Statistics 104 - Introduction to Quantitative Methods (Autumn 2004)
Instructor: Mark Irwin
Introduces the key ideas underlying statistical and quantitative reasoning, including fundamentals of probability. Topics may include elements of sample surveys, experimental design and observational studies, descriptive and summary statistics for both measured and counted variables, and statistical inference including estimation and tests of hypotheses as applied to one- and two-sample problems, regression with one or more predictors, correlation, and analysis of variance.
Covers the same topics as 100 and 101 combined, at a slightly higher level. Applications will be drawn from fields such as economics, behavioral and health sciences, policy analysis, and law.
The final exam will be held Wednesday, January 19th at 2:15 in Science Center Hall B. You may bring 3 pages of notes and a calculator.
Wednesday, January 12th, 11:00 - 12:00, Science Center A
TF Office Hours
Tuesday: 2:00 - 4:00 (Hui Jin - SC 600)
Mark Irwin's Office Hours
Tuesday, Jan 11: 2:00 - 4:00