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Fall 2017 Schedule and Textbook Information for STAT 514Q


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STAT 514Q - Texbook(s) for Fall 2017

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STAT 514Q - Schedule information for Fall 2017

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STAT 514Q - Course Outline

  1. Basics: type I and type II errors; powers of a test and sample size

  2. One-Way Anova: assumptions; diagnostics; transformations; tests on means; contrasts; analysis of covariance

  3. Two-Way Anova: fixed vs. Random effects; crossed treatments; expected mean square algorithm; conservative F-test; Tukey procedure

  4. Completely Randomized Design: rationale for randomization; technique of randomization; analysis of mixed models; pooling procedures

  5. Randomized Complete Block Design: rationale for blocking (control); restriction on randomization; blocks fixed vs. Blocks random; how to allocate observations to increase power

  6. Nested Designs: hierarchical; nested factorial; repeated measures designs

  7. Split Plot Designs: whole plots as experimental units; restriction on randomization; split plots as experimental units; whole plot vs. Split plot error; pooling for split plot designs; split-split plot designs

  8. Latin Square and Related Designs: idea of an incomplete design; latin square; graecolatin square; crossover design; switchback design<

  9. 2n Designs: 2n; 2n in complete blocks; 2n in incomplete blocks

  10. 2n-k Designs: fractions; blocking in fractions

  11. 3n Designs: 3n; 3n-p

  12. Response Surfaces: first order designs; second order designs

Last Updated: Oct 10, 2017 11:37 AM

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