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Statistics for

Engineering and the Sciences

Summer 2005
bheavlin@stat.stanford.edu
bill.heavlin@comcast.net

office hours: 9-10am, Sequoia 224


Lectures (before midterm)
Date Topic reading Date Topic reading
21 June Intro, graphics 1.*,2.1-2.2 1 July Data transforms notes
22 Num statistics 2.3-2.8 5 continuous pdfs II 5.7-5.9
23 Probability 3.1-3.6 6 acceptance sample 16.1, 16.9
24 Bayes formula ff 3.7-3.10 7 Lifetime dists 17.*
27 Discrete pdfs 4.* 8 Lifetime estimators notes
28 (“) 4.* 11 Control charts 16.2, notes
29 continuous pdf I 5.1-5.6 12 (“) notes
30 (“) 7.* 13 nonparametrics 15.1-15.4

14 20% Midterm, through 08July


Lectures (after midterm)
Date Topic reading Date Topic reading
15 July item analysis notes 27 July Contingency tables 10.*, notes
18 Estimation… 8.1-8.6 28 Tweaking 6.*
19 “ 8.6-8.11 29 Linear regression 11.*
20 Hypotheses 9.1-9.8 1 Aug R-sq, residuals 11.*, 12.*
21 “ 9.9-9.13 2 DoE I 14.1-14.8
22 Sample sizes 8.12-14.6 3 DoE II: 2^k 14.10
25 Nested ANOVA 14.12 4 DoE III: 2^(k-p) notes
26 Variables CC 16.3 5 (summary)

12 30% Final: through 05 Aug


9:30-11:30am
Grading

20% midterm July 14 mainly essay


30% final August 12 mainly essay
50% homework issued Fri or mainly M&S
Mon, due Fri problems
Homework 1:
• M&S 1.2, 1.3, 1.7, • M&S 2.22, 2.29, 2.37,
1.11, 1.13, 1.15 2.40

• M&S 2.2, • M&S 2.57, also with


• M&S 2.3 data: data on log-base-2
alternative with stem scale.
and leaf

• M&S 2.12: do due: Friday, June 24


multiple graphs and
comment