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Fall 2009, taught by Dr. Robert Yonker

This course was an overview of descriptive and inferential statistics and statistical analysis, including normal distributions, z-scores and one-sample z-tests, one- and two-sample t-tests, ANOVA, chi-square tests, correlation, simple linear regression, and multiple linear regression.

Project

The major assignment in this course was a four-part project, which essentially served as two take-home exams; each was to be completed in one week. Parts A and B of this project were due just after halfway through the course (week 9), while parts C and D were due the week before the final exam (week 14).

Parts A and B

  • A description of these parts of the project and the questions that had to be answered in these parts, provided by Dr. Yonker
  • Output from StatCrunch, provided by Dr. Yonker, that was required to be used to answer the questions for Part B
  • My StatCrunch report as submitted for Part A

Parts C and D

  • A description of these parts of the project and the questions that had to be answered in these parts, provided by Dr. Yonker
  • Output from StatCrunch, provided by Dr. Yonker, that was required to be used to answer the questions for Part D
  • My StatCrunch report as submitted for Part C