L24 Math 3200 Elementary to Intermediate Statistics and Data Analysis

An introduction to probability and statistics. Discrete and continuous random variables, mean and variance, hypothesis testing and confidence limits, Bayesian inference, nonparametric methods, Student's t, contingency tables, multifactor analysis of variance, fixed effects, random effects, mixed models, multiple regression, maximum likelihood and logistic regression. Graphing calculator with Z, t, chi-square and F distribution functions (such as the TI-83 series) may be required. Calculus and the SAS software package are both used in an essential way. Prerequisite: Math 233 or permission of the instructor.

Credit 3 units. A&S: NS, QA A&S IQ: NSM, AN Arch: NSM Art: NSM

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