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Fall 2020 Schedule and Textbook Information for STAT 512

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STAT 512 - Texbook(s) for Fall 2020

CRN Title Author ISBN Version Req/Opt
13433Applied Linear StatisticalModelsKutner, Nachtsheim, Neter and Li97812590647465thY
14942Applied Linear RegressionSanford Weisberg97811183860884thY
15584Applied Linear StatisticalModelsKutner, Nachtsheim, Neter and Li97812590647465thY
17275Applied Linear StatisticalModelsKutner, Nachtsheim, Neter and Li97812590647465thY
26004Applied Linear StatisticalModelsKutner, Nachtsheim, Neter and Li97812590647465thY
59698Applied Linear RegressionSanford Weisberg97811183860884thY


STAT 512 - Schedule information for Fall 2020

CRN Section Instructor Day Time Room
13433008Tiantian QinMWF11:30am-12:20pmSMTH 118
15584010Tiantian QinMWF12:30-1:20pmSMTH 118
59698001Zhongyuan ChenTR1:30-2:45pmLILY 1105
14942013Zhongyuan ChenTR10:30-11:45amSTEW 130

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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