Jan 18, 2022  
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STAT 4287 - Applications of Statistics

(3 credits)
Prerequisites: MATH 1530 , MATH 2050 , STAT 4047 , or permission of instructor.

Applies statistical methods with emphasis on the selection of an appropriate method, the required assumptions, and applications using statistical software. It includes comparison of two groups by parametric, nonparametric, and computer intensive methods. Analysis of variance (ANOVA), multiple regression, tests for two-way tables, odds ratio, and relative risk logistic regression are also studied. This course is recommended for graduate students from other disciplines who wish to apply statistics and to math majors interested in statistical applications and consulting. 

Dual Listed With: STAT 5287.


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