STAT 701 - Modern Applied Statistics I
Taught by SDSU.
This course will build upon STAT 541 and assume students have knowledge of SLR, MLR, ANOVA, and basics of statistical inference. The class will start by covering statistical graphics and the associated modern statistical computing language(s). The next section of the class will focus on non- and semi-parametric methods with a focus on the application and interpretation of the methods. The last section of the class will focus on longitudinal and repeated measure models and conclude with an overview of techniques from meta-analysis and large-scale inference. Prerequisite(s): STAT 541 Statistical Methods II and STAT 700 Statistical Programming.
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