# STAT401 - Applied Methods in Statistics - Fall 2016

*Do not worry about your difficulties in mathematics; I can assure you that mine are
still greater.* -Albert Einstein (1879-1955)

- Syllabus, Textbook, and R download page
- Al's email, Office Phone: 994-5145, Office: Barnard (EPS) 304, Office Hours and Schedule.
- Useful links:
- Montana State University
- Department of Mathematical Sciences
- Registrar:
- Stat Course Catalog
- Final exam schedule for Fall 2016
- Search classes

- Exams:
- 12/13 at 2pm in Wilson 1-144, FINAL EXAM 3 on Chapters 1-6.
- You will be given this formula sheet, a
*z*-table, a*t*-table and a chi-square table. - Go back and practice all of the problems on Fall 2000 Exam 2 (including #26 and 27) and Spring 2001 Exam 2 (including #14, 15, 18). NOTATION warning: these exams use pi instead of p for the population proportion, and p instead of p-hat for the sample proportion.
- Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 3 (ignore: 1-10, 19-25, 39-41, 44); Spring 2001 Exam 3 (ignore: 1-15,
17, 23, 27-29). NOTATION warning: these exams (1) use pi instead of p for the population
proportion, and p instead of p-hat for the sample proportion; (2) use an X
^{2}to denote the chi-square test statistic; (3) use DFTreat, SSTreat and MSTreat instead of DFG, SSG and MSG. - Solutions to Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 3; Spring 2001 Exam 3

- You will be given this formula sheet, a
- 11/10 at 1:40pm, Exam 2 on Chapters 1-6.
- Solutions to Exam 2
- You used this formula sheet.
- Go back and practice Fall 2000 Exam 1 problems 12 and 16; and Spring 2001 Exam 1 problems 1, 7 and 12.
- Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 2 (ignore: 26, 27); Spring 2001 Exam 2 (ignore: 14, 15, 18).
- Solutions to Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 2; Spring 2001 Exam 2

- 10/4 at 1:40pm, Exam 1 on §1.1-2.2.
- Solutions to Exam 1.
- Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 1 (ignore: 9d, 11, 12, 16-19); Spring 2001 Exam 1 (ignore: 1c, 5b, 7, 11, 12, 14b, 15).
- Solutions to Practice Exams: Fall 2000 Exam 1; Spring 2001 Exam 1

- 12/13 at 2pm in Wilson 1-144, FINAL EXAM 3 on Chapters 1-6.
- Projects:
- DUE 12/6 at 1:40pm, Project #8 on Paired t-test and ANOVA, gratitude data. Type library(MASS) in R before you can start using the studres( ) function. Solutions
- DUE 11/29 at 1:40pm, Project #7 on Hypothesis Testing (Chapters 4-6), coffee effects on white blood counts abstract, test of proportion power example (NOTATION warning: the example uses pi instead of p for the population proportion, and p instead of p-hat for the sample proportion). Solutions
- DUE 11/1 at 1:40pm, Project #6 on Estimation (Chapters 4-6). Lead data; Scents and Scentsablity article, bacteria data. Solutions.
- DUE 10/25 at 1:40pm, Project #5 on Sampling Distributions (Chapters 4-6). Solutions
- DUE 10/18 at 1:40pm, Project #4 on Chapters 2-3; Service call data. Solutions
- DUE 9/27 at 1:40pm, Project #3 on §1.6 - 1.7, 2; crime data and jellyfish data. Solutions
- DUE 9/20 at 1:40pm, Project #2 on §1.3 - 1.5, Brown and Garner article, gratitude article. Solutions
- DUE 9/8 at 5pm, Project #1 on §1.1-1.4, jellyfish data, 9/11 Search and rescue dog article. Solutions
- DUE 9/2 at 5pm, Project #0, Getting started with R

- Course Notes:
- 12/4 Chapter 6.3-6.4 on Contingency Table Analyses
- 11/29 Chapter 5.5 on ANOVA, head breadths
- 11/17 Chapters 4-6 on Inference for two samples
- 11/1 Chapters 4-6 on Hypothesis Testing
- 10/20 Chapters 4-6 on Estimation
- 10/13 Chapters 4-6 on Sampling Distributions
- 10/6 Chapter 3 on The Normal Distribution, Timber volumes
- 9/20 Chapter 2 on Probability
- 9/13 §1.6 to 1.7 on Graphical and Numerical Summaries
- 9/1 §1.3 to 1.5 on Sampling and Experimental Design
- 8/30 §1.1 to 1.3: Data, Dairy Data