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Describing data
Quartile
Variance, S.D. of a Sample
Skewness
Box-whisker plots
Quality of a sampling estimate
Distributions
The Normal Distribution
A Normal Distribution . .
What Does a Normal Distribution Describe?
How Do You Use The Normal Distribution?
Integration
How Do You Get Qand W?
The Standard Normal Distribution
What Does the Binomial Distribution Describe?
The Binomial Distribution
The Shape of the Binomial Distribution
Exercise 3
Poisson distribution
Exercise 4
Exercise 5
Fisher¶s Exact Test
Sampling Distribution
Sampling Distribution of the Mean
Properties of Sample Mean as Estimator of
Population Mean
When the Population is Normal then the Sampling
Distribution is Also Normal
Central Limit Theorem
Large
Enough
When The Population is Not Normal
W=10
Example: t-Distribution
Types of Errors«
Example. Rejection Region«
Example The Big Picture«
Standardized Test Statistic«
p-Value
Right-Tail Testing«
Left-Tail Testing«
Two±Tail Testing«
Summary of One-and Two-Tail Tests«
Effects on of Changing
Error Rates and Power
Factors Affecting Power
Exercises
Recall t distribution
Confidence Intervals
Overview of the t-test
One-sample t-test
One-sample t-test example
One-sample t-test Example
Two-sample t-test
Sampling Distribution of Mean Differences
Example of the Standard Error of the Difference in
Means
Estimating the Standard Error of Mean Differences
Pooled Standard Error
Back to the Two-Sample t
Example of the two-sample t, Empathy by College
Major
Empathy Scores
Empathy
Exercise
The logic of ANOVA
Two Sources of Variability
Variability Between Groups
Variability Within Groups
The FRatio
The FRatio: SS Between
The FRatio: SS Within
The FRatio: SS Total
Nondirectional Test
Degrees of Freedom
After the FTest
Exercise 6: ANOVA
Linear models
Intermezzo: minimum of function
Linear and nonlinear models 1
Linear and nonlinear models 2
Linear and nonlinear models 3
Linear and nonlinear models 4
Significance testing and multiple testing
correction
Bonferroni correction
The False Discovery Rate (FDR) criterion
Does it make sense?
FDR controlling proceures
FDR example
FDR and p-value
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