Schedule and Textbooks Information


Fall 2017 Schedule and Textbook Information for STAT 512

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STAT 512 - Texbook(s) for Fall 2017

CRN Title Author ISBN Version Req/Opt
13433Special Reprint of Applied Linear Statistical Models by Kutner, Neter, Nachtsheim & LiY
14942Special Reprint of Applied Linear Statistical ModelsKutner, Neter, Nachtsheim & Li97811218195735thY
15580Special Reprint of Applied Linear Statistical Models by Kutner, Neter, Nachtsheim & LiY
15584Introduction to the Practice of StatisticsDavid S. Moore97813190133879Y
15926Special Reprint of Applied Linear Statistical ModelsKutner, Neter, Nachtsheim & Li97811218195735thY
59698Special Reprint of Applied Linear Statistical ModelsKutner, Neter, Nachtsheim & Li97811218195735thY


STAT 512 - Schedule information for Fall 2017

CRN Section Instructor Day Time Room
59698001Walid SharabatiTR12:00-1:15pmUNIV 019
14942013Walid SharabatiTR1:30-2:45pmUNIV 019
15584010Faming LiangMWF1:30-2:20pmREC 114
13433008Chuanhai LiuMWF12:30-1:20pmREC 309
15580009Chuanhai LiuMWF11:30am-12:20pmREC 309
15926012Walid SharabatiT3:00-4:15pmUNIV 019
15926012Walid SharabatiR10:30-11:45amSC 179

STAT 512 - Course Outline

  1. Review of basic statistics; introduction to SAS; simple linear regression

  2. Inference in simple linear regression

  3. Assessing a regression model and further inference

  4. Basic multiple regression

  5. Full vs. Reduced model tests, polynomial regression, indicator variables

  6. Selection and assessment of regression models

  7. Further topics: coding data, orthogonal polynomials

  8. One-way analysis of variance

  9. Examination of treatment effects: contrasts and Bonferroni, Scheffe, Tukey and Newman-Keuls procedures for simultaneous inference

  10. Examining ANOVA models, transformations of the dependent variable

  11. Random effects and introduction to two-way models

  12. Examination of treatment effects in two-way models

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