Here is a link back to the course syllabus/policy page.
This schedule is will be changing very frequently, please check it at least every class day, and before starting work on any assignment (in case the content of the assignment has changed).
In the following all reading assignments, sections, and page numbers refer to the required course textbook, The Basic Practice of Statistics, 7th ed., by Moore, Notz, and Fligner, unless otherwise specified.
If you see the symbol below, it means that class was videoed and you can get a link by e-mailing me. Note that if you know ahead of time that you will miss a class, you should tell me and I will be sure to video that day for you.
When there is a reading assignment, please read the named section(s) before that day.
Homework for a particular day is due that day, either in class or handed in at my office by 3pm.
If you are looking for a good source of possible statistics in the wild to analyze on an ASE, you could try:
This ASE should please talk about something being "Normally distributed" (or even "bell-shaped curve," as long as there then is a lot of numerical detail which uses this Normal distribution) or should have a scatterplot and/or mention correlation coefficient.
[This ASE may be handed in on Friday, if you prefer ‐ but it is probably a good idea at least to get started now, since there is also a homework set due on Friday.]
Please also hand in any unused Homework Late Passes you have left, for course extra credit.
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