- Tu. Dec. 11, 2 – 3 pm
- Wed. Dec. 12, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
- Fri. Dec. 14, 12:30 – 1:30 pm
- Mon. Dec. 17, 12:30 – 1:30 pm

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First day handout

Assignments

What Is Probability? (Notes for Sept. 7 or 10 class)

Conditional Means and Variances (Notes for Friday, Sept. 14)

Introduction to Smoothing (for Monday, Sept. 17)

Lowess Plus or Minus Standard Deviation (for Wednesday, Sept. 19)

Joint, Conditional, and Marginal Distributions (for Friday, Sept. 21)

Independence, Covariance, and Correlation (Monday, Sept. 24 -- posted in advance)

Bivariate Normal Distributions (Wednesday, Sept. 26 -- posted in advance)

Regression for Bivariate Normal Variables (Wed., Sept. 26 and/or Fri., Sept 28 -- posted in advance)

Probability Plots (Wed. Oct. 3)

Regression Models (Friday, Oct. 5)

Least Squares Regression (Monday, Oct. 8)

Statistical Properties of Least Squares Estimates (Wednesday, Oct. 10 and/or Friday, Oct. 12)

Inference for Simple Ordinary Least Squares Regression (Monday, Oct. 15)

Estimating Conditional Means (Wednesday, Oct. 17 and Friday, Oct. 19)

Prediction Intervals (Friday, Oct. 19 and/or Monday, Oct. 22)

Robustness (Wednesday, Oct. 24)

Submodels (Nested Models) and F-statistics (We probably won't get to these until Friday, Oct. 26, but might start them Wednesday, Oct. 24)

Notation for Multiple Linear Regression (Wednesday, Oct. 31)

Multivariate Distributions (Friday, Nov. 2)

The Multiple Linear Regression Model (Fri. Nov. 2 and/or Mon. Nov. 5)

Inference for Multiple Linear Regression (Mon. Nov. 5)

More on Leverage (Fri. Nov. 9 and/or Mon. Nov. 12)

Testing Full Models Against Submodels (Mon. Nov. 12 and/or Wed. Nov. 14)

Find Normalizing Transformations (Mon. Nov. 12 and/or Wed. Nov. 14)

Using the Finding Normalizing Transformations Feature (Wed. Nov. 14 and/or Fri. Nov. 16)

Selecting Terms (Wed. Nov. 21 and Mon. Nov. 26)

Weighted Least Squares (Wed. Nov. 28 and Fri. Nov. 30)

Diagnostics (Fri. Nov. 30 and Mon. Dec. 3)

Factors and Interactions (Wed. Dec. 5 and Fri. Dec. 7)

Arc website (to download Arc and obtain more information)

Using Arc and Star Office on Math Department computers

Sampling Distribution Demo Click on Basics, then on Distribution of the Mean. (May take a while.) Other demos may be worth exploring.

Another Sampling Distribution Simulation

Confidence Interval Simulation

Animation of changing parameters in a bivariate normal distribution

Rotating bivariate normal distributionshttp://math.usask.ca/~laverty/BivNormal.htmlhttp://math.usask.ca/~laverty/BivNormal.htmlhttp://math.usask.ca/~laverty/BivNormal.htmlhttp://math.usask.ca/~laverty/BivNormal.html

Java applet for bivariate normal distribution plus sample (Often slow to load)

Least squares demo (Might not work with Netscape)

Least
absolute deviation and least squares demo (Doesn't always
work.)

Outlier demo (If your browser goes to http://www.stat.sc.edu/%7Ewest/javahtml/Regression.html, gf try replacing it with http://www.stat.sc.edu/~west/javahtml/Regression.html -- in other words, replacing %7Ewest in the URL with ~west.)