.ps) to help guide you for the
final. You can get the answers to the Freedman problems from outside
my door. The answers to the MLE questions are: (I did these in my
head--so I'm not positive they are correct. If you disagree, send me
- (n/sum log(x))^2
- Results of the first midterm:
- Oops: question 13 should be d not e on the key
- I'm going with 5 points per question.
- Median = 16. IQR = 15 to 19.
- Mean = 16.5. SD = 3.0
- Sample midterm (solutions)
- Background for the course: Next year 101H and 102H will be
completely rewritten. Next year 101H will cover basic
statistics and 102H will cover regression. So if you have
already had a course in basic statistics (say AP stat) you
would be best served waiting until next year.
But, if you have had a course in probability, then that is the
background I'll be assuming. (For example, 101H covered pure
probability this year.) I won't actually use this background
till later in the semester. So don't judge the course by what
I'll cover in the first few classes. If you don't have a
strong probability background, stop by and talk to me to make
sure you won't end up drowning.
- Data can be gotten from here.
- The schedule for the class
- homeworks are here.
- Grading: two projects, one midterm, and one final. (There will also be a few small homeworks.)
Exams are closed book, with a one page "cheat sheets".
- Contacting me:
- Office hours: 10-11 Monday (Huntsman 472) and by appointment
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Many questions can be answered this way)
- TA: Chua will be the TA for the course. He is responsible for
grading and helping you with understand your projects.
- He will
hold office hours on Thursday from 2:00 - 4:00.
- Stat lab
- 462 JMHH: MTThF open 11 - 5, and Wednesday 10-12, 1-3, 4:10-6:00.
- Stat lab is "collective office hours." This means you
can get help almost anytime.
Last modified: Thu May 1 09:20:31 2003